There are some things in life I'm 100% staunchly against. I will always be against these things and no amount of negotiation or bribery could get me to change my mind. Some of those things include eating seafood/veal/lamb, fringe, comicbook lore, cucumbers, uggs and sushi.
However, there are some things that I was mildly against from the beginning that I've come around to really enjoying.
Brussels Sprouts Until I double checked it, I never knew that brussels sprouts is supposed to have the extra "s" on the end of brussels. There's a little knowledge nugget for you. :) But I always thought they were gross and then I had them at a restaurant here in Charlotte and began to love them. Why are they so stinky yet delicious?!
Harry Potter Even though some of my best friends 100% in camp Harry Potter and I just never got into it. I haven't read the books but I love the movies. They are really, really good.
Leggings I love, LOVE yoga pants but never got into wearing leggings that much except for working out. Now that I own some LulaRoe leggings, it has created quite the leggings monster. My only issue is I have to replace mine (non LulaRoe ones) every season or so since they get holes quickly. Boo.
The Great Outdoors Never having been much of an outdoors person and not really being into outdoor sports, I relegated myself indoors and took up indoor hobbies like reading, tv watching, crafts, etc. However, in the last few years I've become very much an outdoor person and have done all sorts of outdoor activities like hiking, camping, canoeing and nature photography. Now, I crave time outside...even sometimes to my detriment. (This being especially relevant now since my fall allergies are the pits and even more aggravated by the lack of rain we've had.)
Hummus I also thought the very concept of hummus was quite disgusting. Ground up chickpeas? No thank you. Well, that was certainly the case until I had hummus at said brussels sprouts restaurant. Now, I can't get enough of it and CRAVE it.
Is there anything that you've "come around" on? I'd love to hear about it!