People are confessing their polarizing secrets “since we’re all gonna die,” thanks to an old Family Guy clip circulating on TikTok.
Everyone has got unpopular opinions, preferences and pet peeves that seem to be antithetical to how most people think. TikTokers are having fun with their controversial hot takes. Just know that once you unleash your popular opinion out into the world, you’ve got to be ready to defend it.
“Since we’re all gonna die, there’s one more secret…” TikTok trend explained
The Family Guy clip making the rounds is from the episode “The Griffin Family History.” As the Griffin family is about to drown in their flooded panic room, Peter, the family patriarch makes a startling confession.
The exchange goes like this:
“Peter: But since we’re all gonna die, there’s one more secret I feel I have to share with you. I did not care for The Godfather.
Peter: Did not care for The Godfather.
Chris: How can you even say that, dad?
Peter: Didn’t like it.
Lois: Peter, it’s so good! It’s like the perfect movie!
Peter: This is what everyone always said. Whenever they say…”
People are using the audio to confess their unpopular opinions and defend them
“But since we’re all gonna die, there’s one more secret I feel I have to share with you,” @whatsarahsaiddd lip-synced before confessing, “I regret getting a Ph.D.”
Despite being a doctor at 27 and having job security, she just found the whole thing to be “mentally and emotionally exhausting.”
“It takes forever to finish, you spend five to six years drowning, no support, faculty aren’t good teachers, they don’t pay well,” she explained. “I have tried for three years and I still hate it.”
“I did not care for the beach,” @notallielo revealed. “It’s uncomfortable, your sweating and sunburnt. Sand sticks to you everywhere. I can’t stay out there long. I don’t even get in the ocean.”
But @doo.doo.maste had a different take. Instead of sharing her secret, she shared her ex-boyfriend’s. He told her, “I haven’t loved you for at least a month.”
“I do not like running track,” collegiate track athlete @ashleyynicolee131 said. “It’s mentally draining. You train all year-round to drop half a second, it’s other sports’ punishment, it’s an individual sport, coaches really don’t care about you.”
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