This Japanese proverb acknowledges the reality that people have different tastes. Also used to warn people not to judge others by one’s own taste. Tade is smartweed, a bitter tasting plant. Yet some insects prefer it.
(Style: spoken/casual/A=male, B=female)
A: Aitsu naze anna ii okusan to wakarete, mata henna onna to saikon shita n daroo.
B: Datte “tade kuu mushi mo sukizuki” te you deshoo.
A: Why did he divorce such a good woman and remarry such a weirdo?
B: Oh well, you know, there’s no accounting for tastes.