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Casual Unpopular Opinion Thread

Falloutguy645

Spazmatism
“Got a burning unpopular opinion you want to share? Spark some discussions!”

Got an opinion that makes other people say “Bleh!”? Here would be a nice thread to post it and maybe start a small conversation. I do have a teeny tiny request though.

Please do not post anything that could potentially start a flame war. This is not a mature discussion thread. This includes but not limited to:
  • opinions on abortion
  • anything LGBTQ related
  • how many genders/sexes there are
  • liking pineapple on pizza
  • Politics (for the love of all that is holy please do not post any politics here. It is such a sensitive topic)
Sound good? Great! Guess I’ll start; a lot of people do not like Skyrim’s combat system, I on the other hand think it’s quite enjoyable.
 

GawenStarTeller

Retinazer
I. Like. Candy corn. Maybe this ones too controversial for being similar to pineapples on pizza, but I swear to god whenever it comes to candy corn people with gatekeep the living hell out of you as if food preferences aren't one of the most subjective things on the planet. People say it tastes like wax, but, it doesn't? It tastes sweet, like, y'know, candy? Not like real corn of course, but it's tolerable for me. I detest olives, but my brother likes them, but we respect each other's preferences because people just... like different foods. But when it comes to candy corn, liking it is inhuman or something. I can't figure out why.

This and black licorice. Black gummies best gummies.
 

Falloutguy645

Spazmatism
The word “literally” has been beaten to death. It [literally] has changed its definition thanks to the constant misusage of the word. I would normally say this is a popular opinion but considering how often I see or hear this I’m starting to think otherwise.
 
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