I would totally limp along the 55 out of position multiway... as well as 22, 33, 44, 66, 77, 88, 99, 78s, 89s, 9Ts, JTs/o, T8s, J9s, QJs/o, QTs/o, Q9s, K9s,
The key for me here is being out of position with too many opponents. Half of those I would raise if we were on the button, and even more would be raised if there were fewer opponents in the pot with us whether we were in position or not.
If people wanna raise hands like that out of position multiway then that's fine... but that's more of a high variance LAG style imo, which can have greater rewards but kinda tricky in these extreme rake loose games when our own post flop 'skills' are not exactly expert... I sometimes think the LAG style is better for playing against tight players, or a style best used by really solid players who know the game inside out.
Note the difference between:
Getting in pots with speculative hands out of position with many loose players for value (good)
(easy to hit big or get away from)
Raising speculative hands out of position with too many loose opponents (high variance?)
(possible to hit slightly bigger/get more action because people don't respect you, but more expensive to get away from even if you don't C-Bet, and greater danger of making expensive post flop errors ie continuing on bad boards)
And please note this all changes if we had position or less opponents.