Twitter Destroys Health Blogger Who Dared To Insult Pizza

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YAS.

If you love pizza, very few things in life are comparable to the pure, cheese-filled joy that occurs when you bite into a slice.

But Naija Gym Blog, a health blogger, tried to rob the world of pizza’s unadulterated awesomeness by exposing its caloric underbelly in a total Debbie Downer of a tweet:

Two slices of pizza are the equivalent to swallowing 3 spoons of warm oil. Do you feel like eating pizza now?

We won’t even get into how Naija Gym Blog used the greasiest, unappealing $1 slices in all of New York City for this post, or how there are healthy pizza options out there or that the poster felt so righteous in their food judgy-ness that they also tweeted a freakin’ poll:

LOVE FOR PIZZA POLL😃:
Two slices of pizza are the equivalent to swallowing 3 spoons of warm oil. Do you feel like eating pizza now?
Pls RT

Thankfully, the fine “IDGAF” people of Twitter were not having any of this blogger’s foolishness. Instead, they clapped back with a pizza their minds.

Here are the sauciest responses:

@naijagym doesn’t matter how many times you tweet and retweet this. The answer will always be “YES” 😍😍😆

@naijagym I had to stop and get some pizza half way through this article.

@naijagym The next time I’m planning to swallow warm oil I’ll go for the pizza instead. Thanks for the advice!

.@naijagym: Two slices of pizza are the equivalent to swallowing 3 spoons of warm oil. Do you feel like eating pizza now?

Me:

By Elyse Wanshel

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/health-blog-blogger-insults-pizza-twitter_us_58ac6648e4b06b61e61e1e94?section=us_good-news

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