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something likable that you gradually develop aversion to
— Oh, your national anthem is so beautiful! Why don’t you like it?
— Heck, at school we were singing it everyday before classes for years. You know, when something’s been shoved down your throat for such a long time it inevitably becomes an acquired distaste.
— Sorry to hear that! Hope it’ll be a disquired distaste someday!

In her latest interview she disclosed that by her teens physical intimacy had become her acquired distaste due to traumatic childhood marred by domestic abuse.
by skripnigor November 27, 2021
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something that you gradually lose liking for without necessarily cultivating a disgust
I used to love sweet tea when I was a child, but now, I’d say, it’s a disquired taste for me. I mean, it’s ok, but it’s not something I particularly enjoy.
by skripnigor November 27, 2021
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