Garner appreciation for pineapple with your audience.
Did you know that the word “pineapple” was originally used in English as the name for the pine cones on conifer trees? The pineapple was given this name because of its resemblance to the pine cone. Pineapples were such a rare luxury in Europe that, in 1677, King Charles II posed for a portrait of himself receiving a pineapple as a gift. Pineapples also tended to rot on the long, hot voyages from the Caribbean, so it was common for preserved pineapple chunks to be packed in sugar. And at some point along the way, people started putting pineapple on pizza. That’s a fact you’ll either love or you’ll hate.
Spoiler alert: we love it, and we’ve made that abundantly clear in this video template. Upload it as is or tweak the text and share it with your followers. Fingers crossed this one wins you some engagement — a lot of people are vocal about their pineapple on pizza preferences.
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