Come now, Rob. I'm as fond as the next man of gourmet food but a good, spicy pizza can be a joy as well, from time to time.
Nothing wrong with pizza: my wife used to make excellent, nourishing ones, from base up!
The problem for me is that the commerical varieties have become substitutes for real food, fattening and killing the population with junk poison. The point is made that it can be a cheap/affordable alternative to traditional food for the "disenfranchised, disadvantaged" members of the community. Yeah, well, I think that's hogwash. Particularly offensive to me is that tv advertising has considered it acceptable to refer to bulk packages of such food as 'family buckets', as if people were but pigs at the trough. Maybe they know their market. I find the concept that they can address people in this manner as very distasteful indeed, worsened by the apparent fact that their target audience accepts it! (I'm sure I'm quoting the KFC commercials on British tv.)
As bad are those commercials for furniture shops, where a family of morons rushes in, plonks itself down on the product and immediately puts it feet up on the sofas/chairs still wearing its shoes!
I would put that as acceptable as sticking one's feet up on a coffee table or any other table, for that matter, apart from an operating one.
Does it cost the world anything to have some decent manners or, at the very least, act publicly as if it has them?