I do, and I don’t know why.
One is Hanover’s jalapeno pretzle pieces. I wander the aisles at the grocery store and they jump into my cart. Pretzles! Jalapeno! What a combination! And then I get home and remember that the pretzle bits are hard, the “flavoring” is a chemically dust coated an inch thick on each piece, and they are salty beyond belief. I eat one serving and the bag sits on my counter for weeks, 90% full, until I finally throw it away. But damn if I don’t buy another bag a month later.
Another thing is bananas. I like bananas, they taste good and are good for you, but I just don’t seem to find a good time to eat them. I rarely eat cereal for breakfast, so I don’t use them then, and they just don’t seem to have a natural companion for lunch or dinner. Turkey sandwich and banana? No. Salmon or beef and banana? I don’t think so. So they sit, turning to black mush in my kitchen, waiting to be replaced a couple of weeks later with a fresh batch.