After seeing that tantalizing picture, French fries (chips), loaded with enough salt to make a physician pale...

My father never talked to me about sex, but gave me an old medical book that supplied correct technical information, and had black-and-white pictures in it of unattractive naked people with horrible diseases and genetic syndromes. That scared me away from sex for some time...

Liver, plopped on a plate by my mother when I was a child and told that I would eat it before I got anything else. After delays, gagging, and tears I'd be offered something else in disgust, but was beyond any desire to eat by then...

My mother never put up a tree until about the end of the second week of December, and as a kid I was more than ready by then...

Apparently, my tradition involves prolonged meetings with relatives you can't stand in close quarters...

I have a cat that will leave the room when my SO plays country music. The same animal doesn't protest when I play ambient or electronic music...

No, and most people are starved for a little appreciation. As Mark Twain wrote, he could live for a month on one good compliment...

I had a wonderful Chinese friend in school who hated Asian food...

Old things can provide a window on the past, whether for entertainment or understanding...

A squirrel; I already have nuts in my family...

Personally, I tolerate heat better than cold, while some are quite the opposite. Air conditioned environments were not the norm in my pre-adult life, so I'm quite able to slip into that adaptation mode. Misery for me kicks in when I've layered on all the clothes I can, but still can't get comfortably warm...and side effects of the meds I'm on contribute to the coldness effect...

Flying cars. I've been waiting for one since I first saw "The Jetsons."

Afternoon naps for me are a deeper, less interrupted sleep than normal evening slumber. It's good sweet stuff!

If I can get what I want about 80% of the time, I figure I'm doing rather well...

Too much harsh white background, hitting me in the eyeballs...