Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

20 Hilarious Memes From Facebook Group Dedicated To Coriander (Cilantro) Haters.

You may have heard it called cilantro or coriander, but whatever you choose to call it, you either love it or hate it. There doesn’t seem to be a gray area. But there seems to be a scientific reason behind why some people don’t love them. But most people can agree that without coriander, some of the dishes we eat wouldn’t be worth eating because they wouldn’t have that oomph we expect from a meal. But if you still hate it then you can totally relate to these hilarious images dedicated to cilantro haters.

#1. When a 7 News viewer sends an alarming message about a horrible product.

This dude was passive-aggressively brutal. But his hatred for coriander was obviously so strong that he felt it necessary to report it to the news station like it was major news. It must have been a slow news day.

#2. For some, coriander is a blessing, but for others, it’s just downright disgusting.

Coriander/cilantro has certain flavor compounds that only certain people can taste, but if you find plenty of it at the supermarket, it’s probably because of non-motivating adverts like this one.

#3. That’s the look you get when you bite into something thinking it’s parsley but it’s coriander.

Some people love parsley but totally dislike coriander even though they kind of look similar. But who cares if some people taste a citrussy flavor while others taste soap? Can’t we all just get along?

#4. When you think you’re totally alone in your hatred for coriander.

Then someone asks how many people dislike coriander, and you suddenly realize you’re not alone anymore. There are dozens, possibly hundreds. They should start a support group. Oh, wait! They did.

#5. Did you know that there’s a Facebook fan club called I Hate Coriander?

Group members find love and support for their hatred for coriander. They even post funny memes like this one which shows the relief they feel when they realize their food doesn’t "contaminated" with coriander.

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