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The Pizza Burger Is Back In Canada & People Are Divided About Whether It's Actually Good

A franken-food just in time for Halloween!
Boston Pizza's Pizza Burger Is Back & The Unique Menu Item Has People Divided

Now that Boston Pizza's pizza burger is back on the menu at restaurants in Canada for a limited time, it has people on Twitter very divided.

If you've never heard of this before, it's a quarter-pound burger that's wrapped in a pepperoni pizza and stuffed with bacon, mozzarella and pizza sauce.

There's also lettuce, tomato and a pickle on top for garnish.

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With the unique menu item making a comeback, people are divided on whether or not it's actually something good.

They either love the pizza burger or hate it, there's no in-between.

One person tweeted that it's the grossest burger they ever tried and they didn't even finish it.

Someone else said it's "instant heartburn."

On the other end of the spectrum, someone saw that the pizza burger was back and said "God is real" and another person tweeted "a burger wrapped in a pizza. Yes please!"

We'll let you be the judge! 

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