A greasy mess

November 19, 2011 at 17:50 | Posted in FAIL | 4 Comments

I ordered a pizza. Bad call.

Since I live in the tundra there are very few food delivery options (Chinese and Pizza) and I didn’t want to cook. And I was out of microwave meals. And I felt sick. And lazy.

In order to maintain my hate/hate relationship with the phone, I ordered online. About 45 minutes later, my pizza was here.

Ham, pineapple and tomatoes. Yum!


I turned against pizza at some point. It used to be yummy and tasty, but now it’s greasy, carb loaded, sugary and sprinkled with pestilence.

Well not pestilence.

Grease oozes from the melted processed cheese, low quality sauce lays upon an average crust and it’s usually undercooked.

Why did I waste my money?

Does anyone else just despise pizza but still ingest it? Is it a habit?

It always seems like a good idea. But I don’t like it. I think I do, but I don’t.

Ne’er shall I bake it.


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  1. I will always love pizza.

  2. I’ve recently developed a relationship with anchovy and mushroom pizza that I do not see ending anytime soon. I hope your future pizza adventures have much happier endings.

  3. I heard pizza is a vegetable now. Eat up.

  4. What do you think about the tomato sauce becoming a vegetable? Do you think it’s a good thing to legitimize pizzas in schools just because it’s cheaper than real vegetables? The only pizzas I really love are the one that are home made where you can put all you want on them and have the crust just like you want and they don’t have to be greassy and all.

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