The last time you were eating pizza (If you're into that type of thing), what did you think? Did you think "Oh my god, this is mind rockingly awesome, like having an orgasm in my mouth?" Or did you think, "America, this country that I live in, likes to take native foods from other countries, bastardize them, then try to sell them back to Americans and make them think it's genuine?" Well that's what I thought.
Let's take a closer look at pizza. It comes from Italy. Same place as pasta, breadsticks, and salads complete with those olives that you can fit on your fingers so you look like an alien [kind of].
Never mind, that's just from Olive Garden. But Pizza is actually from Italy, I swear. At least that what we're taught as kids. Then again, how many people have actually been to Italy? Does it even exist? There's not possible way a country could look exactly like a boot- I call photoshop.
It doesn't matter, because we have pizza in this modern age, which makes everything good. Unless you're talking about Hawaiian pizza. That stuff is just gross. And it's not even close to Hawaiian. Pineapples? I really doubt that all pineapples come from Hawaii. That's like saying that the only fat people come from America. Then there's the 'bacon.' Never mind the fact that it's not real bacon, it's from Canada. CANADIAN BACON. On a pizza deemed to be HAWAIIAN. Can you see anything wrong with this picture?
First off, the sauce was ranch and barbecue sauce- which is almost the exact same composition of the blood that runs through the veins of Americans. Next, it had meat. Lots of meat, because we have tons of land to grow up our animals big and fat before we cut them up and shove them down our gizzards. Tiny girly countries can't afford this luxury, and therefore can't eat as much amazing protein to help them grow big and strong and have the ability to win wars. Wars are won not on the backs of pigs, but on the bellies, right where the bacon is at. Uh Rah.
So although we steal the native foods of other countries, we make them bigger, better, and overall more delicious. Which is what counts.