On the January 24 edition of The New York Times’ Magazine’s One-Page Magazine, pizza was referred to as “meh.” Yes, “meh.”
Officially: “Not hot, not not, just meh”
And then…a new statement about pizza from The Times. Obviously this would be an apology to the masses.
But no, it was DEFENDING that PIZZA — our beloved food that tastes great 3 am on a Saturday or cold (mmm especially cold) — was meh.
We cannot stand for this, Internet. We must revolt.
STAND FOR PIZZA.
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