Putting down destructive curiosity

"How can you decide what it's like unless you try it?" That's what a friend said to me the first time I went to a restaurant that served sushi. "Actually put it in my mouth?" I asked with a slight squirm. The raw tuna wrapped in rice and seaweed looked, to me, like something more appropriate for a fishhook. That was a few years ago, and since that very day, sushi has been one of my favorite things to eat.

Is this an article designed to convince you to try sushi? You can be glad that it's not. Hopefully, however, it will help keep you from being preoccupied with or trying things that are harmful or destructive.

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