Not to be outdone by Taco Bell's horrifying jalapeno-flavored Cheetos Quasaedalia monstrosity, KFC's has reintroduced its "Chizza" chicken pizza in select Singapore locations.

A portmanteau of the words "chicken" and "pizza" (how long did it take to think that one up, guys?) the avant-garde dish is described by The Colonel as "the ultimate mashup of chicken and pizza." In theory, such a carb-free, high-protein alternative actually makes sense, but to look at the finished product is actually kind of depressing. Really, it's just a deep fried chicken breast with a bunch of incongruous pizza toppings bashed on top.

Pizza sauce, chicken ham (yes, chicken ham), pineapple chunks and mozzarella cheese sauce is curdled together for something that resembles some kind of space fetus. I mean, seriously, how stoned would you have to be to eat that? Here's a closer look at the dystopian grub.

Sorry, Colonel, but it looks like this one needs a rethink. If, for some bizarre reason, the above has whet your appetite, then check the Chizza out at most KFC Singapore locations now.

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