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Iceland’s President States He’s Determined To Ban Pineapple As A Pizza Topping

Ham Pineapple Pizza

Something we can all get behind.

The President of Iceland, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, has weighed in on one of the most hotly debated subjects for many years: Should Pineapple be allowed on Pizza?

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In a time of severe political unrest and contention, it is surprising that Mr Jóhannesson has decided to enter this political war zonein the current climate and drop the bombshell that he did. During a visit to a high school in the town of Akureyri in Nothern Iceland, the former history professor had been chatting away with students about the history of Iceland and the school itself. However, things quickly got controversial when Guðni opened the floor to take questions from students.

Guðni answered several questions surrounding his personal life and which football team he supported (which turned out to be Manchester Utd – hardly surprising given that he’s not from Manchester) and then decided to drop the biggest political bombshell since Trump seized power.

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When asked what his opinion was of pineapple as a pizza topping was, Guðni said he was against putting it on pizza. However, not done there, he then said if he could pass laws on his own he would ban pineapple as a pizza topping altogether.

Guðni’s approval ratings currently stand at 97% which is insanely high for a politician and there can be no doubt that percentage  will edge up a little bit more after this latest revelation as let’s face it, no one really likes pineapple on their pizza.

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