Posted: Feb 22, 2017 10:54PM EST


Pineapple on pizza

Last week, the president of Iceland made headlines when he said that he would outlaw pineapple pizza if he could. Then this week he clarified that he understood that was not within his jurisdiction. And then of course there are plenty of Hawaiian piz

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