Give It Another Try

First impressions are important, but they only go so deep.  You can’t really know if you’ll like a person just by talking to them one time; you think you can, but in reality, you just can’t.  You need to talk to them a second time at least.

The same goes with food, movies, music, etc.

I have only come to realize this fact in a few different scenarios in my life.  A few being with food for sure, although that can be explained by the fact that I’m older and have a better taste for foods I didn’t like as a child, including broccoli, green beans, cucumbers… most vegetables actually.

Except celery, I still hate that.

onesheetHowever, a more recent example that isn’t food is a movie.  I’m sure most of you have heard of and/or seen Mr. Deeds.  I didn’t see this movie until about a year or two ago and to be honest, I wasn’t all that impressed with it.  Before you all get your pitchforks out though, let me continue.  A few months ago I saw it on TV and since I was too lazy to change the channel (I might have been sick) I watched it again… and I liked it.  Since then I think I’ve seen it another 2-3 times, not that that’s a lot of times compared to the number of times I’ve seen other movies, but you get my point.

It’s like the saying, “you can’t judge a book by it’s cover.”

Well, you can’t really judge a book, or movie, by the first time you read/watch it.  Well, okay, maybe with books you can because of the 50-page rule.  Then again, I’ve also gone back to read a book or two that I gave up on and ended up enjoying it.  So the same applies to people, relationships, food, anything really.

You should really give it a second chance.

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