Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Andrew99, Jul 31, 2020.
It seems that the really unpopular opinion on watches is liking them
Yes. This was a big mistake which basically ended up ruining my life due to the other consequences of consumption of the drug. The idea that "medicinal" marijuana is a suitable "prescription" for mental health issues like anxiety, depression or even ADHD is really just a lie cooked up by dispensaries imo. There are very serious side effects, some very dangerous and detrimental, that many people basically never take into account and is almost always omitted by people pushing it as a wonder drug.
I'm not saying it's an evil plant and can work in some cases in moderation for some people. But it's a serious drug prone to abuse and very negative consequences to mental health and overall state of mind with chronic use, contrary to current popular belief.
My wrist feels weird without my watch.
I wish that I could like this, I feel the same way
Agree. It's a pain to have to constantly take your phone out of your pocket to check the time if your not using your phone in that instance, especially if your at risk for your phone being stolen or lost
I hate eating outside.
Chocolate tastes better with salt sprinkled on it.
I hate going out for breakfast.
Jazz & classical (except for opera) are the most consistent genres of music for me, meaning I can turn on basically any song from either genre and like what I hear. That being said, I listen mostly to underground, electronic music these days.
It does. So I hold the unpopular opinion because I love watches. My wrist feels naked without one.
Shopping for a nice watch is a treat. I don't do it often.
jeans are kinda uncomfortable
It should be socially acceptable to listen to Christmas music in October. Or even better, all year round!
Cats are evil and unnecessary
The "pox on both your houses" crew in politics show an appalling privilege. Yeah, I get it; your abstract principles are worth more than the actual lives of people around you, but do you have to be so smug about it?
Me too. All those wasps and flies! No, thanks.
We should either scrap or change school uniforms. As a former student in the UK, I used to have to wear one. Unfortunately for me I was quite literally allergic to it. The fabric made my skin break out in rashes and hives. I went to the doctor and was given a cream to soothe the skin. This was something I tried to talk to my teachers about; I wanted to see if it was possible to perhaps wear a slightly different type of shirt that wouldn't make my skin painful and red. Or at the very least be allowed to have one button undone to allow my skin a little bit of room to breathe to relieve the pain a little.
It's rather messed up that we're taught as teenagers to expect our needs to be ignored. Asking to wear a slightly different shirt fabric isn't a major request, I understand that in factory settings you have to wear uniforms but having irritated skin that I had to put mental effort in to ignore is distracting when you're trying to learn. Yet I was always treated as if I was simply being difficult for the sake of it, even when I physically showed them the rashes.
I don’t despise trump.
Hating on "majority" groups (straight, white, cis, etc.) is no better than hating on minority groups. If anything, it's actually more irritating, because minority groups know what it's like to be discriminated against for things outside of their control, and thus should know better than to do that to someone else.
YES, 100% agree, this shouldn't be an unpopular opinion at all.