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Frozen yakisoba pizza

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Pizza La will market a new frozen pizza based on their most popular menu item, with the addition of “yakisoba” - grilled ramen noodles. Teriyaki sauce will replace traditional pizza sauce on the new creation. Like many popular Japanese pizzas, this one is given a generous mayonnaise topping, as well.

Additionally, the menagerie of toppings includes chicken and pork mince meat, onion, corn, red peppers and more. The 146-gram pizza will be available in supermarkets and convenience stores for for 190 yen beginning Sept 20.

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Frozen yakisoba pizza!!! That sure doesn`t sound that delicious to me.

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It's an instant yakisoba with the flavor of the teriyaki chicken pizza. A collaboration product with Maruchan, and it seems to be the third time they make one.

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From the makers of some truly vile delivered pizza, comes this frozen mass of microwavable dung. Yummy.

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Frozen + Yakisoba + Pizza =Um, No.

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Can I get double mayo with that?

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Oh dear!

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I'm sorry, but that sounds absolutely disgusting.

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Do you get your daily allowance of vitamins?

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I usually steer away from frozen anything (except for ice-cream, of course). I'm definitely not going to change my eating habbit with this product!

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It was really only a matter of time.

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They should try Yogurt as a sauce.

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Finally, a choice between bland, lukewarm oden cr@p or this frozen, monstrous Frankenpizza at the local conbini...

I really gotta' find a girlfriend who can cook....

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@kansaifun: "Frankenpizza"! Hysterical - I love it! But seriously, maybe instead of finding a GF who can cook, maybe you'll take it upon yourself to learn to prepare a few nutritious meals for yourself!! What a novel concept! Or, better yet, you learn to cook and THEN you'll be able to attract a GF!! Good luck!

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Carbohydrates, more carbohydrates, sugar, salt, saturated fat, some chicken and pig eyelids and arses and a few sprinkles of dried veg.....all the things a growing lad needs.

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reading the description alone almost made me gag...

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I'm on a diet do they have it in low-cal??..and without the pig arses ??

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No thanks! The only pizza that I like now is UNO. Whenever I go to US, I have to get their Chicago Deep Dish.

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Here is a "Billy Madison" inspired response to this vile offering.

Pizza la, what you have just produced is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever seen. At no point in your gross, disgusting offering were you even close to anything that could be considered a edible food. Everyone with decency in this country is now appalled at the thought of it. I hope you go bankrupt, and may God have mercy on your soul.

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Obviously, we are not the intended demographic for this offering.

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nightmarish

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blaaaaugh.

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Hey, Hot Dogs with Mayo, sweet beans in a bun, fish eggs on a roll, Mochi with the gooiest strange ingredients stuffed inside them, now this??? Honestly, I was only surprised that this hasn't come out sooner! Japan makes some great traditional, but when it comes to hybrids and experimental cuisine or to a lesser extent; "junk food." Japan should call it quits! This is truly a train wreck on steroids!

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I would love to see them market this product in Naples Italy.

You can call it pizza, but that ain't pizza.

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I would love to see them market this product in Naples Italy.

No, they can't do that. That would piss Italy off and they would stop Italian tourist from visiting Japan...like some other country. I'm not mentioning any names here.

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actually... sounds kinda yummy 0.0

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Just wrong.In so many ways

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