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It's an acquired taste: Sometimes, that's just a fancy and/or nice way of saying that it's hard to like something, amirite?

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And that you should not be afraid to try it.

VicZincs avatar VicZinc Yeah You Are +1Reply
@VicZinc And that you should not be afraid to try it.

well when someone calls something that
it just makes me want to try it out

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VicZincs avatar VicZinc Yeah You Are +1Reply
@VicZinc Indeed. I have acquired many tastes or the years.

I think I have a couple

but the smell of smoke
it's just a no no

fuzalas avatar fuzala Yeah You Are 0Reply

I acquired that one early. My maternal grandfather smoked cigarettes, cigars and pipes. To me the smell of smoke is ameliorative of my mood.

VicZincs avatar VicZinc Yeah You Are 0Reply
@VicZinc I acquired that one early. My maternal grandfather smoked cigarettes, cigars and pipes. To me the smell of smoke...

I think the idea of ruining my lungs is what stops me from acquiring that taste

like picturing them like this when I inhale that nasty second hand smoke
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fuzalas avatar fuzala Yeah You Are 0Reply

Last year my friend and her mom had me try wine. I'm still scarred by the experience.

ItsATraps avatar ItsATrap Yeah You Are 0Reply

It is not hard to like everything.
There are things that we naturally like (ex: sugar or sex) or dislike (ex: anything gross). There is a reason to that.

But I think most tastes (especially for anything more elaborate) are acquired. You can like virtually anything if you associate it with a good feeling, the inverse being also true.

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