Welcome to the only place where you can definitively find out who is and is not on your side when it comes to the kind of peanut butter people like.
You may think “Crunchy or Creamy?” isn’t a big deal, or that it’s really a “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe” choice. But it’s not. Americans spend $800 million per year on peanut butter, and eat one billion-plus pounds of it, according to a HuffPost article. This is a big deal.
Crunchy peanut butter has character, it better represents the thing you’re supposed to be eating than a sugary, factory-processed nut spread. Crunchy reminds me I’m eating real peanuts, it has texture, it’s filling and it’s nutritious. Really, it’s healthier than creamy. Plus, crunchy never feels like glue sticking to the roof of your mouth.
That being said, I (kind of) respect other people’s opinions. Not liking peanut butter is understandable, but preferring creamy when you could choose the heavenly taste of crunchy is a fault I’m not sure I can overlook.