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2012-05-08 12:17:59 AM

henryhill: www.gusto.com


Stone the blasphemer!
 
2012-05-08 12:18:03 AM
pizza is like sex

harder to eat after you know someone else's dick has been in it
 
2012-05-08 12:18:08 AM
Well Rob, What the fark should we have on our pizza?
 
2012-05-08 12:19:09 AM

no icon tact: Gumby's Pizza


When I was at school at the U of Wisconsin in Madison if someone ordered Gumby's you just fell sorry for them cause they obviously had no idea about pizza.
 
2012-05-08 12:19:57 AM
In Taiwan, I went to a pizza joint that specialized in 'Canadian' cuisine. When I told them I was from Canada, they prepared me a special 'Canadian' pizza...

Sauce: Mayonnaise
Toppings: Corn, fake crab meat, olives, and more mayonnaise.

Good times.
 
2012-05-08 12:20:12 AM
we called it Cumby's back home
 
2012-05-08 12:21:03 AM

FunkOut: uber humper: uber humper: eated

eaten, damn it

They made you a pizza but then you eated it.

You're that sad cat from the picture, aren't you? I knew he looked shroomed out.


If called out, I could of played it off as a meme
 
2012-05-08 12:21:33 AM

Dead for Tax Reasons: 1. Chicago style


In fairness, chicago style is really just a casserole.
 
2012-05-08 12:21:38 AM

Edwardo17: In Taiwan, I went to a pizza joint that specialized in 'Canadian' cuisine. When I told them I was from Canada, they prepared me a special 'Canadian' pizza...

Sauce: Mayonnaise
Toppings: Corn, fake crab meat, olives, and more mayonnaise.

Good times.


Cripes. If I think of a pizza that's Canadian, it's usually something with bacon and cheddar on it.
 
2012-05-08 12:22:06 AM
Macaroni & Cheese Pizza in the frozen food section of Fred Meyers.
 
2012-05-08 12:23:32 AM
You pizza snobs are silly. I'd try all but the last on the list. Slices of them, at least.
 
2012-05-08 12:23:44 AM

MrRobotozilla: After seeing the hot dog pizza I had to make it myself. Home made bacon topped pizza with brats in the crust. Farking fantastic.


want.

badly.
 
2012-05-08 12:24:12 AM

dontbreakthebend: The My Little Pony Killer: Dead for Tax Reasons: 1. Chicago style

Magnificent.

The only thing magnificent about this is that it took three posts to appear. These pizza troll threads are getting pretty tired. Get over it. I like New York Style, and I like Chicago style, but they are two different things. Essentially, this is going to turn into a linguistics debate, not a food discussion.


Boo hoo.
 
2012-05-08 12:26:54 AM
I once made a pizza with havarti, hoi sin sauce, broccoli, and bean sprouts. I called it "That's What's In The Fridge" pizza.
 
2012-05-08 12:27:38 AM

borg: oi_piss_me_off: The Hong Kong one isn't that strange, it's just a lot of cheese, which i guess is pretty strange since most Chinese people don't eat a lot of cheese. I've been to the Pizza Huts in Hong Kong, they're pretty fancy and not like what you see in the states. My cousin said that they also try to market Burger King as something fancy too because it has the world "king" in it.

If that were true I imagine Burger KIng would have just called it what they call it in Australia "Hungry Jack's"


It is Hungry Jacks in Australia because when Burger King wanted to start up here another company was already using Burger King as their name. By the time they went through law suits and negotiations, they had been retailing as Hungry Jacks for so long it didn't make sense to change the brand.
 
2012-05-08 12:28:10 AM
And you thought pineapple as a topping was foul

You know what.. just fark you Rob.
 
2012-05-08 12:28:42 AM
www.mirror.co.uk

As Bill Maher said, a pizza fit for Marcus Bachmann (it comes with a weenie in the rim)
 
2012-05-08 12:29:42 AM
Bonus: Not slideshow
Punishment for no slideshow: All the frikking videos
 
2012-05-08 12:30:29 AM
I was once told the Pizza Hut in Karachi, Pakistan had the best BBQ chicken pizza ever, and had it long before they started selling it here. Plus it wasn't the nastiness they sell here, but actual chicken BBQ'd Pakistani style (I assume something close to a Tandori style)

I'll never know though.
 
