Unpopular Opinions: Jewish Edition Is Taking Off On Twitter by the Forward

Unpopular Opinions: Jewish Edition Is Taking Off On Twitter

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Twitter, that bastion of crowd-sourced creativity, is at it again, this time with the unpopular opinions meme. @coffeespoonie invited her fellow Jews to share their least popular opinions with her. This was obviously a dangerous game, because every Jewish opinion is generally an unpopular one. But we just had to share some of our favorites.

Some people rose to the occasion:

While others crashed and burned under the pressure, and gave unpopular opinion that were so unpopular they were basically lies:

Some people’s hot takes were scalding:

Some people used the opportunity to publicly disgrace themselves:

And some people got raw and real with us:

What’s your unpopular Jewish opinion? Tweet in reply to this thread, and tag us @jdforward, and we’ll update this piece with our favorite takes.

Shira’s at feder@forward.com. She is the Beyonce of writing about food and celebrities.

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