What are some things I won't change my mind about?
1The pronunciation of "Nutella." (It's NOO-tella, guys. Not Nut-tella. For real. As one for whom Nutella is part of daily intake requirements, I should know.)
2Macs. (I don't care how many viruses they don't get. I don't care how sleek they are. I don't care that the little apple glows on the back when you use it. PCs are better. Period.)
3Cucumbers. (Best. Vegetable. Ever. And don't you dare pickle them in that evil vinegar stuff or I will hunt you down. That is a promise.)
4Homework. (It's dumb. It always has been dumb. And it always will be dumb.)
5Boy bands. (They rock. And grown-ups are allowed to like them, too.)
6Fiance. (We've already gone through so stinking much to get where we are today, the only thing that could stop me from marrying him at this point is getting hit by a train. Unless I survived. Then I'd still marry him. Maimed or not.)
7God. (He's there, He listens, He is eternal.)
8Food. (I will always, always, always love it.)
9Sweat pants. (You know how people sometimes ask you who you will want to meet when you get to heaven? Some people say Abraham Lincoln, others say Shakespeare... Well I want to meet the guy who invented sweat pants and personally shake that genius's hand. I owe him everything.)
10The fact that the phrase "a couple of" does not necessarily refer to specifically two of something. (I will fight you on this. If I say, "a couple of days ago," I don't mean Sunday specifically. I mean a random day in the last 2 to 5 days. If I say, "I ate a couple handfuls of M&Ms," I don't mean that I only stuck my hand in that bag twice. I probably stuck it in there three or four times. [Fiance, Morgan, Jake, and all the other people I've argued with about this--I'm talking to you. You'll never change my mind!])
So. What are some things you won't change your mind about?
Head on over to Elisabeth's post, check out her list, and link up!
How do YOU pronounce Nutella?
Do you use a Mac or a PC? (note--I still love Mac-users... I just refuse to mimic your electronic purchasing history. That's all. :)