One of the internet's most passionate debates in recent years has focused on a single issue: is pineapple on pizza desirable, or even acceptable?
It's not my place to comment on such a controversial issue. Indeed, there aren't many figures out there whose opinions I would truly trust on such a hot button topic. Chef Gordon Ramsay is perhaps one, or maybe Ignis from Final Fantasy XV. To my surprise, however, it was Master Chief himself who has finally ended the controversy once and for all.
Teaming up with YouTuber, streamer, and generally-lovely chap Greenskull, voice actor Steve Downes of Master Chief fame lent his dulcet tones to the following message, once and for all ending the debate over pineapple on pizza.
I asked Master Chief if pineapple belongs on pizza pic.twitter.com/h1rJlivYn2I asked Master Chief if pineapple belongs on pizza pic.twitter.com/h1rJlivYn2— Greenskull (@Greenskull) April 16, 2020April 16, 2020
While the Chief finds pineapple on pizza to be an, and I quote, "abomination," he accepts Greenskull's preference for the fruity dish. Thus is an enduring, heartwarming message of friendship and bridge-building in an era of uncertainty. Or something like that.
Where do you stand on this thoroughly important topic? Let us know in our comment section.
Pineapple on pizza is actually awesome by the way.
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As I always tell people, it depends on the pizza itself, some pizza sauces and/or crusts it just doesn't work with. I'm also referring to a Hawaiian recipe here, as an extra topping it always depends. I have had it where it was terrible and other times fantastic, especially with jalapeños!
I'll eat it all. Give me all of the pizza.
Master Chief as per usual is correct. I don't know why the ancient Hawaiians invented it thousands of years ago, they must have been high.
Such a tired même. Don't eat it. Leave it to those of us who like it and move on with your life...
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