Justin Trudeau Challenges Matthew Perry To A Rematch Of Elementary School Fight

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau playfully challenged actor Matthew Perry to a fight over Twitter on Saturday, just weeks after Perry let the world know that he once beat Trudeau up at their elementary school in Canada.

During an appearance on ?Jimmy Kimmel Live!? last month, Perry told the story, as extremely unlikely as it might seem. 

?My friend Chris Murray, who was also in the fifth grade in Canada, reminded me that we actually beat up Justin Trudeau,? he said. ?We both beat him up. I think he was excelling in a sport that we weren?t so it was pure jealousy.?

?I think he was the only kid in school that we could beat up,? he added. ?You know, I?m not bragging about this, this is terrible. I was a stupid kid, I didn?t want to beat him up. In fact, I think at one point I tried to turn it into love play.?

Even though Perry expressed remorse, that wasn?t good enough for Trudeau, who in his challenge on Saturday ? which was April Fools? Day ? correctly noted that Chandler, Perry?s character on ?Friends,? has a very punchable face. 

Guys, just one request: If this goes down, just make sure its streamable ? not some of that pay-per-view bull crap. 

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Gordon Ramsey Just Shut Down The Pineapple Pizza Debate

Gordon Ramsey?s opinion on food, whether it?s laden with expletives or not, is the gold standard.

So when the ?Hell?s Kitchen? chef weighs in on a hotly debated food topic ? like putting pineapple on your pizza ? we can rest assured that his word is the final word.

While hosting the late-night British talk show ?The Nightly Show,? Ramsey ordered a pizza on TV and turned to the audience for suggestions on toppings.

When one person volunteered ?pineapples,? Ramsey was forced to put his call on a brief hold. 

?You don?t put f**king pineapple on pizza,? the chef said, while covering the phone?s microphone. Then, he returned back to the order like a true professional.

?So, 10 pepperoni, 10 margherita ? and no pineapple anywhere,? Ramsey told the order taker. Toward the end of the call, Ramsey looked out to the audience once more to ask the pro-pineapple person, ?What the f**k are you doing??

Just when you thought the pineapple pizza debate of 2017 was over, it crawls its way back to relevancy. 

And with the president of Iceland, the pineapple delivery person who refused to serve pineapples and, now, Chef Gordon Ramsey all vehemently rejecting the fruit-topped pizza, it?s starting to look like pro-pineapple advocates are on the losing side.

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