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Agent
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weird that some americans put pineapple on their pizza?
Pineapple is good with anything, it's the anchovies that are weird.

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Anchovies are good with rice and soy sauce. Their brains are squishy. Mm, brains. But anchovy pizza? Too weird.

How pineapples ever ended up on pizzas is a mystery to me. Citrus only goes with so many things.

Which reminds me... the worst combo I have ever tasted, hands down, was pineapple and cream of mushroom. Maybe it was just how it was prepared, but that was pretty nasty.

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Pineapple isn't a citrus! :P

There's a shop in Reno that creates pizza from scratch...best pizzas I've ever had.

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I like cow on my pizza.

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By Excalibur:
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There's a shop in Reno that creates pizza from scratch...best pizzas I've ever had.
I shot a man in Reno... just to steal his pineapple pizza.

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Your nice.
And pizza recently has just gotten boring. No matter how good the pizza, two slices (size doesn't matter) and the pizza after is just boring.

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Posts: 1799 | Registered: Sunday, February 4 2007 08:00
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Originally written by Thanks Iffing:

Your nice.
And pizza recently has just gotten boring. No matter how good the pizza, two slices (size doesn't matter) and the pizza after is just boring.

Perhaps you eat to much pizza? It's a rare delicassy to be savored, not something you have every week.

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Your nice.
Iffy, that was a joke about a Johnny Cash song that says "I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die."

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That's a pleasant thought... Has anyone else tried this combination of toppings:

Sausage, pineapple, and green peppers

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Exquisite, minus the pineapple. I had some appetizers on Thanksgiving composed of a small sausage and slice of green pepper wrapped with cream cheese in a slice of bacon.

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Excalibur:
Pineapple isn't a citrus! :P
Oops. Well, at least it's acidic like a citrus, thereby producing a similar effect in combination.

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Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

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Originally written by Excalibur:

Nope, not a 36" but a normal eight-slice pizza. Not difficult when you're adolescent and haven't eaten all day.

French people eat tiny one foot pizzas often topped with a fried egg.

The French eat feet? Dear god! No wonder the English treat them with such disdain.

Pizza around here is wrongly shaped. Shard can prolly attest to American Dream pizza, where they try to not create any shapes which limit their hippy creativity. You pretty much have to measure by square inches, and I still can't eat a whole large pizza (between 180-200) but have no problem with a homemade 16" pizza. P'haps it is the quality difference.

Okay, so what about the fried egg would make a foot palatable?

American who? I've been to around eight different pizza parlors/chains around here, and their pies are all as round as my math teacher's stomach. (Copyright 2005: Mr. Lehman. Actual quote: "Circles get bigger around the middle. Like me!")

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It's a rare delicassy to be savored, not something you have every week.
I never said I have it every week. I have just grown out of pizza, thats it.

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Not in your shed -We are still under developement, but help would be nice. By the way, most of the conversation goes in the Moderator forum, in case your confused.
Iffy= Infernal Flamming Muffin. The y is added to make a word.
lol teh stupd text spek is lik ubar dum lol
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Originally written by Shard of Fire:

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Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

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Originally written by Excalibur:

Nope, not a 36" but a normal eight-slice pizza. Not difficult when you're adolescent and haven't eaten all day.

French people eat tiny one foot pizzas often topped with a fried egg.

The French eat feet? Dear god! No wonder the English treat them with such disdain.

Pizza around here is wrongly shaped. Shard can prolly attest to American Dream pizza, where they try to not create any shapes which limit their hippy creativity. You pretty much have to measure by square inches, and I still can't eat a whole large pizza (between 180-200) but have no problem with a homemade 16" pizza. P'haps it is the quality difference.

Okay, so what about the fried egg would make a foot palatable?

American who? I've been to around eight different pizza parlors/chains around here, and their pies are all as round as my math teacher's stomach. (Copyright 2005: Mr. Lehman. Actual quote: "Circles get bigger around the middle. Like me!")

Huh. It's over near Laurelhurst. On the east side of it. Near some hospital. I always get lost getting there, and leaving I just find Sandy and get home that way.

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Originally written by Iffy couldn't pick a name:

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It's a rare delicassy to be savored, not something you have every week.
I never said I have it every week. I have just grown out of pizza, thats it.

Their are some weeks when I have pizza every day.

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Originally written by Iffy couldn't pick a name:

I never said I have it every week. I have just grown out of pizza, thats it.
You will never survive college.

Actually, I've had less pizza since I've been here, so I'm just kidding really.

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That made much sense. But who will actually have pizza soon, since the Thanksgiving leftovers will probably last another week?

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Heh. In almost every event in the CompSci department, pizza is served. I have a free pizza lunch at least once a week. Really, I don't know how I'll survive the Christmas break.

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Pizza saves me when hunger strikes late at night. Crappy, greasy pizza suddenly looks a lot better when you realize everything on campus is closed, as is every reasonable restaurant.

Five Star ftw!

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Pizza helped get me through college. Especially on those nights when I didn't want to cook or go out because of the weather. Let the pizza delivery guy suffer through monsoon rains to bring me a meal :) . There was also a nice place a block away from the physics department in Tucson that gave me time to do homework while I waited for my order.
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Throughout colledge how much money do you think you've invested into pizza?

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Not that much with coupons and pizzas were much cheaper 20 years ago. Besides there is the waste of time factor on doing something yourself. I got tired of cold sandwiches.

One of my friends used to take advantage of Domino's 30 minutes or its free offer since he lived exactly 32 minutes from their nearest store (they stopped this offer due to traffic safety concerns). He and his roommate knew there was no way that their pizza would ever arrive in time.
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