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kpop is overrated, not saying its bad but the way people obsess over it, make it their entire personality and spend their life savings on it sounds kinda unreasonable to me
also pineapple on pizza is perfect
dont attack me pls
 
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'The godfather' is overrated and definitely does not deserve the title of best film of all time.

Animals should have basic rights, as they are conscious beings who experience happiness and suffering in the same way we do. They shouldn't be regarded as property, and should have the right to live in peace. You should not be able to take their lives unless it is necessary (such as if you're starving, they're putting people in danger, or in self-defense). No mass producing billions of them for food, since we don't require meat to be healthy. No hunting them for sport. Proper jail times for those who abuse pets or other animals, not just a slap on the wrist.

Cucumber is THE worst food, it is literally just water
 
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I don't like watermelons
 
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I don't find normie comedy shows or cartoons funny
ie: Simpsons, Family guy, Rick and Morty
 
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ijustwishtodie

ijustwishtodie

death will be my ultimate bliss
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Life is more effort than what it's worth
 
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cryone

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water tastes bad


idk, it's just like mildly bitter or something to me. its not horrible though. i still dont understand how picky eaters enjoy water.
 
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Proteus

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water tastes bad


idk, it's just like mildly bitter or something to me. its not horrible though. i still dont understand how picky eaters enjoy water.
Are you sure that water is clean? Sounds like something's wrong with those pipes lol.
 
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they say it’s darkest of all before the dawn
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Being an adult is overrated and actually lessens your freedom, although freedom is just an illusion. Oh also, anarchy ftw.
 
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they say it’s darkest of all before the dawn
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Not sure if this is unpopular, but: capitalism is evil!
 
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rozeske

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Don't like cats or dogs.
 
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Traveling sucks. Unless you are going somewhere luxurious (too expensive), then your vacation is someone else's everyday life. The logistics are terrible. Nothing is actually fun.
 
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We should be able to sue people who cause emotional and physical abuse.
 
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ReadyOrNot?

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Basic needs shouldn't cost anything.
 
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I'm personally not too fond of animals or children.

Marvel movies are stale formulaic lifeless piles of dog shit meant to appeal to the lowest common denominator.

Contrary to what many on this forum believe, capitalism is actually pretty great.
 
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Contrary to what many on this forum believe, capitalism is actually pretty great.
i dont think capitalism is bad, but it isnt great. it causes a lot of problems, and though there are other ones, i dont think there is any other system that could solve the problems. i think society is more the problem
 
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OMORI is a really overrated game
 
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Dr Iron Arc

Dr Iron Arc

Into the Unknown
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Marvel movies are stale formulaic lifeless piles of dog shit meant to appeal to the lowest common denominator.
Speaking as a Marvel fan, I don't think this opinion is very unpopular anymore thanks to Phases 4 and 5. 😅
 
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sserafim

they say it’s darkest of all before the dawn
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I'm personally not too fond of children.

Marvel movies are stale formulaic lifeless piles of dog shit meant to appeal to the lowest common denominator.

Contrary to what many on this forum believe, capitalism is actually pretty great.
I'm not fond of children either. I agree, I never saw the appeal of Marvel movies or other superhero franchises and movies. Why do you think that capitalism is actually pretty great?
 
Temporal_Anchorite

Temporal_Anchorite

wanting outta this bitch
Sep 23, 2022
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I'm not fond of children either. I agree, I never saw the appeal of Marvel movies or other superhero franchises and movies. Why do you think that capitalism is actually pretty great?

Free market capitalism is the only form of social & economic organization that doesn't require the violation of basic human rights and liberties in order for it to exist. It's an incredibly flexible system that allows for people to flourish, all while rewarding individuality and innovation. Capitalism has demonstrated time and time again that it greatly maximizes economic prosperity and development among nations across the globe.

