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The most polarizing food: where do you stand?

pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 959Member Member Posts: 959Member Member
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  • PhirrgusPhirrgus Posts: 1,855Member Member Posts: 1,855Member Member
    *IF* I liked them (gag) I would fit what I could where I could - cookies like that are just too rich and sweet for me.
  • lynn_glenmontlynn_glenmont Posts: 6,651Member Member Posts: 6,651Member Member
    I HATE those Lofthouse sugar cookies. They look like they might be good, guilty pleasure type of sugary sweets...but they are VILE! :#

    Why do I feel like people aren't responding here because they have not tried this horrible trick of a cookie?

    I don't think I've ever seen that particular brand. But I'm suspicious of any product that thinks "soft" is a plus for a cookie. I imagine they're all cake-y and bend-y. No snap. No crunch. Blech.
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Posts: 11,551Member Member Posts: 11,551Member Member
    I've never eaten that brand, but they look similar to ones I have. Bland, simple, only-sweet, generally awful. Bleaagh, no thanks.

    You can have my share.
  • JBanx256JBanx256 Posts: 402Member Member Posts: 402Member Member
    not a fan.
    I like cookies in general, but not those.
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 1,765Member Member Posts: 1,765Member Member
    Hate em. Cookies are my weakness. Not lofthouse.
  • BecomingMoreAwesomeBecomingMoreAwesome Posts: 134Member Member Posts: 134Member Member
    I think that brand may go by a different name here, but hose cookies are strictly school party fare. I love cookies, but those are too “kid-friendly” for my tastes. The ones at my grocery store are usually peanut and treenut free though, which is why they make an excellent class party treat.
  • lemurcat2lemurcat2 Posts: 2,929Member Member Posts: 2,929Member Member
    Re the food in the OP, ick, not my thing. I'm picky about sweets.

    Re "polarizing":
    aokoye wrote: »
    Wait - those are polarizing? I thought you were going to say something like mayonnaise, ketchup on hamburgers (or hotdogs), or candy corn. Unless you're talking about the dialectical differences pertaining to whether or not you call what's in the above picture cookies or biscuits.

    Heh, I thought it was going to be bread, corn, or potatoes, although ketchup (esp on hotdogs, which is a travesty) and mayo are good ideas, and now that I'm thinking about it, cilantro, of course. Or soybeans.

    I went out to dinner tonight, and my friend and I agreed at great length that marshmallows are one of the worst foods ever, so them too.
  • mph323mph323 Posts: 3,309Member Member Posts: 3,309Member Member
    lemurcat2 wrote: »
    Re the food in the OP, ick, not my thing. I'm picky about sweets.

    Re "polarizing":
    aokoye wrote: »
    Wait - those are polarizing? I thought you were going to say something like mayonnaise, ketchup on hamburgers (or hotdogs), or candy corn. Unless you're talking about the dialectical differences pertaining to whether or not you call what's in the above picture cookies or biscuits.

    Heh, I thought it was going to be bread, corn, or potatoes, although ketchup (esp on hotdogs, which is a travesty) and mayo are good ideas, and now that I'm thinking about it, cilantro, of course. Or soybeans.

    I went out to dinner tonight, and my friend and I agreed at great length that marshmallows are one of the worst foods ever, so them too.

    THANK YOU! Until I moved from New York to California I never realized that ketchup on hot dogs was even an option :o
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