2012-05-08 12:31:39 AM
That coconut shrimp pizza sounds pretty good, actually.

I made a tomato-less hummus and black olive pizza for a lactose intolerant friend that came out pretty good. Goes even better if you top it with ricotta, but don't tell him that.

I think I need to try FunkOut's pizza next.
 
2012-05-08 12:31:50 AM
"...they may be a feast for the eyes but they won't affect your thighs."
Hunh???
 
2012-05-08 12:33:06 AM

meat0918: I was once told the Pizza Hut in Karachi, Pakistan had the best BBQ chicken pizza ever, and had it long before they started selling it here. Plus it wasn't the nastiness they sell here, but actual chicken BBQ'd Pakistani style (I assume something close to a Tandori style)

I'll never know though.


A lot of pizza places in the Fraser Valley in B.C. are owned by Punjabi people. Do they ever make fantastic pizzas. They themselves have taken to pizza as their favourite non-Indian good and then they mix the two ideas together. I had some amazing BBQ chicken pizza from one place in Abbotsford.
 
2012-05-08 12:34:53 AM

fusillade762: Japan has a lot of weird pizza-type things. I have a friend who lives there and he's always sending us pictures of their mad scientist food experiments.

Squid ink pizza

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Egg and shrimp and god knows what else

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Then there's Sweden's banana pineapple curry pizza

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Pineapple and curry sounds alright, but WTF does banana add? I guess in Sweden banana is some sort of exotic fruit.
 
2012-05-08 12:35:06 AM

DeltaPunch: WhyteRaven74: I'd gladly give any of those pizzas a shot. Now who wants to buy me some plane tickets and get me some hotel reservations so I can do it?

Seriously. And one of the most famous pizza toppings in Japan is shirasu, or boiled baby anchovies. They're like little white worms with black eyes that stare back at you from beyond the grave (see pic below). Also, it's delicious. :)

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I dont see any fish there under all that grated parmesan cheese... Waitaminute....

/no seriously, that looks delicious
 
2012-05-08 12:35:13 AM

sno man: Dead for Tax Reasons: 1. Chicago style

okay I'll play...

2. New York style


Sorry, chicago style is not pizza, its lasagna but substituting dough for the pasta, if I want lasagna I will order lasagna, otherwise I will order pizza.

Also, all of you know you would try the hot dog crust pizza, it would have been great on drunken college nights.
 
2012-05-08 12:35:39 AM

Froman: To be fair, if you're a tourist who doesn't know what you're doing then you will probably end up with disgusting pizza.


On the other hand, if you know some natives who insist that you should try this one awesome place under the Brooklyn bridge or whatnot, you'll still get some pretty lousy pizza.

I've been through this dialog several times when visiting NYC. My friends tell me I've just been to the wrong places, and they rave about some awesome pizza place that is like the best in the city, and I say "that's what you said last time," and they say no, no, this is the real deal, and so we go to get some pizza, and it's just a plain piece of pizza. Not bad, but nothing more than not bad. It's like the infimum of acceptible pizza. Like a Ford Taurus of pizza. And people are just blowing their load about how awesome it is---it's like New Yorkers view pizza through the same lens they use to judge rent prices and closet space.

This is, I think, the weirdest aspect of NYC cuisine. With respect to every other food, people in the city are supertaster gourmands and highly demanding and critical; but when it comes to pizza, you just need to make something that is flat and round and not freezer-section crappy, and everyone thinks its some kind of ambrosia.
 
2012-05-08 12:36:32 AM
Let's just keep the mayo away from pizza.
 
