We can deal with a certain amount of experimentation on pizza.
But we can’t commiserate with the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Bill English, who happens to like putting canned spaghetti on his pizza.
A true abomination and clearly the sign of an unstable leader, if ever there was.
“Cooked dinner for the family last night — like if you agree with tinned spaghetti on pizza!” a thrilled English wrote in a Facebook post.
His photos shows the kind of cheap “spaghetti” that comes in a can (and its accompanying tomato sauce) dribbling out the side of the base, then what appears to be ham, tomato, and oh god, pineapple. The stodginess of it all. Truly upsetting.
Thankfully, not all New Zealanders are as unhinged as their leader — mixing two foods that should never, ever be together.
This is not how you relate to the people, English.
Tinned spaghetti on pizza is a far, FAR greater abomination than pineapple. FIGHT ME
— Easy D and the Boyz (@dimsie) April 4, 2017
How can we have a prime minister running this country that enjoys pineapple and spaghetti on pizza.
— Bam Bam (@BamBamNZ) April 5, 2017
For anyone wondering how our fuckass little nation is doing: the prime minister just proudly posted his spaghetti-and-pineapple pizza on FB.
— donnie (@donniemnemonic) April 4, 2017
How could someone conceive this awful creation? Well, it seems canned spaghetti is a food constantly served to the kids of New Zealand.
I was fed spaghetti on pizza as a kid. To me, it reeks of provincial desperation and sadness & makes me unbearably angry.
— gin (@patho_gin) April 4, 2017
We’ll pass, thank you.