Certain things in life attract a lot of attention. Each city has its own brunch spot that has lines every Saturday and Sunday. Is the food that good? No. No, it's not great. There's probably a diner down the street that's not as expensive and tastes loads better. That doesn't matter, though. People love trends, and if something is deemed to die for by many, many more will probably hop on board. You've seen this outside of food with hover boards and selfie sticks. Are they that cool? We'll let you be the judge.
Regardless, though, Reddit users have spoke out against a handful of foods. Some we agree with, others we don't. Peruse the list and, if you feel so inclined, let us know where these posts hit the mark and where they're way off.
It's true. People love Nutella. It even comes in fun jars. Holy fecal matter, though? Perhaps.
2. Kale and Other Trendy Greens
Try to get more micronutrients from a food than what you'll find in dark leafy greens. We dare you.
We second this motion. Just eat anything else.
If bacon could reverse the aging process, we'd be toddlers. Or infants. It's hard to say.
What's the point, people? Never do we ever want to put things that are the colors of macarons into our bodies. It just can't be good for you.
One Redditer had an important response to this.
We don't know how GottIstTot has the authority to speak for all of Maryland, but we're jealous. Speaking for a state seems ... dangerously fun.
Sushi is great. This Reddit user, whose name we will not repeat, is just wrong. Or he (we're assuming it's a he) just got awful sushi. Perhaps he should try some of these sushi hybrids instead.
Pho is dumb. Pho real.
Again, who in his or her right mind would eat something that comes in those colors?
Insert the palms raised emoji here.
We're guessing it wasn't the expensive stuff.