My personal reasoning is that everyone likes sweet and salty right? Well the pineapple is the sweet to pizza's salty
(Probably already have by the time you see this)
And why is cheese lumped in with plain? Who on earth eats a plain pizza, and who would consider cheese to be plain?
The servers at the Italian restaurants I frequent understand English and know the difference between bell peppers and the Italian word for them, pepperoni. Incidentally, a friend sold his old, 900-lb. boar hog recently at a local sale barn for six cents a pound, nearly nothing. My friend asked the buyer what he planned to do with the old hog. The buyer replied, "Take him back to Chicago and turn him into pure gold. He'll soon be pepperoni." Now I know why they have to add so many extra spices to pepperoni.
Probably Europeans feel the same way when McDonald's come out with it's "Le French" burger. :D
It's one of the pies you know will be sitting there ready by the slice wherever you go
And I speak for all Europeans...
No, it's fine. Everyone can have their own taste.
(And if you think that fruit on pizza is the reason why it is wrong, you put tomato on a pizza, and that is technically a fruit, so should you stop having tomato on your pizza?)