There is a lot of injustice in the world. There are also plenty of folks who don’t really know what that means, so they complain about little things on the internet using everyone’s favorite platform — memes! Since no one can stand hearing an argument go unopposed, most of the time memes that are against something or cast a certain behavior in a negative light have their fair share of detractors (also in meme form, of course).
We wish today’s matchup was as one-sided as the battle between pouring your cereal or milk first. But you can’t always get what you want. Case in point: candy corn. To some, it’s the bane of their Halloween existence. Others — for reason’s beyond my personal understanding — love it. But who wants it more? Will the haters win the day, or is the mass appeal just too powerful to take down?
Them's fightin' words.
Corn is universally loved. Shame on you for using its name in vain.
The "that's your opinion" defense already? Now's your chance, anti-candy corn. Pounce!
Really, anti-candy corn?
That's doesn't seem to be the consensus around here just yet.
I'd listen to a Queen parody about how gross candy corn is any day.
Wait, you're saying it tastes like wax, or is that the next guy?
Points for style, but execution could use some work (and synonyms).
Things are getting a little hostile. Don't stoop to their level, anti-corners.
Just tell everyone he's still "hibernating."
Something tells me this was a bit of a misquote.
Someone always has to bring politics into non-political arguments.
Prolly not a great move when they've been taking it easy on you so far.
Pie graphs never lie.
Something tells me the burns are gonna get worse before they get better.
Not all that funny, but it gets the point across.
But something tells me that's not going to deter anyone.
Wild, unproven accusations always make for a great argument.
Hey, no one said enjoying candy corn is a crime, right?
The memes have spoken. Under Twitter rule, we sentence candy corn to life of being despised by the majority forever. Unless there are any objections...
Throw the book at them!
Who would have thought that there wasn’t much of a strong argument on either side. Either it sucks, or it’s great. Clearly no one creating candy corn memes was captain of the debate team. What a shame. But at the very least, it appears candy corn naysayers have the numbers. Not to end on a lame joke, but we were hoping one side would at least bite the other’s ear off. But as the great Seymour Skinner once said…
Better luck next time, meme fans.