People who claim to just "not like onions" are a bunch of liars, because there is no way someone could not at least like caramelized onions. In general I think people who have long, long lists of foods that they dislike simply ate some garbage rendition of a food and then never gave it another shot.
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I will never understand the compulsion to finish a game you're not enjoying anymore rather than starting something new that you might enjoy more. If a game keeps me hooked, cool. If not, I stop. Beating a video game is hardly an accomplishment worth striving for.
I don't often go to Gamestop, but when I do I very rarely find the clerk to be especially pushy. Yes, they always ask if you have a rewards card, but of course they do. Every store that has a similar card asks you for it. Its been years since someone asked more than, "Do you have a rewards card, do you want to preorder anything?" My answer is always "No thanks" and that's the end of it. This might just be something about my demeanor, or the location at which I shop, but the clerks are fine. My big problem with them is that they always want to talk to me about what I'm buying. I don't give a fuck what some nerd working at Gamestop thought of my purchase. I just want to get out of that place.
I am by no means a picky person. I will eat almost anything you put in front of me, but I really hate mustard. If it is used as an ingredient in something I can deal, but if it is just squeezed/spread on a sandwich that is a total deal breaker for me.