You need only to Google “pineapple pizza” to know the internet loves itself a good (if not: dumb, hilarious) food fight. The latest debate tearing friends, families, and lovers apart?
Our personal opinion? Pulp’s delicious. It’s juice, and then some. But we’re just the documentarian, not the dictator, so here’s what those online have to say/scream about it:
On Twitter, pulp advocates shamed no-pulp devotees for liking orange juice they feel is artificial and designed for children.
I NEED A DUDE WHO LOVES ORANGE JUICE WITH PULP JUST LIKE ME BECAUSE I AINT BUYING TWO TYPES OF ORANGE JUICES DA FUCK.
A (@_pizzawitnessah) March 20, 2017
If you don’t like pulp in your orange juice you’re weak and natural selection is coming for you.
postlogue (@postlogue) March 22, 2017
y’all out here drinking orange juice WITHOUT pulp? disgusting.
Gabriel (@pocketsenpai) March 24, 2017
Orange juice without pulp feels naked
amanda pham (@amandaapham) February 28, 2017
why does orange juice without pulp even exist bro u feel me
luna (@_darthvaderr) March 21, 2017
I just want a big glass of orange juice with a bunch of pulp. Pulp stays in orange juice,if you drink it without the pulp don’t talk to me.
aleeta (@aleetaleann) March 5, 2017
Meanwhile, pulp-haters decried pulp as “bitter.” Some acknowledged, though, that orange juice without pulp is less “orange juice” and more “orange-flavored juice.”
A fair point, though it must be said: Tang’s one of humankind’s greatest inventions.
[Ed. Tang is “orange drink.” So is Sunny Delight, for that matter. Calling Tang “juice” is like calling ketchup “tomato sauce.” It’s just wrong.]
But we digress:
If you drink your orange juice with pulp in it you nasty
ung Satchmo (@airmaxgang) March 23, 2017
I SUPPORT ORANGE JUICE WITH NO PULP AND ONLY NO PULP
ebon (@abstractnights) March 20, 2017
Orange juice WITHOUT pulp > Orange juice WITH pulp
j. (@haulyuhass) March 10, 2017
Orange juice without pulp isn’t orange juice I’ll acknowledge
creative director (@SaigeSmoove) March 13, 2017
Friends, never underestimate the internet’s ability to get mad about food and beverages. Is it a blessing? Is it a curse? No idea, but it sure makes the cesspool of Twitter a little more fun.
[H/T: Twitter Moments]
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