>he doesn't eat his pizza with a fork and knife
this is something only new yorkers specifically do. then they brag about their "superior pizza"
>he doesn't put peanutbutter jelly on his pizza
Are you even free?
My german fellows are always BTFO
if they see me cutting my pizza with a kitchen scissor???
How do you guys eat your ice cube pizza. I heard the Germans cut it with a scissor.
I just imagined someone with sandals and socks with the "appropriate" fishing hat, walking into Kaufland, going to the "Nonfood" section and buying one of those absurd kitchenware things that mindbogglingly simplifies already simple kitchen actions, and that arrive with instructions on use
wtf familyman, with a scissor?
This is what real New York pizza looks like. Not that fake Domino's or Papa John's poo
Try to eat a real pizza like that I dare you
> There are people in this very thread that eat pizza with fork and knife
> There might be even people that put ketchup on their pizza
>I'm willing to pay $15 for the same pizza, just to show people i'm not poor
Depends If you put it on top of the Pizza or whether you mix it through the tomato base
If you put it on top It tastes how'd you think ie; shit
If you thoroughly mix it through the tomato base it tastes amazing
your face when brazilians put ketchup AND MAYONNAISE on the pizza
>all the threads are slowly becoming the same
>american/yuro flamewars everywhere
>subject matters surrounding the flamewars are more narrow by the day
It's slowly coming to an end, lads. I'm going to reddit soon.
depends on the slice. Some places do an alright NY style slice that is both massive and thin - those get folded. Some places have a thicker, or crispier crust - those get eaten the way god intended. Some places make a mean Chicago-styled pizza-stuff casserole pie - those are generally a cutlery kind of thing.