Everyone's got ‘em. Everyone likes to share ‘em. So, we asked on Instagram and Twitter for some of your unpopular Cincinnati opinions. Here’s an overview:\nChili\nNo surprise here. Some people don’t like Cincinnati-style chili. A lot of the commenters name Skyline in particular, but that may because that has become the generic name for it (like Band Aid, Kleenex, etc). We couldn’t tell if the respondents were natives or transplants.\nWithin that, some folks prefer Gold Star* over actual Skyline. Other folks, possibly the aforementioned transplants, reckon there really isn’t a difference between the two or, indeed, any of the parlors. \nTo that end, one of The Cincy Shirts owners, Josh Sneed, Cincinnati born and bred, feels HE could taste the difference. We haven’t tested that yet, but we will soon!\nGoetta\nYep, a few folks out there aren’t keen. Judging from the amount of Goetta merch we sell, and the turnout for Goettafest, this is definitely an unpopular opinion. \nRibs\nIt’s not that people don’t like Montgomery Inn, it’s just that some find it pricey. Others feel there are other rib joints equally worthy of praise, including Eli’s. Fun fact: Montgomery Inn is a sponsor of Cleveland Indians baseball. No kidding. The official ribs of the team. "Find them at your local grocer, Tribe fans." As their play-by-play guy would say, “how about that?”\nPizza\nIf you’re popular, people will have unpopular opinions about you. LaRosa’s took a few lumps on both platforms. Those kids seem to be doing ok, though.\nIce Cream\nSimilar to Montgomery Inn, it’s not that people don’t like the nationally-known Cincinnati ice cream, Graeter’s, it’s just that UDF got more love in response to our question.\nFireworks\nIs it the crowd? The actual display? The music? Some folks are not on board. Maybe it’s because you can pretty much see fireworks year round, like, everywhere? After Reds games, Fourth of July, Cousin Bob’s farm. Unpopular opinion nonetheless, as it was a handful of social media respondents vs. half a million Tristaters. \nHigh School\nComedian Gary Owen was one of the first to point out this phenomena. People in Cincinnati really care about what high school you went to. Turns out, though, some people really don’t.\n*NOTE: Gold Star is a partner with Cincy Shirts (along with Camp Washington Chili). They both asked us to do their merch. Those other fellas opted to have their shirts made in Columbus. Columbus!\nYou can view all the unpopular opinions on this Twitter thread here.