Unpopular Opinions

Everyone has unpopular opinions, and we're sharing ours.

Kalyn McLeod

Everyone has unpopular opinions, and we’re sharing ours.

Kalyn McLeod, Columnist

Unpopular opinions are just that, opinions that are unpopular. These opinions either go against the status quo or are just seen as weird by society. These opinions can cause huge debates, end friendships, and cause chaos. So we decided to share those opinions below. 

(Editor’s note: responses have been edited for clarity)

Chris Britt: Brussels sprouts are delicious.

Kayli Taylor, columnist: I don’t like fruit or pop tarts.

Carsten Oyer, editor: California is over-hyped.

Luke Culver, columnist: My friend doesn’t like cheesecake.

Madeeha Akhtar, columnist: The letter ‘Q’ has no reason to exist. Cheesecake is gross.

Jolie Flack, columnist: I don’t like chocolate. Cats are better than dogs.

Nessah Wendt, columnist: Cats are better than dogs as pets.

Pradyoth Velagapudi, editor: Marvel movies are uninspired mediocrity that we have just collectively decided to pretend are good.

Noah Thompson, columnist: I don’t like it when someone wears a long sleeve shirt or jacket and shorts/short shorts.

Rebecca Harris, columnist:  Frozen waffles are better frozen than cooked. Same goes for bread, peas, corn, cooked carrots, berries, ect. Also, “The Office” isn’t a good show.

Zane Khogyani, columnist: Frozen berries are better than unfrozen berries.

Ty Larsen, columnist: Orange juice is better with no pulp than with pulp.

Julia Tucker, columnist: Desserts that don’t have chocolate are gross including vanilla cake, Vanilla ice cream, slushies, pie, cheesecake, and so on.

Abbi Preito, columnist: Rocky Point is Americanized Mexico.

Sophia Geisler, columnist: People really need to stop idolizing politicians (calling them “king,” or “queen.”) It’s really annoying and most of the time they don’t even know the person’s policies and simply like them because their parents or friends told them too.

Allister McLeod, columnist: Every unpopular opinion here is wrong 🙂