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People's tastes can vary significantly, which is why there's such a soul-destroying debate over whether pineapple belongs on pizza and why James Corden has a career.

"What's something you hate, but is loved by the majority of people?" –– This was today's burning question from Redditor -TheWinterSoldier- and we're certain some of you might find some kindred spirits.


"I wouldn't say..."

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Jimmy Fallon.

I wouldn't say I hate him, but his humor feels so forced, he just never makes me laugh no matter what he does. I do not get the hype.

ritswd

"If there was ever..."

Hallmark style Christmas movies. If there was ever a copy and paste type of movie, this is it, they hit all the same notes every single time.

saskasquatch

"When corporations..."

When corporations talk about themselves, their employees and partners as a "family".

"The Walmart Family".

People seem to dig this.

Redditor_Koeln

"The phrase..."

The phrase "Living my best life".

I see more and more people using it lately and the amount of pretentiousness just drives me nuts. High correlation with the "Live, laugh, love" crowd.

I_hate_traveling

"I try to stay inside..."

Black Friday. I try to stay inside that entire day to avoid the hoards of people.

DeathSpiral321

"I can't explain what it is..."

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Ellen DeGeneres. A friend of mine always shows me little clips of Ellen's show but they haven't been entertaining once. I can't explain what it is but her humour feels forced and she invites all these people in her show but there never seems to be a real connection between Ellen and her guests. I'd compare it with a hostile vibe or something similar.

MisheMoshe

"I don't care..."

The way reddit and social media as a whole is being used a political tool. I don't care what reddituser69's stance on politics is, I came here to look at cat pictures.

Theminingdwarf

"Nothing they did..."

Kardashians and everyone associated with them. Don't know if it counts as the majority of people, but I still hear about them more often than I would like to. Nothing they did ever really appealed to me as interesting, and I don't agree with the way Kim Kardashian got her fame in the first place.

TheTrueBrawler2001

"Anything with canned laughter..."

Friends, The big bang theory... Anything with canned laughter, and mostly all live-action comedies. It's a heap of cringe.

wilika

"He picks a chord..."

Ed Sheeran.

He picks a chord he likes, a sound effect he likes, a terrible description of female skin he likes, and then combines the three into an attack on the ears.

BearsBirdsBooks

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