Pizza Walk With Me

Let's get hyped up over some pizza.

Dan TallaricoComment
Icelandic pizza! I don’t know what it’s like in Iceland, but if it follows the same naming conventions of Greenland it is covered in grass, right? Or was that just a viking myth?Maybe, in this case, it’s covered in pizza frozen in ice. I can think of no greater torture than living in a country that is literally made out of pizza that is trapped in ice. Look at this thing, it’s literally two crispy pizzas combined into one monstrosity. Even more peculiar is that this pizza has garnered the attention of anti-obesity campaigners. Meanwhile in the United States, this would be considered the least of our obesity problems and may even be just an average meal.  iamthegoldenticket: The Double Decker Pepperoni Pizza, weighing in at 699g and 1,780 calories, is here, courtesy of Iceland supermarket. This doughy beast contains just short of the recommended daily allowance of calories for a woman and has come in for stern criticism from anti-obesity campaigners. Some things, they say, just don’t need doubling. Ho-Ly Crap.

Icelandic pizza! I don’t know what it’s like in Iceland, but if it follows the same naming conventions of Greenland it is covered in grass, right? Or was that just a viking myth?Maybe, in this case, it’s covered in pizza frozen in ice. I can think of no greater torture than living in a country that is literally made out of pizza that is trapped in ice.

Look at this thing, it’s literally two crispy pizzas combined into one monstrosity. Even more peculiar is that this pizza has garnered the attention of anti-obesity campaigners. Meanwhile in the United States, this would be considered the least of our obesity problems and may even be just an average meal. 

iamthegoldenticket:

The Double Decker Pepperoni Pizza, weighing in at 699g and 1,780 calories, is here, courtesy of Iceland supermarket. This doughy beast contains just short of the recommended daily allowance of calories for a woman and has come in for stern criticism from anti-obesity campaigners. Some things, they say, just don’t need doubling.

Ho-Ly Crap.