Pretty much everyone loves pizza. That much we can agree on. But there are certain toppings that just do not belong on pizza. And one of them is definitely pineapple! Many will agree with me, but others who don't just became a little outraged due to the polarizing topic. Let's discuss some reasons why this is...

There's many obvious reasons for this. For some, it's simply the blended flavor of cheese, sauce, crust, and pineapple...GROSS! Everything sounded great until the pineapple part. Others don't like it because of the strange texture that pineapple brings to the pizza. It doesn't work. Those are examples of simple opinions. But those don't even begin to dive into the heart of the real issue; Why pineapple truly doesn't belong on pizza in Wyoming...

Reasons Why Pineapple Does Not Belong on Pizza in Wyoming

There you have it. More than enough reasons to never think about putting pineapple on your pizza ever again. Not just in Wyoming, but anywhere...I mean, I guess it's fine up in Canada. If you read the thing about Canada, then based on that, I'm sure it's like their pepperoni up there.

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