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    Fri Oct 20 2023

    I like pizza 🍕. I like cheese and vegetables pizza. Sometimes I go to pizza shop for pizza. Sometimes I order online.

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    Sun Jul 30 2023

    My favorite food. I eat pizza everywhere

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    Sat Jul 29 2023

    Pizza is good

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    Mon May 14 2012

    Pizza is one of my favorite foods ever! Especially stuffed-crust pepperoni pizzas from Pizza Hut!

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    Fri Nov 18 2011

    Well, if you ask the US Congress, they'll tell you that Pizza is a vegetable, along with frozen French Fries and other processed, pre-packaged grains. In the case of pizza, part of their argument is that the manufactured tomato paste is a vegetable. Apparently, Con-Agra, one of the food producing conglomerates who supply schools with these foods, isn't too happy about Department of Agriculture and USDA proposals for removing frozen pizza, frozen fries and other food products from Federal school lunch programs. They've successfully lobbied Congress accordingly to block any proposals achieving those aims. Of course, the tomato paste they produce is so reduced that it lacks any substantive nutritional value, outside of trace levels of citric acid. From there, the big food producers add High Fructose Corn Syrup, "natural flavorings" containing mono-sodium glutamate (MSG), and preservatives like benzene to the paste. Some of these additives, including MSG and High Fructose Corn Syru... Read more

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    Thu Nov 17 2011

    My favorite food! whats not to love? Its so versatile, you can put any ingredient on it. There are many kinds of crust. You can eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It tastes great hot or cold. With all this, who dosen't like pizza!

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    Sat Nov 05 2011

    The best food. Good hot or cold.

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    Thu Sep 22 2011

    For me, cheapass pizza with loads of toppings (some of them can be vegetables, I guess. Princess.), at one time would be a 5 star rating, followed by a phone call. I had a bit of a revelation today. Fifteen dollars will get you a satisfactory amount of pizza. That same fifteen dollars can get you an inordinate amount of lube.

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    Sat Nov 28 2009

    My favorite food to fill a hungry stomach with! GO PEPPERONI ~

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    Sun Sep 13 2009

    Another cold left over delight.

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    Sun Sep 13 2009

    Rarely a bad option. . .probably depends on the toppings (as is usually the case with pizza) But a nice slice after a night of social and sexual refusals from women somehow makes things just a little bit better.

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    Sun Apr 05 2009

    How have I not left a review on this list yet...its been up here for over five years? Pizza is one of the ultimate drunk foods. Take a look at the hours of a pizza place around any college campus, and you can tell they rely on staying open at least as long as the bars do. Where I went to school there was a pizza place two doors down from the most popular bar, and it had to do its best business every night around 2 AM. What makes pizza so popular for drunks? It tastes great...its something most people might not always choose to eat when they are thinking clearly about their requires no preparation...and it requires no utensils, which can cause ugly accidents while drinking.

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    Thu Feb 26 2009

    Watch for Eric's debut performance as the streetwalker's trick. Also see him dancing at the club. What a dreamboat!

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    Wed Jan 14 2009

    i do like pizza but it is not the first on my list for cravings. my family wants Pizza more often than I do . I usually cave in and go along because they want pizza. at least there are so many ways to make pizza it does not get too old.

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    Mon Dec 15 2008

    Pizza is one of the best drunk foods out there. Whether you're walking past a pizza by the slice place that's still open after the bars close, you find a place that will deliver at 2:00 am, or it's just reheated leftovers that you find in the fridge (I don't eat cold pizza, even when I'm hammered I'll throw it in the microwave first), pizza always does the trick.  When I was in college when those cheap Totino's Party Pizzas went  on sale for 10 for $10.00 we'd pick some up when we bought the beer. Three of those cheap pizzas and a 12 pack per person would usually get us through the night.

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    Sun Dec 14 2008

    Even bad pizza is good when you're drunk...

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    Sun Dec 14 2008

    Pizza and beer go together like peanut butter and jelly.  I know it's a bad analogy but it's true.

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    Sat Dec 13 2008

    Especially good with Ranch dressing on it!!!

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    Sat Dec 13 2008

    Buying a slice when I'm likkered to the tits is one of the simple pleasures in life.

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    Thu Oct 02 2008

    The best, weather still hot, been sittin out, or cold from the fridge...its always good!

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    Mon Apr 28 2008

    It's not bad, I have my pizza craving once in a while. Again, who makes the pizza is the key.

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    Wed Feb 27 2008

    One of the best movies i have seen in a long time! Honestly i didn't really expect very much from the title, but it turned out to have a great "feel good" theme that wasn't to cheesy :) A great reason to stay home on a friday night and order pizza!

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    Thu Dec 27 2007

    A big downfall for me.

