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Opinion by Hellowittykitty posted over a year ago
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Okay, this is a song my friend and I made together and I was the real creator! If you want, fan her @DexterBrawnian!

Talking this time:
Do you like pizza?
I like pizza.
Do you like pepperoni?
Can you pee on pizza?
Can you have French toast?
Let's put this in a 50 second song! (Maybe)

-singing now!-

Do you like pizza?
(I like pizza!)
Then just be a diva!
(Be a diva!)
Max out the roni!
(Out the roni)
But don't tell Tony!

Come on ever boy and girl
Let's go to the joyous parlor
Let's top off the spices and dices
Put on some more pepperoni!
Cause we all like pizza!

List by emmett posted over a year ago
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23 fans
1. While you are you are making an order, randomly start pressing the numbers on the phone and tell the guy to stop doing it.

2. Make up a credit card name and ask if they accept it.

3. Ask for a Big Mac, French fries and a Large Coke.

4. Finish the order with: “Remember, this conversation never happened”.

5. Tell him you’ve got another pizza delivery on the other line and you’re buying from the one who offers the lowest price.

6. Just give him your address and say “Surprise me”. Then hang up.

7. Answer his questions with other questions.

8. Spell the ingredients.

9. Stutter every time you say something with the letter “P”

10. Ask him if they have pizza.

11. Say “Hello” and act as if he called you.

12. Make your order being very decided and secure, then when he asks you if you would like a drink with the pizza, act as if you were confused.
Opinion by kevinlordbarry posted over a year ago
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4 fans
The art of taste involves a subtle mixing of flavors. Is there a better food for this than pizza?

I daresay the most common pizza topping in America (besides sauce and cheese) is pepperoni. All pepperoni is not made the same, of course. Pepperoni can be soft and full of their succulent, spicy flavor. They can be crisp and lifting at the edges, tempting you to pick them off and pop their crispy goodness in your mouth. Some people don't mind eating half of the pepperoni's well known circles in a bite; others must eat a circle at a time.

These choices exist for a single topping, and hundreds exist. The mix of salty ham and sweet pineapple calls to some. Jalapenos and sausage is a treat that can be appreciated by the adventurous. If you could mix and match all the pizza flavors available in your local pizzeria, there would be billions of choices. No other food comes close.

And that's only in America!

In China, where pizza chains such as Pizza Hut are sweeping the country, pizzas are ordered bursting with toppings thick with chicken, fish, and a whole host of other delicacies. Pizza chains originally failed until they changed their...
Guide by kevinlordbarry posted over a year ago
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4 fans
Pizza certainly arrives quickly and conveniently, but the crux of the matter is how good it is for you. Did you know that Pizza is a full meal? And not just one with fancy toppings; any pizza has all the major food groups. The dough is filling carbohydrates. The sauce offers protein, surprisingly enough, and a host of other features. The cheese offers dairy, bringing calcium and Vitamin D. A slice is only 300 calories. Josephine's pizza also offers whole-wheat pies with vegetable toppings. This is probably one of the healthiest things you can put in your body! Weightlifters especially can benefit from the nutrients in pizza.

Big-mac vs Pizza? One is far less expensive, far less calories, and more filling. Pizza, of course! It's a great treat that won't break your diet.

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Guide by kevinlordbarry posted over a year ago
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2 fans
Pizza was originally made as a food for the poor. It still is a great value, even if it's more upper class.

How much do you spend on food everyday? If you eat out cheaply, you pretty much have to spend about $5 per meal; think macdonalds, a sandwich, halal food. Pizza seems the same way, no? In fact, Pizza can be cheaper than groceries!

Think about it. If you're a bachelor, if you order a pizza, it's worth four meals (2 slices a meal). Josephine's large pie is 9.99. That's 2.50 a meal. If you buy your own bread and coldcuts and swiss cheese, it will come to 2.50 a meal. A single small package of broccoli is 1.99.

A family of four can eat for a night for $10.

This is not to say that pizza is cheapier than buying in bulk all the time. But if you're going to skip cooking, and doing dishes, and ending infighting in the family, you can certainly do worse than pizza. As I wrote about earlier, Pizza is a wholesome food, so there's no guilt in that department.
Guide by ThePizzaButler posted over a year ago
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2 fans
Manny and “The Pizza Butler™”

Six years ago my family and I moved to Tampa, Florida where for the first time in my
life, I got involved in the restaurant business. As the owner of an extremely well
known and popular 80‐seat restaurant called Formaggios Pizzeria Restaurant, I
quickly realized that owning a restaurant was a 24‐hour, 7‐day‐a‐week business that
demanded tremendous attention.
One Sunday evening at Formaggios I saw one of my waiters struggling to balance an
18” pie with one hand while trying to reposition items on the dinner table with his
other so that the additional pie would fit. I have 42” square tables yet my wait staff
still had difficulty finding room for two pies on the table. This was a regular
That particular day while watching my waiters jockey for table space, I was struck
with an idea for a space‐saving tray. It was a vision I knew I could produce back in
New York at my business, Hi‐Tech Metals, which manufactures high‐end metals. So I
Opinion by slytherin360 posted over a year ago
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21 fans
Found this on the net ;)

29 Annoying Ways to Order a Pizza

1. Start the conversation with "My call to (Pizza Place), take one... and... ACTION!"

2. If using a touch-tone phone, press random numbers while ordering. Tell the person taking the order, "would you please stop doing that...?"

3. Terminate the call with, "Remember, we never had this conversation."

4. Do not name your toppings; rather, spell them out.

5. Ask what the order taker is wearing.

6. Order 52 pepperoni slices arranged in a fractal pattern following from an equation you are about to dictate. Ask if they're getting all of this down.

7. If they repeat the order to verify it, say "OK. Your total comes to $10.99. Please pull up to the window."

8. Ask if you get to keep the pizza box. When they say "Yes," heave a sigh of relief.

9. Put the accent on the last syllable of "pepperoni," using a long "i" sound.