I don't get why so many get so defensive about their potatoes. Eat them! Enjoy them! Don't yell at me because I eat them less than you do and otherwise advocate a low carb approach for myself.
As much as I like coconut oil (I cook with it, use it for a dip with beef jerky, and occasionally put it in chai tea), I don't know about all the "mix this with coconut oil to make deodorant, use coconut oil as lube/face cream/shampoo/toothpaste/diaper ointment".
I eat 2-3 strips of bacon every day. I can't say that bacon is a wonderful food source, but it's a quick and non-filling (calorically equivalent to a small steak but in a smaller package) calorie dump when I need it. I understand this craze - a food that was labelled "bad" has been upgraded to "meh, you might can do better" on Paleo, so people approach it with semi-carte blanche.
I like bone broths - but don't necessarily feel they are any more a healing food than I am the Dali Lama. Nutritive and mentally calming, yes... wonderfood/superfood, meh.
Not into the megadosing of certain vitamins/minerals. I take a few things here/there (zinc/mag/b6 and cod liver oil), but unless countered with some sort of a deficiency, I don't think I feel it necessary.
And I might get some flack for this, but I really, truely do not understand when people say "I'm eating 1500 calories, and crossfitting 7 days a week, plus weightlifting in the evenings, and I run 17 miles every two days - why am I not losing weight?". Similar posts seem to pop up on PH every freaking day... and every time I read one I can feel the veins pop out on my forehead.
I kinda miss the "old school" paleo craze, pemmican. It doesn't get much press anymore. I might have to make some now...