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do you know anyone who doesn't listen to music? or dislike it entirely?
Posted 10/8/14
I, too, doubt the validity of one who never listens ever, but someone who doesn't often, okies.
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Posted 10/8/14 , edited 10/8/14
I know a guy who said he just doesn't care about music at all. He only said it himself though but I'm pretty sure he wasn't lying.
Posted 10/23/14
Yes, my sister.. I don't even know how she goes through life without music.
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Posted 10/23/14
I don't think I've met anyone who actually dislikes music.

I just can't imagine that, with the wide variety of music in existence today, someone wouldn't be able to find at least one song to like.
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Posted 1/23/15
I once knew a coworker with dysmelodia (tone deafness) who sometimes became annoyed with music playing in the background because it was just "noise" to him. He never deliberately listened to music, although he was sometimes curious about the lyrics.

If anyone is familiar with the movie A Knight's Tale, the character Count Adhemar was tone deaf, which explained one of the reasons why he became so upset at the banquet and tried to start a riot. Note that you have to watch the deleted scenes and listen to the director's commentary for this background information.
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Posted 1/25/15
Well i know I can't go a couple of hours without music, but I don't really know anybody who doesn't like music.
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Posted 3/12/15
yea, i have a friend who doesnt like music
Posted 3/12/15
I had a period in my life that I didn't listen to music, since I listened to it every day for like a year for hours on end jusy got to be too much noise for me.
Posted 3/12/15
No I don't know anybody that dislikes it all together. I know for a fact that many of my friends dislike certain songs due to them being overplayed though.
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Posted 3/12/15
In my teenage years I couldn't stand any of the music around me. The only time I would ever "listen" to music would be when a shop had it blaring over the speakers or my brother had his amp turned up too loud. I think my dislike stemmed from an oversensitivity to noise and a reaction to my brother's obsession with music.

It was only in my late teens and 20s that I encountered some New Age and Japanese music which didn't grate on my nerves. Now I usually listen to some form of music for an hour or so a day. I still can't stand any western music though.
Posted 3/12/15
While i couldn't live without music, I'm sure its entirely possible to not listen to music depending on the situation.
Posted 3/12/15
No, not really. I don't think I've met anyone like that, and while I've been burnt out on a genre or group before, but that was temporary and wasn't all music.
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Posted 3/13/15
Music is alright, but I only listen to it when I'm working out. I feel like I grew up in the wrong generation of music, too. I'd say I'm impartial, I could live without it. But I wouldn't go as far as saying I don't like it. That would mean I'd rather not listen to it in most situations. Sometimes I feel like music just so it fills the silence, which it does perfectly.
Posted 3/13/15
Yes, we didn't maintain our friendship for very long.
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Posted 3/14/15
I met a person once who said they hated listening to music. At first I didn't believe him, but apparently he only listened to music when it was accompanying a film or emphasizing a story. I should be more understanding, but I can't help thinking that he'd just never found a style/genre that he liked.
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