I didn't, and it wasn't because I didn't know about it, or because I didn't know where to find glasses, or any other reason.
No, it's because I don't care.
I think I have a deep underlying bias to 3D.
I think that the novelty of 3D is only so impressive to a point, and after you've experienced the flying monkey in your face, the laser beam shooting along side your head, and the explosive debris headed towards you, the novelty is gone.
In fact, it becomes anticipatable. You see a jar of bugs, and someone opening it...brace yourself for the bugs to fly towards you.
Unfortunately, it seems that with digital technology 3D is easier than ever, and so more and more films are available in a 3D format.
A handful of co-workers (with bad film taste) found themselves getting excited about seeing the recently released film My Bloody Valentine. These people were excited about the movie because it was in 3D, but found themselves in theaters with non-3D versions.
Their "reviews" and "assessment" of the film was that it was horrible, BUT if they had seen it in 3D it would have been much better.
Much better? NO. I think 3D will always be a gimmick, and as long as you have to wear glasses, and stories are built around "what can pop out a you" the stories are not elevated by this device.
I'm not opposed to the third dimension, but when it comes to film and television it's a one trick pony.