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Discussion in 'Fan Forum - Random Thoughts' started by scottrun311, Dec 13, 2018.
I like pizza.
Ledo's is good but overrated.
Papa John's 50% off after Wiz win gets too much use in my house.
At some point this year, Papa John's had a chorizo pizza with the chorizo cut like pepperoni. That was some good stuff.
I've been adding spicy sauce to my pizza recently.
Detroit styleee or GTFO!
I was never too good at math anyway
the one with pizza
I fucking love that place.
I had pizza on Saturday night. It was cut into squares. It had pepperoni, mushrooms and onions. I just want you all to know a little bit about who I am.
Add sausage and that is my typical toppings.
Im quite fond of pulling this line out now and again in my daily life.
+2 at the Bucks game on Wednesday. Some NY style, got the pepperoni right out of the oven. Holy shit it was good
You took out "mushrooms" and misspelled "delicious".
Had a ny style w/ Benton’s bacon and green pepper...it was simple and delicious af
bump for everyone eating pizza for Christmas
Lazy day with a Newman’s Own pepperoni and a few Christmas episodes of The Office
We traveled up to MD to see both sides of the fam before christmas and came home christmas eve. My wife said she wanted to start a new tradition of making pizza on christmas. I agreed. We made a pepperoni, sausage, onion, mushroom pizza on homemade dough and it was glorious. Added 4.5 slices to the spreadsheet.
I like how people now have to say they want to start a tradition, instead of doing things organically for a while and realizing - years later - that it's become a tradition.
Not even snark - I'm fully guilty. This year, my wife decided to start putting Christmas crackers in our tree for Christmas morning. They do it on Peppa Pig, which my daughters adore, so my wife thought we'd all find it fun.
I was down, since they seem fun. Maybe I got a crappy batch, but I thought it'd be like a paper version of splitting a wishbone. Instead, it took way more effort than expected, and smelled like those little champagne bottle confetti poppers. Except without an actual pop. It just had that smell.
I'm a dorky purist, so Christmas pizza isn't my thing. But I am a cornball for family traditions - real or manufactured. That really sounds awesome.
My mom is an amazing cook so I am used to the huge Christmas spread. I also really enjoyed our small Christmas pizza. It's just like Jesus would have wanted.