For example, I’ve been with friends that ordered a favorite dish at a restaurant and asked me to give it a try. Just a bite!
“Delicious, right?” my table companion gushed.
Not really, I concluded after a nibble. If I’m polite, I’ll mumble thanks for the, for me, underwhelming cuisine. My taste buds are different than yours; yours different than mine. It’s the same with all of our senses and sensibilities. Variety, don’t they say, is the spice of life?
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