We all know them: Those soft sugar cookies with a thick coat of colorful frosting that you can find on sale at basically any grocery store in America. With everything else going on in the world, who knew that there could be anything controversial about those cheap, innocent cookies?
With one tweet, 21-year-old Taylor Haugen of Wisconsin started the debate. She shared a photo of the "flavorless" cookies with a heated insult, and thousands of people had something to say about it.
its that time of year again when stores sell these bottom of the barrel, flavorless piece of shit things they have the nerve to call cookies pic.twitter.com/tTA8Jx1kBl— miller white (@taysux) February 13, 2017
Apparently, her opinion is an unpopular one. More than 700 people replied to her post, and many didn't agree with her, calling them "delicacies" and "the god of cookies."
And others defended her, agreeing that the colorful grocery store cookies are pretty gross, lack flavor, and feel like Play Doh.
I'm glad I'm not the only one that hates these— none pizza left beef (@violentxbreed) February 13, 2017
THANK YOU I HATE THESE SO MUCH THEYRE DISGUSTING— sam💜 (@cosmeticglow) February 15, 2017
Taylor told Buzzfeed she "wasn't planning on starting WWIII," but the hundreds of comments on her tweet haven't changed her feelings about the cookies. "I will never change my opinion on them," she said. "Though I don't think I'll voice my opinions on other baked goods anymore."
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