What’s something you didn’t want to like but ultimately you did?
By - DrForrester87
My friend and his wife were nuts about the show Leverage. I was at their place once and they asked if I wanted to watch it. I was not interested in the slightest and went into it thinking I was going to probably actively dislike it. By the end of the first episode, I was hooked. I watched the entire first run of the show on dvd.
Probably anime? I had friends who were top-tier Cringe Lords when it came to anime. Turns out, it's fucking great. I just avoid the community.. Not for me.
K pop. Just avoid the fandoms though they are too intense for my taste
I had a similar experience with LOST. I was so late to the party because I watched it like 8 years after it finished. I always thought it was overrated but couldn’t be more wrong
Mac and cheese
Never had it 🥲
Tik Tok. I really said a ton of shit about it when it started getting popular. After downloading it I was hooked
The competitive Fortnite scene. I didn't play like in any big tourneys, nor did I do well in the few I did participate in. But I enjoyed the game more when I knew what to expect. Made the crap show that was Chapter 2 a little more bearable. Although I quit once it dawned on me that they truly never cared about the player base and had gone too far down the cash/skin rabbit hole. And before you berate me for playing Fortnite that late, it had genuinely made me excited and happy in a time in my life where I really wasn't. It helped me into my next step of life, and I'll always remember it fondly for it.
I can’t like it due to its confusing location.
It's Kansas with a healthy serving of Misery.