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LutheranChik
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Dare to deviate from the norm when it comes to, say, " Game of Thrones," bologna sandwiches or current fashions? Here ( shamelessly stolen from a Facebook friend) is your opportunity to say what you really feel about...whatever. No judging.

I will begin. Confession: Not a fan of tattoos, even good ones. There -- I said it and I'm glad.

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I don’t like strawberries [Eek!]

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This will get me called to Hell. I'm a supporter of foxhunting.

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I am a fan of tattoos, my sensitive skin is not, so sadly no ink [Frown]

The same with peaches, even walking past them ripening in a bowl has me feeling unwell. Eating them hidden in other food has me being unwell. Similar fruit, Nectarines Apricots etc have a lesser effect.

I have never watched an episode of Game of Thrones, and have no desire to do so. The same applies to Harry Potter books and films. I do not feel in any way deprived by this.

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balaam

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Cats make better pets than dogs.

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As someone who learned very little in middle school(almost nothing in math, only a bit in science, and what I got from social studies and language arts I likely would have picked up outside the classroom anyway), I question the need for compulsory education above the elementary level.

I think students who don't want to make the effort shouldn't be compelled or even encouraged to do so, and would be better off leaving school and entering the workforce or job training. By all means, they should have the option of returning to school later on when they might have more of an inclination to do so. (I actually have a friend who went this route, and ended up a university professor.)

So yes, I am favour of child-labour, and think that the value of teachers to society is somewhat over-rated.

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balaam

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quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
This will get me called to Hell. I'm a supporter of foxhunting.

The problem with foxhunting is that it is too inefficient to eradicate the vermin.

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quote:
Originally posted by balaam:

I have never watched an episode of Game of Thrones, and have no desire to do so. The same applies to Harry Potter books and films. I do not feel in any way deprived by this.

I've only watched the first Harry Potter film(directed by schlockmeister Chris Columbus), and thought it was awash in Hollywood anglophile stereotypes about the British public-school system. I was actually kind of surprised more British people weren't offended by it. But what do I know, I guess.

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I think car alarms should be illegal. Very few car break-ins constitute a threat to anyone's physical safety, and thus the benefit provided by car alarms do not justify the annoyance caused by false alarms(or even those provoked by genuine break-ins).

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I preferred Furley to the Ropers, and my favorite blonde roommate was Terri.

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quote:
Originally posted by Boogie:
I don’t like strawberries [Eek!]

I agree with you there.

Also: Bruce Springsteen is overrated.

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The Beatles were radical in their time, but in terms of music, they are quite average. There is no need to listen to them today, there are far better groups.

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I don't like football.compared to Rugby Union, it's boring.
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Christians who equate being a good conservative with being a good Christian drive me bonkers.

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no prophet's flag is set so...

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I think Dr Who is annoying, that gin is overrated, winter is better than summer, and that God should only be thanked in moderation.
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I hate rugby. Passionately.

Huia

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quote:
Originally posted by Lyda*Rose:
Christians who equate being a good conservative with being a good Christian drive me bonkers.

I thought that would be a fairly popular opinion on the Ship. What might be less popular would be confessing that you quite like listening to Joel Osteen.

N.b. I don't.

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I don't care for tattoos, either, and I watched two episodes of "Game of Thrones" and decided it wasn't something on which I needed to spend any more time.

Cats are better pets than dogs, at least for non-outdoorsy types and introverts.

I love good wine; thus, I cannot understand why Cabernet and Chardonnay are the inevitable default offerings, at least in the United States. Most of them are plonk.

And why does just about everything cooked have to have black pepper? Can't people who eat it just add it on their own?

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Sweet sherry is delicious and Bob Dylan can't sing.

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Fakey-fakey, completely artificial boxed whipped topping mix -- the stuff housewives loved in the Sixties -- is better than actual whipped cream.

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Dry sherry is better, Tree Bee, but you're correct about Bob Dylan, who couldn't carry a tune in a bucket, not even to save his immortal soul. How can anyone figure out his tunes just from listening to him, ah, vocalize?

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The Doors are grossly overrated, and not in the least psychedelic.

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quote:
Originally posted by Boogie:
I don’t like strawberries [Eek!]

I hate the texture of raw ones, on their own. But I love the flavor. Especially in smoothies. Yum!

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quote:
Originally posted by Tree Bee:
...Bob Dylan can't sing.

He's a hell of a lyricist, though...

Game of Thrones left me cold, I've never managed to sit through a single Star Wars film, and I totally fail to discern what it is that other women see in Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, or Leonardo DiCaprio, as actors or lookers.

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quote:
Originally posted by Huia:
I hate rugby. Passionately.

Huia

[Biased] I hate netball. Also passionately. [Biased]

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quote:
Originally posted by anoesis:
... I totally fail to discern what it is that other women see in Johnny Depp ...

So do I - in fact, I find him more than a tad creepy.

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The proper name of the game is soccer, which is a type of football. Other types include rugby union (still the game they play in heaven), rugby league, American, Aust Rules and probably many others.

