-Vanilla as a savory seasoning. It's innovative, sure. But also kind of gross. It's only acceptable because it's less gross than you would expect, but that doesn't really mean it works.
-People who try to convince me of the superiority of vegan baked goods. Don't get me wrong, I've eaten some that were delicious, but I don't think they taste better (or are really any healthier) than if they had been made with butter and eggs. (Unless you have an allergy, butter and eggs are good for you. Have a problem with factory farming? Buy organic.)
"People get all excited about vegan baked goods. You know what's exciting? DAIRY FAT!" -Mike R.
"People only think vegan baked goods taste good because they expect them to taste bad and they're pleasantly suprised." -Andy C.
Actually, don't get me started on vegan elitism at all, heads will roll.
-Stupid one word bar and restaurant names. Bite. Feed. Sip. Swig. Puke.
-Sushi as an overpriced gimmick. Y'all do realize that that $15 "dragon maki" you're eating is a way to use up past-date fish by hiding it under hot sauce and avocado slices, doncha?
-Having to teach bartenders how to mix basic drinks, like a White Russian. I don't understand why it's so difficult to get bartending jobs when the industry is full of incompetent idiots.