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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    then don't eat stop forcing yourself to like. would you force your gay ferret to be straight?
    I sometimes find your thought processes elusive. But this somehow makes perfect sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I sometimes find your thought processes elusive. But this somehow makes perfect sense.
    that's because you accept your gay ferret for how he is, and therefore you just accept your absolute hatred for yogurt for the way it is. duh
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I really want to like yogurt. But every time I eat it, it makes me want to gag.
    What about yoghurt drinks? Can you tolerate them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wixiw View Post
    What about yoghurt drinks? Can you tolerate them?
    Actually, yes. I love yogurt drinks. At my favorite Indian restaurant, they have a mango lassi that's amazing. It's the texture of yogurt which I find vile, not the taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Actually, yes. I love yogurt drinks. At my favorite Indian restaurant, they have a mango lassi that's amazing. It's the texture of yogurt which I find vile, not the taste.
    You're like my dad and his sister; they refuse to eat "slimy food".
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Actually, yes. I love yogurt drinks. At my favorite Indian restaurant, they have a mango lassi that's amazing. It's the texture of yogurt which I find vile, not the taste.
    I'm kind of like this with eggs. I can't eat eggs as eggs, fried, scrambled or whatever. But use eggs to make French toast, and I think "Yum!". I apparently used to like eggs when I was very young, but I think I might have been served too many runny eggs (with a texture of snot), or perhaps the sulfurous content of the yolk just got to me.

    Yogurt, on the other hand, I like, as long as it's sweetened enough (not a lot, but enough so it isn't sour).
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    Quote Originally Posted by uumlau View Post
    I'm kind of like this with eggs. I can't eat eggs as eggs, fried, scrambled or whatever. But use eggs to make French toast, and I think "Yum!".
    ^ I'm like this with celery -- I can only eat it when it's barely recognizable as celery. For example when it's been minced and then cooked into a stew.

    I like yogurt, though. I used to like it a lot more when I was a kid. Nowadays I really only like it as a vehicle for strawberries, blueberries, almonds, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    You're like my dad and his sister; they refuse to eat "slimy food".


    Me! Anything runny or slimy really just automatically makes me squirm. Yogurt, tomatos, eggs, shrimp, clams, all of it. I can do it if it is mixed into something else and the texture is taken away, but not foods I would really choose alone. We have enough options anyways that you really don't have to like particulr things like yogurt thank god.

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    I just eat everything
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