The page where I truly cement Tom's evil-ness forever...he likes Hawaiian pizza! Muahahahha!...Seriously though, no offense to people who actually enjoy Hawaiian.
Dreok Crushedthroat (Guest)
I'm only minorly offended, but I understand it's ludicrously difficult to find a place that makes good Hawaiian pizza.
Wow, are we going to Yellow Diamond right off the bat and Peridot's call to her, or are we just using screenshots from that episode for the expressions? 'Canary colored' definitely fits the bill, it just seems a bit quick to go from 'Peridot snatches the Communicator' to 'Peridot yells at Yellow Diamond' so fast. Of course, maybe the whole time, Jake's plan with Peridot was to have her call Yellow Diamond to tell her she quits because she wanted to solidify Peridot as being a Crystal Gem.
Honestly it seems like they've never had much of an idea for Peridot's redemption arc, and are sort of fast tracking it due to it being nessisary to move onward.
This. Though imagine that as being for most everything.
As somebody that has worked for two different pizza places (currently a manager at the second one), Pineapple doesn't count as an evil topping, and the two most common arguments I've heard for it being wrong are stupid.
"How can you put something sweet like pineapple on something salty like pizza?" Same way I can enjoy a salty pretzel stick dipped in sweet chocolate. It's a good combination.
"Fruit doesn't belong on pizza!" So do you get your pizzas with no tomato sauce then? Tomatoes are a fruit after all. To be specific, a berry just like Pineapple.
What does not belong on Hawaiian pizza is mushrooms... ham, bacon, pineapple is a proper trinity, replacing any of them with mushroom and still calling it Hawaiian is a sin. I can understand just having ham or bacon, but still having pineapple is bare minimum requirement.
What genuinely does not belong on pizza is anchovies... if you hate the smell going in, coming out, and have to wash your hands for 10 minutes even with having worn gloves, it's not something that should be eaten in general.
Question, is the Witcher campaign comic version of Steven a Canon ending for Finn?
Cause if so, damn, that is incredibly sad and somehow in a weird universe where tabletops aren't tabletops
Possible future, yes. Canon future, questionable.