A Coriander Hate Group Now Has Nearly A Quarter Of A Million Followers

A Coriander Hate Group Has Nearly A Quarter Of A Million FollowersI Hate Coriander/Facebook

Ah, coriander. Whod have thought a herb grown to add flavour to some of our favourite dishes could be so divisive?

Well, forget Brexit, because coriander is splitting the nation more than Boris Johnson covered in Marmite ever could, and haters are rallying in their thousands to come against ingredient.

To be specific, more than 230,000 people have gathered in a Facebook community aptly called I Hate Coriander to share their hatred for the herb and numbers are continuing to grow.

One guy. One Coriander farm. One dream. Get absolutelllyyy fucked 🖕🏽

Posted by I Hate Coriander on Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Now, just so were being honest, Im not one of these people.

I personally wouldnt be able to eat a lamb curry without a generous dashing of fresh coriander sprinkled on the top and I dont care who knows it.

While my weekly shop to ASDA wouldnt be complete without an order of the fresh herb, and find myself firmly in the coriander lovers section of society, others have compared its taste to that of devil spawn and actual soap.

In fact, the I Hate Coriander Facebook group is full to the brim with people slandering the leafy herb, from hateful memes to a f*ck coriander tattoo. I mean, seriously, its a herb guys.

This could not be ANY more relevant right now. Fuck you (both).

Posted by I Hate Coriander on Monday, August 26, 2019

Nevertheless, the group created by Sydney native Jack Baily has amassed an impressive following of fellow haters and now it even sells coriander loathing merch to go with it.

Items from the collection include tees (costing $29.95, ÂŁ16.50), hoodies ($44.95, ÂŁ24.78), vinyl stickers ($10, ÂŁ5.51) and bottle openers ($6.95, ÂŁ3.85).

If nothing else, the group proves that coriander is officially the new Marmite, and whether you love it or hate it could actually be down to your genetics rather than your taste.

23andMe, the largest genetic testing company, carried out a survey of 50,000 people, in which they asked people whether they liked the taste of the Read More – Source