I like dill pickles with chocolate sauce. I've even put pickle slices into a dish of chocolate ice cream.
Most people also think it's strange that I prefer to travel alone. I like meeting up with people when I travel, or meeting people at my destination, but I prefer to actually get to my destination by myself.
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Mine aren't terribly weird, but people still seem to think they are quite strange.
-I like fries WITHOUT ketchup. It ruins the taste.
-I thoroughly enjoy the taste of Red Bull. If there was just a normal Red Bull soda that tasted the same but wasn't an energy drink, I'd drink it all the time. And that's saying a lot 'cause I'm not a fan of pop.
-I think Cornflakes is the best cereal ever made.
-I think hockey is the greatest sport to ever grace the planet
-I have a passion/obsession with Indycar racing and the Indy 500 that rivals that of, yes, even roller coasters. (The previous statement may seem to contradict this one, but I kind of place the two in seperate categories seeing how auto racing isn't exactly a "normal" or "traditional" sport)
I love the Life Aquatic, but my girlfriend thinks its retarded and quite possibly the worst move ever (that is until I made her watch Kung Pow). My buddies liked it so I guess its not all bad
I also philly cheesesteak subs with deep fried chicken fingers and hot sauce. My family thinks its a really weird but its one of my favorite things to make!
I too like red bull (I drink it for the taste and not the "boost" :shock:) and I somewhat prefer doing road trips alone too. I usually do meet up with someone at a park but with friends that aren't die-hard roadtrippers and a girlfriend who gets pooped out after two days, doing a 4 park trip was tough on the emotions. From now on it will probably just be destination type parks for a couple of days or roadtripping alone (which I will probably do next year when I tour the Kentucky-Indiana-Lake Michigan area)
-I thoroughly enjoy the taste of Red Bull. If there was just a normal Red Bull soda that tasted the same but wasn't an energy drink, I'd drink it all the time.
Dude, I'm so with you. However, I might be a tad stranger because I am absolutely in love with Sugar Free Red Bull! The first time I tried it, I literally spit it on the ground; but my friend convinced me to try it again. This time it was sort of intriguing. So, I kept drinking it. I love it, but I don't drink it anymore because it's so expensive, and I was drinking 8 per day (at the highest point) and I thought I was gonna have a heart attack.
I wish they made Caffeine Free, Sugar Free Red Bull.
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