Does anybody hate green olives and love dill pickles or love green olives and hate dill pickles, or do the two go hand-in-hand?
By now I like both, but for the longest time olives mad me vomit and I loved pickles. Therefore, the do not necessarily go hand in hand.
Miss me with the olives. Pickles though? Yes, please!
I love olives of all kinds. I always immediately ditch the pickle from burgers because I think they’re awful.
Nope. I like them both.
I like green olives and not that much dill pickles. Love and hate are big words to use with these ones
All olives are repulsive, but I love pickles
Hm, I don't know, it's not me - I neither love nor hate either of them, they are fine
Not a fan of olives but I love pickles. I can just about stomach olives on a pizza but can't eat them on their own. Pickles I could snack on like a packet of crisps.
I’m sure there are people in the world who have a preference to one or the other.
there's always exceptions, i'm really asking about generalities
Pickles are meh unless they're homemade. I don't like green or black olives, klamata olives are good on salads though.
i hate both
I find both things disgusting.
I think green olives can have a big sour or bitter taste alone, I prefer black olives if I had to eat some pickles alongside.
I probably miss understood the question, but I think green olives and pickles can have a repulsive effect, cz sour af, are dill pickles different than regular
most pickles are dill pickles
I've googled the stuff, apparently dill is a flavour, doesn't exist in all pickles, it's a herb, I've never had dill pickles, I'm so fuckin virgin material
Oh sh*t , Chris Martinez will read this differently
the only kinds of pickles i know of are dill, half-sour, bread & butter, and sweet
i just said 'dill' to distinguish from bread & butter and sweet, cuz those are nasty =p
Pickles are great for your immune system, not sure if the sourness can play a role, yet regular pickles with beef are divine
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