I'm also very skeptical of overreaching/authoritarian forms of political authority—which unfortunately has been part & parcel for almost every non-capitalistic society. Speaking as someone who's had family live under former communist Czechoslovakia, I'd rather be living in a capitalistic liberal democracy any day of the week.

Speaking as a Marvel fan, I don't think this opinion is very unpopular anymore thanks to Phases 4 and 5. 😅

Oh agreed, but I've been firmly out here hatin' since 2015 lmao
It's destroying the planet so there's absolutely nothing great about it.

I reject your premise and find this criticism to be an unconvincing argument against capitalism, as it implicitly suggests that there's some sort of viable alternative that would infinitely preserve the well-being of the planet. Earth has a finite number of resources that will only be able to sustain human life for so long, even in the absence of capitalism. Bear in mind, some of the greatest ecological disasters in history occurred under socialist regimes (Chernobyl and the Aral Sea).

Ideologues and capitalist detractors regularly claim that capitalism requires infinite growth and the destruction of our planet in order to sustain the system—in neoclassical economics, this is known as extensive growth. However, there exists intensive growth on the flip side. Intensive growth allows us to maximize our outputs while minimizing our inputs. Enhanced productivity through lesser resource consumption is achieved through things like technological developments, job specialization, and even recycling.
 
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I reject your premise and find this criticism to be an unconvincing argument against capitalism, as it implicitly suggests that there's some sort of viable alternative that would infinitely preserve the well-being of the planet. Earth has a finite number of resources that will only be able to sustain human life for so long, even in the absence of capitalism. Bear in mind, some of the greatest ecological disasters in history occurred under socialist regimes (Chernobyl and the Aral Sea).

Ideologues and capitalist detractors regularly claim that capitalism requires infinite growth and the destruction of our planet in order to sustain the system—in neoclassical economics, this is known as extensive growth. However, there exists intensive growth on the flip side. Intensive growth allows us to maximize our outputs while minimizing our inputs. Enhanced productivity through lesser resource consumption is achieved through things like technological developments, job specialization, and even recycling.
For someone who doesn't like the MCU, you're sounding a lot like Thanos. 😂
 
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indignity

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Being an adult is overrated and actually lessens your freedom, although freedom is just an illusion. Oh also, anarchy ftw.
which anarchist are you? Probably ancom or syndicalist if I have to guess
 
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DarkRange55

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Hey thought it might be interesting to hear everyone's unpopular opinions.

I'll start:

I don't like anime or manga

pls don't hate me...haha
When I was in high school, only weeaboos and hardcore nerds like anime. Now it's mainstream. Just trends. Some anime is great but there is a lot of horrible shit out there just like anything else.
I don't like going on holiday.

I like my own environment,
my own food,
my own bed.
Staycation
Anything mint flavoured that isn't an actual mint, chewing gum or toothpaste is totally disgusting. Mint flavoured chocolate is the worst.
Even mint chocolate chip ice cream? 🍨 🙃
water tastes bad


idk, it's just like mildly bitter or something to me. its not horrible though. i still dont understand how picky eaters enjoy water.
Water can certainly have different tastes and textures because of the dissolved minerals.

Great water is low iron, low heavy metals, low in sodium, not too high in calcium, and has a nice clean taste that is hard to define, but, to me, tastes "sweet" without being sugary.
Hey thought it might be interesting to hear everyone's unpopular opinions.

I'll start:

I don't like anime or manga

pls don't hate me...haha
I guess mine would be: I was honestly expecting to see very outrageous responses…
I'm sure mine would be far too hyperbolic and inflammatory for this thread lol 😂 😅
 
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Being an adult is overrated and actually lessens your freedom, although freedom is just an illusion. Oh also, anarchy ftw.
Speaking of anarchy, I remember reading a case in Seattle when all the unions went on a general strike, so there was basically nobody working any jobs. However, instead of a complete collapse of the city, people began to work doing the things that were necessary, and for no pay. They began to hand out food, the garbage collectors would pick up hazardous waste, and they created their own police force which did not carry weapons. The entire city became very quiet and peaceful during this period, and there were over 65,000 striking workers.

