tastes differ

tastes differ

Preferences, inclinations, and desires can vary widely between different people. It's true that tastes differ, but I've yet to meet someone who genuinely dislikes this movie and its sequel. A: "It just really aggravates me that Tom thinks the book is stupid." B: "Tastes differ, John. Just let it go."
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Tastes differ.

Prov. Different people like different things. Fred: Bill always goes out with such stupid girls. I can't understand why. Alan: Tastes differ.
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References in classic literature ?
'Well, tastes differ - but I like pale or dark,' replied she.
"Tastes differ," murmured the dragonette, slowly drooping its scaley eyelids over its yellow eyes, until they looked like half-moons.
Tastes differ, you know," replied the Shaggy Man, yawning again.
But it seemed to be troubling the poor fellow with the studs a great deal, so, realizing that tastes differ and that there is no accounting for them, he looked at him commiseratingly.
Hannah used to say, "I'd know which each of them gardings belonged to, ef I see 'em in Chiny," and so she might, for the girls' tastes differed as much as their characters.
The tastes differ by temperature and form of the banana.
Visual tastes differ wildly, and just turning on the radio shows not everyone shares your taste in sound.
But calendar tastes differ -- they are not a religious memento for all.
Although tastes differ from country to country, football remains the world's most popular sport and a leading generator of licensed sales.
Cultural commentators suggest that ordinary consumers' tastes differ from the criteria for excellence used by professional critics in providing expert judgments.
Tastes differ but they seem to be in reasonable starting places for a novice-the drum kit spots could be handy, I imagine.
Radio apps are quite popular among users, and since music tastes differ, this app is for those who would like to have the latest music on the go," said Dragan Jankovic, Nimaxy's CEO.
But while tastes differ, the internet unites many categories of film-lover, a European Commission study, published on 6 February, has shown.
Tastes differ, of course, but the power of the artform remains unquestionable.
They want individuals who share their tastes to be treated well by others, but want those whose tastes differ from their own to be treated badly, the study of 200 nine- and 14-month-old infants found.