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People Share Their Strongest Non-Political Or Religious Opinions
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People have long engaged in passionate debates about their firm beliefs on any particular subject, the popular ones being religion and politics.

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People Break Down Their Most Controversial Food Opinions
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I love ham and pineapple on pizza.

I stand by it. It's not my favorite, but I love it.

Who wants to fight me?

Food is a serious issue.

And people are willing to squabble about all of it.

Some food mixing is a problem to many.

Redditor fizzyoranges287 wanted to discuss aspects of food that some love yet haunts others. They asked:

"What’s your most controversial food opinion?"
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People Explain Which Things Are Not As Attractive As People May Think
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So many things always seem like a good idea at first.

That is what happens when the bandwagon begins.

First there are the select few onboard.

Then the explosion of mass appeal.

Then for awhile we're in all the rage.

Eventually you look at a certain "thing" and realize... "oh not cute."

Like a McDonald's McRib. No.

It's not BBQ, it's not pork.

No. What else can we ad to the list of not hot?

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Religious People Explain How They Really View Atheism
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The joy of living in a pluralistic society is the ability to practice any religion one so chooses.

What is often forgotten is that this includes not practicing any religion at all.

Making this hard to remember is when American politicians espouse their conservative views owing to "religious reasons", seeming to forget about the first amendment, and unable to understand others who don't practice their own religion.

Others, however, are more tolerant of those who do not have any divine beliefs, however religious they might be themselves.

Redditor _DSYR was curious to hear views on Atheism from people who were devoutly religious themselves, leading them to ask:

"Religious people, how do you view atheism/atheists?"
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People Divulge Their Most 'Elitist' Viewpoints
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Being high and mighty is not a particularly attractive quality on anyone.

But every now and then, it's hard not to find ourselves looking down, or raising our eyebrows at something, or even someone.

Be it the way your food is prepared, or having to stay in a hotel which is definitely not five stars, it's hard not to fall upon something which doesn't meet our standards every once in a while.

Redditor mandela_effect_12 was curious as to what the Reddit community looked down upon, or what they thought wasn't good enough for them, leading them to ask:

"What is your most 'elitist' viewpoint?"
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