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Controversial opinions from members of The Junkees Facebook Group.

Food opinions you wouldn't normally share in polite company.
Controversial opinions from members of The Junkees Facebook Group.
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In The Junkees Facebook Group there's a steady stream of enthusiasm for Sweeat and Salty.

Lurking behind the enthusiasm can be pizza pockets of polite disagreement.

So we asked - What's your most controvertial opinion about junk food?

The answers came thick and fast in the Facebook Group.

We've only listed first names to protect the privacy of those expressing such opinions in a private group, for fear of passionate disagreement, however justified.

"Who even eats bbq chips???" - Georgina

"Tim Tam's are the most overrated chocolate biscuit." - Robyn

"McDonald’s, Hungry Jacks, KFC etc are all disgusting and borderline inedible." - Kimberly

"Caramilk is disgusting" - Natalie

"Neapolitan Ice Cream is gross" - Therese

"Polly Waffle is no great loss to the confectionery world" - Ron

"Dark chocolate is rubbish." - Ron

"Biscuits in general are overrated" - Amber

"Don't see the attraction of Oreos" - Leisa

"It is possible to make line extensions in flavours other than salted caramel" - Luisa

"I’m sick of salted caramel whatever happened to just caramel??" - Emma

"I hate loathe and detest bacon" - Andrea

"Cadburys chocolate has gone to shit" - Lily

"Chocolate belongs in the fridge" - Cindy

"Turkish Delight belongs in the bin" - Greg

A fitting way to round it out from Donna.

"I love everyone’s honesty. It’s like we all had dirty little secrets."

Speking of...

"Savoury is ALWAYS better than sweet!" - Rachel

BOOM.


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