FOODS THAT ARE OVERRATED

Not saying that these foods are bad, but can we please stop the worship.
  1. Bacon
    I saw a buzzfeed "article" once entitled "why bacon is the most important food that has ever existed" and that's how I know there's no god. I like bacon, in reasonable quantities with the right food. But the cult around bacon is unreasonable, and some things really don't need bacon!!!
  2. Pizza
    A nice crispy mozzarella pizza can be good, but 9/10 I'd always rather have pasta.
  3. Avocados
    I try okay?? I really try. But it has a barely there flavor, gets everything really gloopy and it's just too creamy. Exception: guac in my chipotle, probably because it's already a wet mess.
  4. Plain Greek yoghurt
    Why have we as a society collectively decided to pretend that it tastes good and isn't just like basically eating sour cream?
  5. Sushi
    Am I the only one who thinks it's super slimy? So vinegary. Plus, if I don't know for a fact that the restaurant's hygiene and food storage are impeccable, I have a hard time trusting raw fish. I like other Japanese food way better.
  6. Nutella
    Delicious? Yes, absolutely. Too overhyped? Also yes.
  7. Cupcakes
    Basically a muffin that is probably too dry to eat on its own, then add an equal amount of buttercream. Nice, but overrated. If my future husband wants a cupcake tower instead of a wedding cake I'm cancelling the whole thing. Do not deserve the amount of reality shows based around them.
  8. Brunch
    I love breakfast foods, but I don't love waiting an hour to pay an obscene amount of money for a glorified plate of pancakes and eggs.
  9. Oysters
    You're paying good money to essentially eat boogers.
  10. Beer
    Tastes like drinking a liquified burp, fills you up to the point where you just feel nauseous, calorie to ABV ratio way off.
  11. Lobster
    Essentially bug meat. That was boiled alive and tastes awful unless you douse it in a ridiculous amount of butter.
    Suggested by   @siddharthainc
  12. Crab Legs
    Good, but ROI is low.
    Suggested by   @jennifergster