There is no dish as universally loved as pizza. A yummy, bready base is topped with a hearty tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, choicest toppings, and a drizzle of oregano seasoning! There are many regional variations of pizza that we can find depending on the country we are in. For instance, in India, restaurants have created a delicious pizza with Paneer Tikka on it. However, did you know that there are many different ways to eat pizza too? A recently surfaced viral video shows the five different ways to eat pizza, and the clip just gets funnier as it progresses. Take a look:
The video was shared on Instagram Reels by the handle @lionelfieldmusic, run by a musician duo Emiliano and Matteo. They claim to be musicians by day and 'pasta protectors' by night. The clip has received over 3.1 million views and 270k likes since the time it was shared.
First, the viral clip showed the 'normal' way to eat pizza, which was to hold it in the hand and bite into it. Then, they showed the 'New York' style, which was to fold the pizza into half and then eat it. This way too got the approval of the duo. Next, they showed the 'Psycho' way of eating pizza - which was to start with the crust first. 'The Correct Way' was shown at the end - rolling up the pizza and eating it with the crust outside and the toppings inside!
The funny video garnered lots of reactions and comments from Instagram users. "Italian police got to him before he was able to do the 5th way," wrote one user. "Why did everyone torture pizza so much? #PizzaLivesMatter," joked another one. Some also said that they would rather eat pizza with a fork and knife.
This is not the only video by the musician duo to have gone viral in the recent past. They often share hilarious reactions to bizarre cooking videos that creators share online. Recently, they had also reacted to a video of Pasta cooked with blueberries and milk. Take a look:
What did you think of the bizarre pizza-eating video? Which method of eating pizza is your favourite? Tell us in the comments below.
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