Last night we all learned a valuable lesson from Married At First Sight. Impossible, but true.
While most of Australia was hanging off their seats to discover the fate of adult virgin Matthew, jilted bride Elizabeth came out with a "genius" hack on how to reheat cold pizza — and it has divided the internet.
The 27-year-old wasn't about to eat her sad-looking, soggy pizza cold, so she tilted it to the side and proceeded to do the unthinkable — she heated it in a toaster.
Clearly, it's not going to work with a thick crust — and if left too long could run the risk of getting burnt. And what about the toppings? What happens to those precious things?
Either way the internet had something to say about it, news.com.au reported.
"And the topping didn't fall off? What sorcery! Such God-like power!" one fan wrote on Twitter after MAFS uploaded footage of her devouring the slice with the caption "99 problems but cold pizza ain't one".
Another simply wrote, "Genius."
"You learn something everyday."
"Hang on! Pizza in a toaster! Maybe she is a genius ???"
Naturally, not everyone thought it was a wise move from Elizabeth, who has been branded as an "emotional eater".
"Pretty sure the hotel had to change that toaster the next day. Toasters are for TOAST! You don't put PIZZA in a toaster. Ever. Was she home schooled?" a frustrated fan said.
"NOT A PIZZA HACK! Don't promote it! It's bad bad bad for the toaster, & the toastee...! potential electrocution if you're trying to dig the piece out because it gets stuck with the topping falling off you fools!"
Another expressed their worry, saying, "She had better ensure she shakes out the toaster before checkout."
Others were more enthralled with how she whipped out a cookie from her purse while on her way to get a coffee.
Nonetheless, you can always count on MAFS for pure entertainment.
HOW TO EAT A PIZZA
In case you're wondering, the correct way to eat a pizza is not by eating it flat, but by folding it in half.
One expert claims you can even go a step further and fold the whole pizza in four, like a wallet.
Stefano Cirene, the owner and executive chef of Verace Pizzeria in Sydney — who only serves Neapolitan-style pizza — said the specific handling came down to how soft and thin the pizza was.
Neapolitan style typically consists of a thin and soft crust that must adhere to strict rules, including size and dough.
"Basically, you need to pinch the edge of the pizza, the left and right sides should touch, and it must be soft — that is the rule of the pizza Napoletana. It must never be crunchy," Mr Cirene told news.com.au
The art of eating this style dates back to its roots in Naples.