07 August 2007

10 things I hate

Cindy tagged me. (No she isn't on my hatelist ... yet...LOL!)


Food I hate...
pasta. I eat it when I have to.

Fruit I hate...
Well, I'm allergic to kernell food.

Veggies I hate...
Don't know how these little cabages are called...

Celebrities/people that I hate...
People who always know everything better and those who feel themselves to be better than others.

Event/Situation/Incident that I hate...
When people force me into doing things.

TV shows/movies that I hate...
The yelling stuff.

Music I hate...
Boring, repeating stuff and out of tune songs.

Household chores that I hate...
Cleaning up the mess after others.

Things that you hate around the world...
Wars and actions created from the thought that the world can be changed by force.

Things that you hate about yourself...
I'm terribly insecure. (Don't tell anyone. LOL!)

Now I'm tagging....

3 comments:

Grandma Flea 8 August 2007 at 11:37  

I think those little cabbages are called brussel sprouts - I hate them cooked, but try them raw, very finely sliced in a mixed salad - yum! And they are very good for you too.

AV Enthusiast 11 August 2007 at 15:29  

Actually brussels sprouts are quite good steamed, with lots of butter, garlic, lemon zest and white pepper.

I really like artichokes with the same treatment as well, but the artichokes benefit from using more water, somewhere in between steaming and boiling. Steaming alone doesn't make the leaves (if that's the correct term) tender enough.

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