This week Moma Rock chose the topic: Tell us about something you really love that others can't relate to.
First, read what everyone else had to share on this topic:
A while back, I wrote about things other people like that I don't like. So it's interesting to turn the topic around. Especially since I'm so mainstream and like most of the same things other people do. Reading? Check. The Mindy Project? Check. Broadway musicals? Check. Ice cream? Check. The list goes on and on...
There are some things that I know I'm in the minority for liking though. Maybe not universally, but at least in my little world. :)
I'm sure I've mentioned this many times before, but I'm still as addicted as ever to Special K Vanilla Almond. I eat it every single day for breakfast. When the stores have it on sale, I stock up like it's going out of style. My husband used to eat it but he doesn't anymore. Maybe he became satiated? I can't start my day without a bowl of Special K. My quirk is that I don't put milk in it. I eat it dry with a cup of hot tea or orange juice. The only time I don't eat it is the week of Pesach. I wish they'd invent Kosher for Passover Special K Vanilla Almond. Then I'd be all set. Of course, that week of just makes me appreciate it even more.
|I'm not obsessed or anything...|
Next is country music. I know there are a lot of people in the world who love country music, but very few whom I know personally. I'm hard pressed to find someone to attend a Band Perry, Luke Bryan, or Lady Antebellum concert locally. I started liking country music during my senior year of college. After I graduated, I'd buy CDs of my favorite country artists and even went to a Dixie Chicks concert. I still prefer the country station to all other radio stations, no matter how many songs are about girls wearing jeans and riding in a truck.
I have very few friends who have both heard of and love the movies Moving Violations and Sing. I still love both movies so much for their comedic factor or their feel-good factor respectively. If you know me well enough, you know that I can't shut up about these movies. My husband has seen both, but he doesn't appreciate them the way I do. So having people to talk about either or both movie(s) is few and far between. Here are the trailers for both. If you're able to get your hands on either movie and watch them, I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Tell me about something YOU love that others don't appreciate.