You like the taste of something that your friend thinks is one of the worst tastes that they have ever tasted? First things first, *taste buds*, the small bumps on the tongue, are the most important part in the tasting process. The buds do not taste the exact taste, they only taste 4 categories: sweet, sour, bitter, and savoury. This means that if you ate a piece of chocolate, your taste buds alone don’t taste the chocolate, they only know if it’s sweet or bitter. The thing that does taste the actual chocolate is your nose. Since lots of tongue diagrams are false, this article is here to inform you that your taste buds are all over your tongue, mouth, and throat. Going even further, if you didn’t like a food, let’s say carrots, but you are exposed or made to eat them, you might be surprised that you start to love them.