Garbage…the smell of garbage – rotted, sour, spoiled food and other refuse – in a home, alley, dump or anywhere else – makes me nauseous.
Underarm deodorant. Ever lick a deodorized armpit? Eeeeeeeewwwwwwwww.
Beets. I had a bad incident when I was younger that involved eating sliced beets that I thought were slices of canned cranberry sauce. I had to run to the bathroom and hurl. I have never been able to stomach the taste or sight or smell of them since; but I’d rather see or smell them than eat them. And I won’t. Ever. So don’t even try.
Hmmm. I like things to BE clean, I just hate the process of having to clean them. If Laundry counts (I’m not actually cleaning our clothes, per se, just moving them from our room to the basement to the washer to the dryer, back upstairs to the room, then into closet and drawers, shelves and onto hangers) then Laundry it is. If it has to be something I actually have to clean myself, I’d say bathtubs and showers. Scrubbing those things kills my knees and back and arms and takes forever and it never looks or feels clean enough to me.
Eggs, over-easy. It’s my favorite way to eat eggs: thin white film over the warm, liquid yolk, but NO clear, uncooked, runny portions (which is why I don’t like sunny side up or poached eggs.) Eggs cooked this way are excellent for dipping toast in. (Toast is one of my top 5 favorite foods.) However, in almost 42 years, I have never mastered the skill of cooking eggs this way. I either break the yolks or overcook them to hardness, both of which completely ruin breakfast for me. I do like scrambled eggs and omelets, but if I’m in the mood for over-easy eggs and toast, my whole meal is ruined when I try to make them and fail.
6. …watch on TV?
Sharks, Violence, Sports, in that order.
I have Galeophobia, so that explains that.
I can’t stand watching people be hurt or harmed in any way, fictional or otherwise. I never understood the attraction to seeing people abused, hurt, maimed, tortured or killed for entertainment.
I hate the sound of sports programs on TV…the white noise of crowds, the whistles and hollering of coaches, umps and refs, the annoying sound of announcer voices, all the sounds that are associated with sports make my ears itch and watching it bores me to tears!
So my worst television show nightmare would be Sharks Boxing!
7. …do for your significant other?
There’s nothing I hate to do for my significant others – being in relationships, for me, means wanting to do things for those I love, even if it’s hard, inconvenient, uncomfortable or a challenge in any way. I know that may sound corny, but I mean it. Anyone can do the easy stuff for people, but it’s those who are willing to go the extra mile, above and beyond, even at their own expense or inconvenience, that show their love through actions, not just words. And I worry that I ask for way more than I offer, anyway, so I enjoy getting a chance to do what I can, when I can to be sure I’m putting in as much as I’m getting out of my relationships. Having said that…I hate having to do anyone else’s laundry other than my own, solely for the fact that it’s twice as much work and takes me twice as long, and for no other reason. But love means doing it anyway 🙂
I have yet to do anything or experience anything that I truly hate, sexually (fornication with women aside – no offense to my lady friends, of course) and I’ve managed to avoid things I suspect I’ll hate, but of all the things I HAVE done and DO do, sexually, I most abhor (and I have to be gentle about how I say this for the puritans who may be reading my blog) tossing a dirty salad…if you can’t wash your vegetables boys, you shouldn’t be serving them to others!
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