2012-05-08 12:37:18 AM
Pizza i'm doing right now: greasy keyboard special:
little 5 inch deep dish pepperoni and cheese thing from mama rosa's- 4 for 3 bucks in the cheese section. slice up 2 mushrooms, 4 big black olives, teaspoon minced garlic, 2 tablespoons pizza sauce, mozzarella on top, parmesan on top of that. nuke for 3 minutes. slice into six little bite size slices. Not enough? repeat as necessary.
 
2012-05-08 12:39:58 AM

Buffet: "...they may be a feast for the eyes but they won't affect your thighs."
Hunh???


He's saying that watching videos of food will not cause you to gain weight.
 
2012-05-08 12:41:25 AM

The Shatner Incident: Worst pizza I EVER had was from a shiathole chain called Pizza Pros in Killeen, TX. The only time it was worth eating was when I was very poor and very drunk.


I think I worked for them. It was in Las Cruces, NM. They were based in El Paso, TX. Not good pizza, but you grew accustomed to it when it was free.
 
2012-05-08 12:41:50 AM

phule: Well Rob, What the fark should we have on our pizza?


Tuna, Anchovies, Black Olives should be your starting point. Maybe squid as well.

/I am the asshole that orders the sea food pizza on game night.
//nomnomnomnom
 
2012-05-08 12:42:30 AM

Xcott: This is, I think, the weirdest aspect of NYC cuisine. With respect to every other food, people in the city are supertaster gourmands and highly demanding and critical; but when it comes to pizza, you just need to make something that is flat and round and not freezer-section crappy, and everyone thinks its some kind of ambrosia.


It's like buying BBQ in Texas. Everyplace is the best there is. There is no such thing as bad BBQ. The fact is, quite a bit is as dry as jerky.
 
2012-05-08 12:42:56 AM
Weirdest pizza I ever ate was a home made (from scratch) pizza in NW Montana. Green tomato sauce (not enough sun to redden the tomatoes that year), Velveeta cheese, some really outstanding salmon, and some oregano. I know it sounds like a travesty, and honestly it looked like one. But I will be damned if it wasn't really, really good.
 
2012-05-08 12:43:12 AM

FunkOut: meat0918: I was once told the Pizza Hut in Karachi, Pakistan had the best BBQ chicken pizza ever, and had it long before they started selling it here. Plus it wasn't the nastiness they sell here, but actual chicken BBQ'd Pakistani style (I assume something close to a Tandori style)

I'll never know though.

A lot of pizza places in the Fraser Valley in B.C. are owned by Punjabi people. Do they ever make fantastic pizzas. They themselves have taken to pizza as their favourite non-Indian good and then they mix the two ideas together. I had some amazing BBQ chicken pizza from one place in Abbotsford.


The district of Gulshan Iqbal in Karachi has a fantastic Pizza Hut that sells the Tandoori Chicken pizza. Basically the greatest thing ever.
There's a hole in the wall called H67 in Saskatoon, SK that has a fairly decent Tandoori Chicken pizza too. A delicious slice of home right here in the ice box of the world.

/Would like to know which tasteless idiot decided that pineapples and pizza went together. DIAF, you ingrate.
 
2012-05-08 12:44:46 AM
Given a choice between no pizza ever again or only Pizza Hut pizza I think that I would be fine without pizza until I died.
 
2012-05-08 12:46:27 AM

Balchinian: Weirdest pizza I ever ate was a home made (from scratch) pizza in NW Montana. Green tomato sauce (not enough sun to redden the tomatoes that year), Velveeta cheese, some really outstanding salmon, and some oregano. I know it sounds like a travesty, and honestly it looked like one. But I will be damned if it wasn't really, really good.


Then, what did you do with the Velveeta and green tomato?
 
2012-05-08 12:46:51 AM
I like pineapples on pizza. With ham. Hold the mayo.
 
2012-05-08 12:47:34 AM

wildcardjack: The Full Punjabi didn't look that bad. It's just a bunch of veggies on a pizza.

I'd be willing to bet that surströmming pizza would be the most disgusting pizza if you could open a can inside city limits.

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Hit: Normal people throw away cans that are bulging.


