You May Love These Things, But Grand Junction Doesn’t
We asked you what three things everybody seems to love but you don’t. Surprisingly, y’all don’t like a thing.
I started things off by saying I don’t like hot dogs, guacamole or exercise, then left it up to you to tell me yours. I really wasn’t surprised by most of the responses, however, Facebook user, Geri D., took the cake with this gem.
Here’s a breakdown of the most disliked things in the Grand Valley.
SEAFOOD @ 23%
Coming in at number one, seafood, which is a fairly broad category. I’ll assume most of you are talking about fish in general. Unless you’re like me and allergic to shrimp and the like.
PUMPKIN ANYTHING @ 17%
Y’all aren’t basic, that’s for sure. I’m in agreeance with this, pumpkin anything. Pumpkin pie? Nope. Pumpkin-spiced-low-fat-sugar-free mocha chai latte. Bleck! Pumpkin flavor in general? Vomit.
COFFEE @ 13%
Oh, the horror! How could you not love the nectar of the Gods — coffee. Apparently, most of you are better at waking up than the rest of us. Excuse me while I get some go-go juice.
AVOCADO @ 10%
Hallelujah! Whoever looked at this drab-looking pear, peeled it and thought it looks delicious must have been starving. They’re booger green. They have a strange-squishy textured. No flavor. Just gross.
(TIE) GAME OF THRONES @ 7%
I’ll have to admit, I fell into this group for a long time. After binge watching for hours, I kept thinking, “why does anyone like this?” So, I kept watching, waiting for something to happen, when all of a sudden, I’m hooked. I get it though, it’s a tough show to get into.
(TIE) CANDY CORN @ 7%
What’s not to like about these orange-yellow-white sugar and corn syrup candies? Besides the lack of any real flavor and that disgusting feeling, they leave in your mouth.
(TIE) PIZZA @ 7%
I can totally see this. I’m not the biggest fan of pizza, which makes me very choosy of where I get my pie. I can say this, Detroit has the best pizza in the world.
(TIE) PEEPS @ 7%
Easter Baskets everywhere are crying.
(I can’t math well, so these percentages are subjective.)