Welcome to the Thursday food "nooooo." That's "nooooo" as in "no way", "no they didn't", or "no one in their right mind would buy that."
Today’s “nooooo” comes to us from nucleartoast.com, and it’s not so much of a “no one in their right mind would buy that” but a “no one in their right mind would make that.” Nuclear Toast is the name of “a computer geek who spends more time surfing the internet and playing computer games than most people do being awake.” Apparently this computer geek has an iron stomach because back in 2007 he created the McPizza, and has lived to continue blogging.
What’s a McPizza? It’s a whole wheat Boboli crust covered in sauce, slices of jalapenos, McToppings (2 cheeseburgers, fries, and a few McNuggets), and a pile of shredded fat free cheese. Nuclear Toast calls this a cooksperiment.
Despite the nastiness of it all, I have to applaud his innovation and his ability to create new words. This is what he has to say about his McPizza.
To answer everyone's first question, it tastes exactly like you'd expect. Hamburger+pizza or french fries+pizza or chicken nugglets+pizza. That being said, this is one of the most awesome pizzas I've ever had, and believe me, I've put away my fair share. The pickles in the cheeseburger are a nice touch; the fries are just amazing this way, and the chicken McNuggets are surprisingly delicious. Maybe it's just the jalapenos.
The kind of meal that requires a doctor's visit. The whole thing just looks wrong. (Lynn)
love that you are using a whole wheat crust and fat free cheese and then adding that poison called McDonald’s on it! Are you trying to get heart disease? (Ash)
THat is SO WRONG... did it taste good? (Dave)
YOU ARE AN AMERICAN HERO (anonymous)
What do you think? “Nooooo” or “HERO?” And would you want to have a taste?
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