Racism is deeply ingrained into every mind of the western world.
No need to bring racism into it. I highly doubt race has anything to do with it.
Blackberries are black, and nobody has any bad words for blackberries.
I legitimately just want to know why everyone seems to hate black liquorice.
Is it bandwagoning? if so, quite a lame bandwagon to jump on just for jumping on badwagons sake.
I like it too. We are special. Let's be friends so we can gang up against the black liquorice haters and show them that we are right about black liquorice being awesome and they are wrong to hate it! They are so ignorant.
I honestly think it's because most candy in the states is so sweet, that when kids try a unique flavor that isn't loaded with sugar that they immediately hate it and that idea sticks with them for most of their life. I've never hated black licorice, but as I grow older I've definitely learned to appreciate it more and more.
Also anise isn't a very popular ingredients in the states
>Why does everybody hate black liqurice?
People dont hate it, but they do hate when its included where it does not belong.
Like in a bag of jelly beans.
Every color is fruity and sweet. Then you get a black one, and you're like "ewwwww!"
They dont belong there. Other side of the tracks, blackie.
And here I thought I hated it because it tastes like salty bitter garbage.
My grandmother once had a dog that would eat anything. Dead animals, cardboard, even it's own feces on occasion. As a child, I distinctly recall attempting to feed this dog some black liquorice I had been given while at my grandmother's house. The dog refused the offer.
Fuck black liquorice.
I'm exactly the opposite. I find those couple of licorice jellybeans to be like finding diamonds in a coal mine. Yeah, you want that coal, but these are fucking diamonds. The ones I'm on the fence about are the cinnamon-flavored jellybeans. I like cinnamon candy in moderate doses, but for some reason having them in a jellybean mix really throws me off. I can also leave pineapple behind. Love the fruit, hate the flavoring.
I like both red and black liquorice because I like both the sweet taste of red liquorice and the sour/bitter taste of black liquorice. But I think most people don't like sour/bitter tasting things, or at least not as much as sweet tasting things anyway.
wow, i never thought i'd ever find someone that enjoys pickles and peanut butter too