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I am an anti-soaper.

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quote:
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I am an anti-soaper.

???

Not knowing what a soaper is, I can't work out if I'm offended or not.
[Biased]

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quote:
Originally posted by Stetson:
quote:
Originally posted by balaam:

I have never watched an episode of Game of Thrones, and have no desire to do so. The same applies to Harry Potter books and films. I do not feel in any way deprived by this.

I've only watched the first Harry Potter film(directed by schlockmeister Chris Columbus), and thought it was awash in Hollywood anglophile stereotypes about the British public-school system. I was actually kind of surprised more British people weren't offended by it. But what do I know, I guess.
Having being to a traditional British boarding school, I would say that would be because it's only a mildly fantastical version of the truth.

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I hate Country & Western music.

Not keen on Line Dancing, either.

[ 11. October 2017, 08:04: Message edited by: Baptist Trainfan ]

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The Handmaid's Tale is not Margaret Atwood's best book.
It is, however, better than Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go (which is merely alright).

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The classics of English literature leave me cold. Austen, Hardy, Dickens, whatever, all equally meh.
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Even before I was a vegetarian I thought Bacon very overrated.
I dislike dogs.
I have no problem with cultures that eat animals that we would consider domestic pets, as long as they are cared for and killed humanely.
I do not like 'Rick and Morty', I have watched it and I do 'get' it but do not like it.
I hate football/soccer.
I hate most country and western music.
I do not find George Clooney & Brad Pitt attractive.
I was not a fan of Lady Diana

[ 11. October 2017, 11:47: Message edited by: Kitten ]

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quote:
Originally posted by Kittyville:
The classics of English literature leave me cold. Austen, Hardy, Dickens, whatever, all equally meh.

You're not alone in that - but more honest than many!
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The best summer spectator sport is polo: fun to watch, you can take all the family (including the dog) and at most grounds you can get in a car and occupants for £10 or less.

Most babies are ugly, fat ones (aka "bonny") especially so.

Most British girls look like hell in the "traditional" white meringue dress: wrong colour, bad shape - but strapless is worse by several miles.

Most modern art leaves me cold.

I thought (think) Sylvia Plath a rubbish poet.

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I like reading Jane Austen's novels, which, I suspect, puts me in an unpopular minority.

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Compared with the present lot of twerps, I think Macmillan was a pretty good Prime Minister.

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quote:
Originally posted by agingjb:
I like reading Jane Austen's novels, which, I suspect, puts me in an unpopular minority.

I'm probably in a smaller one - I like reading Thomas Hardy (helped by not reading them at school).

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I don't like tea (except herbal tea) or coffee. Not keen on alcohol either.
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quote:
Originally posted by Sipech:
quote:
Originally posted by Boogie:
I don’t like strawberries [Eek!]

I agree with you there.

Also: Bruce Springsteen is overrated.

As is Bob Dylan.

I love strawberries, though.

I have been known to walk out of restaurants where persons at my table have ordered shrimp.

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I really like a lot of contemporary Christian music.

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I don't support our troops.
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1.I dislike yoghurt and olive oil even though all the diet books recommend I should eat them.
2.I have never understood the obsession with Princess Diana who I thought was actually rather a silly girl.
3.I loathe rap music and country and western is almost as bad.
4.I hate happy clappy church music and would avoid going to church if that was all that was available.
5.Most pop music seems to have an over heavy drum base and groups seem unable to perform without this cacophany.
6.I am very against surrogacy of babies 'bought' from other countries. Babies are not commodities to be bought and sold.

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I detest strawberries and watermelon, and cannot understand why other adore their insipid tastes. Balsamic tastes like melted-in-the-sun soap. Perversely I enjoy cilantro, in moderation. I love dogs. Cats are ok, in moderation, if kept out of my sight. Television and radio and moving-pictures bore me stiff over the last 25 years or so. Thank goodness for books (made of paper only)

I like people but completely enjoy my privacy. The last is a thing of the past now I am in an "independent" living retirement home where staff feel enabled to burst in on you at any given time of the day, or night.

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Kitten:
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Even before I was a vegetarian I thought Bacon very overrated.
Francis, or Roger? [Biased]

I didn't like the new Wonder Woman film. Bunch of cliches flung together with paper-thin plot. Gal Gadot deserved a much better script.

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I'm convinced that "smart" phones are the instruments of the devil.

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Uncle Pete

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quote:
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I'm convinced that "smart" phones are the instruments of the devil.

Amen, sister.

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Sioni Sais
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quote:
Originally posted by RuthW:
I don't support our troops.

Whereas I do. I don't support most of the things they are asked to do though.

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  • Herman Melville was not talented and badly needed an editor.
  • The LOTR movies were better than the books.
  • Even though I enjoyed reading it, Dune was a political/ecological tract masquerading as a novel.
  • The 17th Amendment was a mistake.
  • Television ruined baseball.

*spelling- I need my own editor.

[ 11. October 2017, 16:59: Message edited by: Prester John ]

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