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In Katharine Shilcutt's "Mayonnaise vs. Miracle Whip: Kraft's Clever Ad Campaign," she wrote that she's been listening to people debate the two condiments her entire life.

But after reading the comments section, one has to wonder: Who besides Katharine will admit they like Miracle Whip? Wrote Matthew:

"Liking Miracle Whip better than mayonnaise is like preferring Cool Whip over whipped cream."

Commenter Wilf took it further:

"Miracle Whip tastes like the way Beaumont smells."

And so on.

Not one of you has a jar of Cool Miracle Whip in the fridge? Come on, admit it...

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