Twitter is infested with some of the worst food combinations, like strawberry-topped pizza and Pop-Tart cold cheese sandwiches. Now we can add a holiday treat to the list, as someone thought it was a good idea to make a candy cane pizza.
David Sanchez of Chicago, Illinois probably thought this pizza was a viral sensation waiting to happen, and it kind of worked, as he successfully disgusted anyone who saw this abomination.
‘Tis the season…to be jolly, my dudes.
— david sanchez (@gotham146) December 2, 2017
The pizza consisted of pizza sauce, shredded cheese, candy canes, Santa candy, all on top of a DiGiorno crust.
It didn’t take long for the responses and GIFs to start rolling in, and they were priceless:
— 🦉 (@_Sample23) December 6, 2017
— VMT (@VictorT2012) December 6, 2017
— Fifa Khalifa (@C_Fount) December 4, 2017
— Anna Scholl (@Scholl5Anna) December 6, 2017
— laurits🎄 (@fetchpml) December 6, 2017
— ChiefBaron000 (@ChiefBaron000) December 6, 2017
Shortly after Sanchez tweeted out his candy-based pizza, DiGiorno made it very clear that they did not cosign this Christmas disaster, with a swift response of “NO NO NO.”
NO NO NO https://t.co/f0wvSGdzIG
— DiGiorno Pizza (@DiGiornoPizza) December 2, 2017
DiGiorno didn’t stop there, as they could not let go of this atrocious pizza that was sweeping through Twitter, and asked that these tragic pizza experiments end.
First candy corn.
Now candy canes.
Next PLEASE STOP DOING THIS
— DiGiorno Pizza (@DiGiornoPizza) December 3, 2017
That’s what happens when you have the power to easily create. DiGiorno recklessly gave out this kind of power, now they have to live with the consequences.