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Where does the good go

Not so random thought

Crab pizza? No thanks. I really need a “white people” tag for these situations.

Update:

Me: Sicilian please
Guy at counter: It’s gonna be like 20 minutes.
Me: That’s okay. I’ll wait.
GAC: Just get the margarita slice. It’s the same thing.
Me: (raises eyebrow) Then either your slices suck or your sicilian does.

8 Responses to “Not so random thought”

  1. Eric Says:

    Years ago, I ate regularly at a pizzeria in Luquillo, which is a little resort town in Puerto Rico. All the people who’d been on the job for any length of time (this was business travel) knew to order a whole pizza even if they only wanted one slice.

    Why? Because they saved all the leftover pizza when people left. If you ordered a slice they’d microwave one from the family that left twenty minutes ago.

    I learned only one thing as a government contractor: Always order the whole pizza.

  2. Dawn Summers Says:

    Ewwwwwwww. Well, at least now I’m glad I waited for the sicilian to come out…even though it was burnt and kinda wasn’t that great.

  3. Ugarles Says:

    It would have saved you time to get the margherita slice. After all, it is the same thing. Burnt. Kinda not that great.

  4. Karol Says:

    This sounds like Artichoke in which case you’re just wrong.

  5. Dawn Summers Says:

    Yes! That’s the name. I had to take my mom to the doctor and while I was waiting I saw this line snaking out of a pizza place and just decided to form it. Then, when I got close and saw the name I was scared I had just waited 20 minutes for *artichoke* pizza…though, that woulda kinda served me right.
    But I agree with Ugarles: not that great. Would never wait on that line again or pay $3.50 for that crap again.

  6. Dawn Summers Says:

    And now I’m at L&B to get some good sicilian…but made the tactical error of asking for a middle square instead of an end. D’oh!

  7. Karol Says:

    Yeah, but l+b was the artichoke of two years ago, ie: you thought it sucked and were wrong.

  8. Dawn Summers Says:

    I just wasn’t into sicilians then. Now, I’m not really into slices anymore.

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