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LOOK: Strawberries on pizza become another issue for netizens

/ 09:59 AM November 01, 2017

Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

A netizen recently uploaded the photo of a pizza topped with strawberries and sparked a myriad of mostly “Oh, no!” reactions from Twitter users.

Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

Those who debated over the validity of pineapples on pizza paused to address this culinary challenge.

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Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

Others still thought pineapples were better.

Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

Some disagreed and offered some cleaning liquid to drink for the pineapple lovers.

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Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

On the other hand, the strawberry camp just wanted to be left alone to enjoy their pizza.

Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

The disbelief in other netizens had been too great.

Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

Mostly, people appeared to agree that it was plain disgusting.

Image: Twitter/Screengrabbed from @MoonEmojii

The long-running pizza debate may have become a three-way argument on which topping should be allowed or neither of the two. /ra

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TOPICS: junk food, pineapple on pizza, Pizza, pizza toppings, strawberry on pizza, tragedy
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