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The I.F.H.C (I F*^kin' Hate Cilantro) is a group dedicated to the enrichment of mankind through a united fortified effort to educate and warn the masses about a parasitic scourge that goes by many aliases. It is known as Cilantro to the FBI, Coriander to the KGB and Chinese Parsley to the CIA.

Members of the rival faction I.F.L.C have been prone to irrational, nonsensical and increasingly volatile behaviour and outbursts - often making public spectacles of themselves - resulting in members of I.F.H.C frequently being left feeling quite unsettled. The unsettled feeling I.F.H.C members often endure during these I.F.L.C outburts has been described as such:

"Like that feeling that you get when you're watching a show on T.V, and someone is really embarrassing themselves badly, and it's really tough to watch them do it to themselves, and you want them to stop - for their own sake - but they keep embarrassing themselves, and so then you want to change the channel because you can't bare to watch them embarrass themselves like that."

The battle rages on as I.F.H.C is still trying to change the channel to this day.
I.F.H.C is a way of life. The only way.
by Sal Antrosux May 14, 2007
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The I.F.H.C (I F*^kin' Hate Cilantro - Facebook Group) is a group dedicated to the enrichment of mankind through a united fortified effort to educate and warn the masses about a parasitic scourge that goes by many aliases. It is known as Cilantro to the FBI, Coriander to the KGB and Chinese Parsley to the CIA.

Members of the rival faction I.F.L.C have been prone to irrational, nonsensical and increasingly volatile behaviour and outbursts - often making public spectacles of themselves - resulting in members of I.F.H.C frequently being left feeling quite unsettled. The unsettled feeling I.F.H.C members often endure during these I.F.L.C outburts has been described as such:

"Like that feeling that you get when you're watching a show on T.V, and someone is really embarrassing themselves badly, and it's really tough to watch them do it to themselves, and you want them to stop - for their own sake - but they keep embarrassing themselves, and so then you want to change the channel because you can't bare to watch them embarrass themselves like that."

The battle rages on as I.F.H.C is still trying to change the channel to this day.
I hope one day my children grow up to be members of the I.F.H.C - it would make me so proud. I'd rather have my child become a heroin addict than be part of the I.F.L.C, that's for sure.
by Sal Antrosux May 18, 2007
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