It really does make you wonder if a state is even necessary.
 
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indignity

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Speaking of anarchy, I remember reading a case in Seattle when all the unions went on a general strike, so there was basically nobody working any jobs. However, instead of a complete collapse of the city, people began to work doing the things that were necessary, and for no pay. They began to hand out food, the garbage collectors would pick up hazardous waste, and they created their own police force which did not carry weapons. The entire city became very quiet and peaceful during this period, and there were over 65,000 striking workers.

It really does make you wonder if a state is even necessary.
any state is arbitrary and profits nobody except those in charge of it. People are very much able to organize themselves and build their own societies, without the help of anyone. Authority = hierarchy = inequality = abuse of power = suffering. The best that can be done to prevent this chain is to limit the state and its power as much as possible, although the best case scenario would be to abolish it since it serves no intentional purpose except unnecessary trouble and wastage of resources.
 
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DarkRange55

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Oct 15, 2023
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Speaking of anarchy, I remember reading a case in Seattle when all the unions went on a general strike, so there was basically nobody working any jobs. However, instead of a complete collapse of the city, people began to work doing the things that were necessary, and for no pay. They began to hand out food, the garbage collectors would pick up hazardous waste, and they created their own police force which did not carry weapons. The entire city became very quiet and peaceful during this period, and there were over 65,000 striking workers.

It really does make you wonder if a state is even necessary.
 
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rata1

Arcanist
May 8, 2019
448
Basic needs shouldn't cost anything.
Try it in Europe. They fought a lot and they got something:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_insurance
Free market capitalism is the only form of social & economic organization that doesn't require the violation of basic human rights and liberties in order for it to exist. It's an incredibly flexible system that allows for people to flourish, all while rewarding individuality and innovation. Capitalism has demonstrated time and time again that it greatly maximizes economic prosperity and development among nations across the globe.

I'm also very skeptical of overreaching/authoritarian forms of political authority—which unfortunately has been part & parcel for almost every non-capitalistic society. Speaking as someone who's had family live under former communist Czechoslovakia, I'd rather be living in a capitalistic liberal democracy any day of the week.



Oh agreed, but I've been firmly out here hatin' since 2015 lmao


I reject your premise and find this criticism to be an unconvincing argument against capitalism, as it implicitly suggests that there's some sort of viable alternative that would infinitely preserve the well-being of the planet. Earth has a finite number of resources that will only be able to sustain human life for so long, even in the absence of capitalism. Bear in mind, some of the greatest ecological disasters in history occurred under socialist regimes (Chernobyl and the Aral Sea).

Ideologues and capitalist detractors regularly claim that capitalism requires infinite growth and the destruction of our planet in order to sustain the system—in neoclassical economics, this is known as extensive growth. However, there exists intensive growth on the flip side. Intensive growth allows us to maximize our outputs while minimizing our inputs. Enhanced productivity through lesser resource consumption is achieved through things like technological developments, job specialization, and even recycling.
"Free market capitalism is the only form of social & economic organization that doesn't require the violation of basic human rights and liberties in order for it to exist. It's an incredibly flexible system that allows for people to flourish, all while rewarding individuality and innovation. Capitalism has demonstrated time and time again that it greatly maximizes economic prosperity and development among nations across the globe." sure! especially in bangladesh where our t-shirts are made. "allows people to flourish", "rewarding individuality and innovation", "Capitalism has demonstrated time and time again that it greatly maximizes economic prosperity and development among nations across the globe.": two pictures: https://external-content.duckduckgo...fbf14aff3928adc0e25eb65a345ea53b63&ipo=images
2nd: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemi...5th_Division_gas_casualties_10_April_1918.jpg
 
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I hate my life and the government
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Trans women are men

Trans men are women
 
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