Even the President of Iceland has serious feelings about the pineapple-on-pizza debate
Whether or not to put pineapple on a pizza is so controversial, even world leaders have to get involved.
The President of Iceland announced that if were up to him to make the laws, he would ban the use of pineapple as a pizza topping altogether.
The comments came while Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson was answering questions at a local high school. The announcement has been dubbed by Iceland Magazine as a “political bombshell,” with thousands on the internet weighing in on the president’s opinions.
Some think Jóhannesson’s comments are enlightened, and his distaste for pineapple on pizza is a sign of his strong leadership.
At the same time, other folks are of the opinion that the president’s would-be pineapple ban is a violation of their freedoms.
We’re of the opinion that pineapple lovers should continue to have access to their pizza topping of choice, but anyone who truly dislikes the trend should keep their eyes on Iceland, to see if the country will someday be a pineapple-free refuge.