There are certain things that I wish I liked. I mean, I really want to like them and I keep trying but it just doesn't happen. In no particular order:
Yoga - granted, I've only been to an official class twice, but I was horrible at it both times. I've actually got pretty good balance, but you wouldn't have known it as I staggered and swayed through the moves.
Sweet potatoes - the answer to your question is YES. I know how good they are for you and I want to be the type of person that eats them every day. And YES - I have tried them baked, I have tried them broiled. I have tried them sweet and I have tried them savory. I have tried them as fries, chips, mashed and at Thanksgiving. I think it must be something to do with the texture.
Foie gras - I guess I don't really care if I like Foie gras, but it is certainly difficult to be fancy if I don't. Guess I'm destined not to be fancy, because again.... the texture of this delicacy leaves much to the imagination for me.
Touchscreens - one of these days iPhones will be cheap, and at that point I will get one. But for now, YES - I really do prefer the keyboard of my blackberry. I also prefer the fact that I got the brand new one for one cent. As in one penny. (Go to Amazon wireless and you can get a .01 phone too!)
I try to type on the touch screen keypad just so I can practice, and I don't like it. I think it says in the Constitution that I don't have to like touchscreens if I don't want to. (Now the iPad I can dig. It is a little bigger so it isn't quite as frustrating. I will get one of those one of these days.)
Pleather purses - Just so you don't think I am all "holier than thou" because I don't like liver or iPhones, I will admit that I am ruined when it comes to purses. I've just reached a point in my life where I don't want to carry a purse if it isn't leather.
Going to the gym - I don't really like to exercise. I tolerate it because it is necessary. I have been going daily since our return from New Orleans due to the excessive amount of food I inhaled, but I'm always just trying to get through the workout. This also applies to running. I think I would be an excellent runner, as I don't really mind it when I actually do it. It is just the whole business of having to get up and go run that I dislike.
You - ha! Just kidding. Of course I like you. I just didn't want to end this entry by admitting that I would prefer to be a couch potato than a gym rat.