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I'm Settling The Great Debate On Pineapple On Pizza: Delicious

Ah, the sweet sounds of disgust to equal amounts of offended gasps.

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So at this rate, we've all heard some form of the infamous question, "Do you like pineapple pizza?"

Personally, and I answer this with great caution as someone who has friends who dislike it, I like pineapples on my pizza.

Luckily for those who are against pizza, they have Gordon Ramsay.

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Onward to the second question that immediately follows it: Why? Just. Why?

For those who love pineapple on pizza, they love the shift of flavors, the crisp texture of the pineapple, a sweet contrast against the salty tomato sauce. The hot stretch of cheese when you pull the slice away from your mouth, puffs of smoke rising from the bite and grease dripping onto a plate. There, right there, the contrast of gooey and crunchy, sweet and salty, can be a delicious flavor.

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And there are maybe some others who are reading that and thinking: 'Uh, no. That's disgusting.'

That's cool too.

One cold hard fact in life is that not everyone will agree on something (even if that person is wrong). It's annoying and can sometimes be overwhelming, other times terrifying. But no matter how much you push an idea, a person will not, by any chance in that time period, change their mind.

Maybe in the future, their taste buds will change and they will agree to pineapple on pizza. But at the current time, that person does not like pineapple pizza and that won't change. Until then, it's probably a better idea to just let people do them and to stick to a non-pineapple-on-pizza life.

If someone tries to poison or tamper with the pineapple pizza in any way, because said person disagrees with it, then maybe it's a good idea to call 911.

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