Have you ever wondered why it is you like some people and can’t stand others? And vice versa, I’m sure. I’m not talking about people you know pretty well and develop an aversion to at some point, for some reason. The answer to that is obvious. I’m talking about people you barely know, or even those you’ve never met– and still, they rub you the wrong way.
You know, dislike on first sight. Or even without sight. Just plain dislike.
Do they send off some sort of scent that’s off-putting? Or pheromones? Really bad vibes? Do they have an aura about them?
Logically it makes no sense. How can you not like someone you don’t know? And yet
it happens, at least to me.
Take Margaret Wente, for example. She’s an OpEd columnist for the Toronto Globe Continue reading