Surströmming is the only food to date that I have refused to at least try to eat. There have been some foods that made me gag and I had to spit it right back out, but I could not even bring myself to try and get surströmming near my mouth. Hell, I could not even bring myself to approach it. The smell was that disgusting.
 
2012-05-08 12:48:06 AM
Also, funkout, Karachi is in Sindh. Not Punjab. Although I will admit that Punjabi cuisine is by far the best in the country. Particularly fish in Lahore. Farking delicious
 
2012-05-08 12:50:47 AM
xcott
This is, I think, the weirdest aspect of NYC cuisine. With respect to every other food, people in the city are supertaster gourmands and highly demanding and critical; but when it comes to pizza, you just need to make something that is flat and round and not freezer-section crappy, and everyone thinks its some kind of ambrosia.

Oh man, you too? I used to travel around the state (by which I mean NYC, Kingston, Albany, Syracuse, Buffalo) working for a health insurance company based in Manhattan and that's all I'd hear. "Try our pizza!"

Guys, I'm from upstate, not f*cking Alaska. But whatever, I'd try it. Then I'd feel torn between telling a white lie or that I've had better from a sweet old Chinese couple outside of Poughkeepsie.

/Mrs. Wu could make a mean tomato sauce
 
2012-05-08 12:51:11 AM
The place: St Andrews, Scotland.

The toppings: Lamb, green peppers, gorgonzola cheese.

The verdict: Weird, but can't wait to go back to try it again...
 
2012-05-08 12:52:53 AM
Pizza Hut meat lovers, stuffed crust.

THAT IS ALL!!!!!!
 
2012-05-08 12:53:59 AM

Cyno01: DeltaPunch: WhyteRaven74: I'd gladly give any of those pizzas a shot. Now who wants to buy me some plane tickets and get me some hotel reservations so I can do it?

Seriously. And one of the most famous pizza toppings in Japan is shirasu, or boiled baby anchovies. They're like little white worms with black eyes that stare back at you from beyond the grave (see pic below). Also, it's delicious. :)

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I dont see any fish there under all that grated parmesan cheese... Waitaminute....

/no seriously, that looks delicious


It's fantastic. The shirasu doesn't have a strong fishy taste because of being boiled. And some of them get a little toasty brown from oven heat. It's like a meaty dash of salt on the pizza. Mmmm-mmmm
 
2012-05-08 12:54:21 AM

fmk040: Also, funkout, Karachi is in Sindh. Not Punjab. Although I will admit that Punjabi cuisine is by far the best in the country. Particularly fish in Lahore. Farking delicious


I know Punjabis are really picky about their vegetables. They opened up their own produce markets here. I think they hold cooking in very high regard, it's not something they cut corners on.
 
2012-05-08 12:55:27 AM
The "Philippines' Star Pops pizza" makes me think of one of my ex girlfriends for some reason.

Just sayin'
 
2012-05-08 12:58:07 AM
I see nothing wrong with that 6 cheese pizza.

/taking notes...
 
2012-05-08 01:01:16 AM

TV's Vinnie: The "Philippines' Star Pops pizza" makes me think of one of my ex girlfriends for some reason.

Just sayin'


You cut into pieces and ate her, too?
 
2012-05-08 01:03:53 AM

fmk040: /Would like to know which tasteless idiot decided that pineapples and pizza went together. DIAF, you ingrate.


Some stoned college dude.
 
2012-05-08 01:05:56 AM
In the early 90s, I was part of a small team of Canadian IT guys who set-up the first one-number national pizza delivery call-center in the UK. It was a weird culture shock to discover what the Brits like to put on their pizza.

I've forgotten most of the menu, but I do remember sweet corn was a choice of topping. It was actually not bad. Strange, but not bad.

/CSB
Addresses in the UK are so strange and convoluted that in those pre-GPS days our pizza delivery system was actually more accurate in identifying a caller's location, and the location of the closest franchise, than 999's new ambulance dispatch service that had been rolled-out, than had to be cancelled, the previous summer.
 
2012-05-08 01:07:55 AM
Regionals are Regionals. Location Location Location.
 
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