Saturday is the International Day for Tolerance, a UN observance dedicated to "strengthening tolerance by fostering mutual understanding among cultures and peoples". This is a goal I wholeheartedly support, and I hope my poll on the subject of fragrance-related tolerance will not be taken as making light of a serious topic. This just isn't the place for the discussion of serious topics, hence our handy dandy keep-the-peace comment policy.
1. Name a fragrance or a fragrance note you are slowly learning to tolerate?
2. Name a fragrance you thought you hated, but loved when you smelled it on someone else?
3. Name a fragrance or a fragrance note you will probably never be able to tolerate?
Or, as always, just talk about something else.
Note: top image is Tolerance" - Jaume Plensa @ Sunrise April 2013 [cropped] by JWSherman at flickr; some rights reserved. You can find some great images of the statues lit up at night on Google Image Search or on the artist's website. Not everybody loves them; see Tolerating “Tolerance” at Glasstire.