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Snoopy said:
Metallox said:

Tried the Hawaiian pizza they sold at my school. Tasted like literal shit. 

Still have nightmares about it. I think the cream cheese might have been spoiled (yes, it had that), and, combine that with the pineapple, you have one of the worst flavors ever experienced by any human being in the history of histories. 

Pineapples belong on salads, not pizza.

eww, why would you ruin a perfectly good pineapple like that?

Unless it's a fruit salad, those are actually good.



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Snoopy said:
Metallox said:

Tried the Hawaiian pizza they sold at my school. Tasted like literal shit. 

Still have nightmares about it. I think the cream cheese might have been spoiled (yes, it had that), and, combine that with the pineapple, you have one of the worst flavors ever experienced by any human being in the history of histories. 

Pineapples belong on salads, not pizza.

Agreed. 



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DonFerrari said:
Aeolus451 said:

The know-it-alls used to classify them as a vegetable and they taste like a vegetable. *shrugs

Tomato is eaven a little suggary if you don't put salt.

KBG29 said:

I am a little confused with that. So you can eat vegetables and meats alone, or mixed together, yet they wouldn't be a soup. They only become a soup when you add some sort of broth to them, then whatever mixture you combine is now a soup. Why wouldn't that be the same with cereal? You can have corn flakes, marshmallows, and fruits seperate, or mixed, but they don't have to be a soup. Now you add milk, juice, water, etc. and voila, it is a breakfest soup.

At the end of the day this doesn't really matter. I'm not going to get up and have a breakfast soup, it's a bowl of cereal. Until today though, I had never really realized that soup and a bowl of ceral in milk are essentially the same thing with different ingredients.

If you eat cereal with hot water, vegetables and meat made like a soup then sure call it a cereal soup, but that isn't what was in question as I understood.

I see. I usually have grape-nuts with strawberries or blueberries, or rasin brand, or Lucky Charms, in milk which quite soup like. 

The direct questions would be yes, no, no for me. Cheese is a topping. A Hotdog by itself is not a sandwich. Cereal by itself is not soup. 

 

Looking at the definition of soup, it is quite wide, but typically from fish, meat, or vegetables. I guess Cereal in Milk could be a close reletive to soup. Perhapps the Government should do a scientific study, so we can know for sure. =)



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1. Yes because "cheese" is general. You could add an assortment of cheeses other than mozzarella to your pie. Plus there's such thing as a Sicilian pizza that excludes hard cheese in favor of parmesan.

2. Yes but only by minimalist standards.

3. No. Soup is served hot and requires a cooking method. Cereal is served cold and requires a half a brain.



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1.) I'd say no, since I assume toppings are supplemental and not a core part of the dish. It'd be like asking if the sauce is a topping.

2.) I guess, though it would be a different definition of sandwich than I'm used to.

3.) Maybe, same as 2. I dunno if soup even has an exact definition, and Wikipedia makes it sound pretty flexible. Your reality is whatever you want it to be I guess.



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Yes. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/topping

Yes. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/sandwich

No. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/soup

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Bandorr said:

No. You can't get a Pizza without cheese. At least not that I'm aware of. How would you separate the sauce and the condiments? Who makes a pizza without cheese?

No. All sandwiches I'm aware of have a top and bottom piece of bread. Hot dog has no top. Even an "open face" sandwich still has a bottom button. The hot dog has a bottom, and two sides.

No. Cereal without milk is still Cereal. Soup without broth, or other liquids. is just letters or noodles.

edit: Although I'd consider "extra cheese" a topping.  You are asking for more than necessary thus making it a topping as opposed to a necessity.

This right here. This man knows what he is talking about. 



truly things for great philosophers of today to debate. hahaha

besides the hotdogs which i dont like at all, call them what you want, just let me know where to find them on the menu, or grocery store.