How adventurous would you say you were? Not very, according to the media:
REVEALED: The things we attempt once – then give up
TRIPE, Little Chef, golf and whiskey have topped a poll of things Brits said they had tried once … but never wanted to again.
The survey revealed that two-thirds of us identified the chewy lining of a cow’s stomach as our most hated one-off food.
Yeast spread Marmite came second in the list of food horrors after being chosen by a quarter of people followed by whisky, liver, gin and cigarettes.
Tripe or Marmite? I’ll never try them again! Foods top list of items we vow never to eat again after having them once
What have whisky, golf and Blackpool got in common? Or Marmite, roller skating and holiday camps?
They are all things Britons have tried once, did not like and have vowed never tried again.
The list ranges from food and drink that left a bad taste in the mouth to a bad experience trying a new activity to somewhere they visited, but hated.
Nearly three in ten adults admitted they have tried tripe once but the taste was so awful they vowed never to do so again, a new study has found.
It appears the majority of us try something once, and never try it again. Who commissioned the ‘research’?
The poll, by search engine Ask Jeeves, also saw one in 10 Brits name Little Chef as the place they had visited before saying: “Once was enough.”
That would be Ask Jeeves – the search engine we’ve all used once, and never again…