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    Fri Dec 21 2007

    I could eat good pizza everyday. no dominoes or pizza hut please.

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    Sat Oct 06 2007

    Gots to be the, buuurrpp, pizza. It wont fall apart in your hands, there's no wrapper you might accidentally eat, and doesn't look as bad as the others if you suffer a reversal of fortune.

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    Sun Aug 26 2007

    This is a tale about a young girl who is seen as an outsider because of her looks and her behaviors, who has to spend her 18th birthday alone at home with her mother. Just as the "party" is getting started, the pizza boy comes. But he's the longest running pizza boy in town, for the past 12 years. He is "The Pizza King", but what else does he have? In their brief interaction, they make a connection, and she decides to join him on the rout of deliveries that night. Follow these two in their journey to find out what is important to them both as they push each other's buttons all night long. I was pleasently surprised by this, can relate aspects of each of the characters to someone I know, easy to identify with. Some pretty funny parts. Tough to belive this came from the same director of "54". Worth a viewing.

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    Sun May 20 2007

    I'm not so facinated with pizza whats the big deal about it anyways? I could live with out pizza. It does taste good i will have it from time to time it not my favorite at all

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    Mon May 14 2007

    Nice little movie - very touching in some parts and way too close to real life in others.

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    Sun Jan 28 2007

    Seven years after his ambitious attempt at depicting the high life of the mid-70's Manhattan disco scene in "54", writer-director Mark Christopher has come back most modestly with this elliptical low-budget 2005 coming-of-age comedy that seems to be a cross between a 1980's John Hughes movie and "Napoleon Dynamite". It actually plays out a bit like a teen version of Martin Scorsese's "After Hours" as it follows two disparate characters on an all-night adventure hinging on a series of pizza deliveries. The focus is on a lonely overweight girl, Cara-Ethyl (obscurely named after Irene Cara and Ethel Mertz from "I Love Lucy"). A social outcast forced to make up an imaginary friend to appease her temporarily blinded mother, Cara-Ethyl celebrates her 18th birthday with lots of food but no one to share in the festivities. Enter Matt Firenze, a thirty-year old failed political activist with his own pizza delivery truck and a prolific track record with women but little else to show for himse... Read more

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    Fri Sep 15 2006

    We all eat so much pizza, it gets tiresome. But it's still good. 4 and a half stars

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    Wed Feb 08 2006

    Especially a pizza with both red sauce and pesto, preferably with clams and pineapples on top. Actually, I just had a gourmet pizza the other night. It was a think hard crust, with gorgonzola, walnuts, and figs. Delicious.

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    Mon Dec 05 2005

    I hate pizza when people put a ton of sauce on it. I'm a plain cheese pizza person. The problem I have is that I have to drink milk when I eat pizza. My stomach just won't take it. You will not get me to eat pizza at night. I'll wake up and feel like I ate a dead skunk.

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    Wed Sep 07 2005

    I could live on pizza except for all the carbs it has. Meat, dairy, vegetable and grain. If you like pinepples then even fruit. It has everything but I prefer the plain old pepperoni and mushroom with extra cheddar. I'm gonna go have one right now bye...

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    Tue Jun 28 2005

    Being a law-abiding citizen in all ways, I would never end up on Death Row, but if I did, and the Governor declined to grant me a reprieve, this is probably what I'd order as a last meal. Hard to get bad pizza, although I have on occasion. Although I was born and bred in NJ, I have to concede that NY on average makes a far superior pie, and they also cut their slices much larger than they do in the Garden State. With my bad luck, I'd probaby be condemned in Texas, and all they'd offer me before they strapped me in would be a few tacos and some tin-roof ice cream.

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    Mon May 09 2005

    So addicting I can eat it all day and everyday and have no problem at all with it.

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    Thu Apr 07 2005

    Pizza is so addictive! I could live on pizza no problem, it's the only food i couldn't give up!

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    Thu Apr 07 2005

    One of those foods that I could have just eaten and if its there I have to eat at least one slice!!!

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    Sun Apr 03 2005

    If you have any Italian genes in you, pizza is not addictive. It is a necessary nutritional component of your diet, as are wine and pasta. Suvival is impossible without them for an Italian, ergo, pizza is not addicitve but critical to sustaining life. Other ethnic groups are constantly discovering the therapeutic advantages of pizza consumption. Pizza is a non-prescription medication.

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    Thu Mar 31 2005

    Preferably the cold, leftover style. If it's been in the fridge for about 1-3 days, that's pretty much ideal. I'm not too picky about the toppings, (especially if it's late night or early morning), just make sure it's been fridgerated awhile...Ahh, few things in life are better together than cold pizza and cold beer.

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    Sun Mar 13 2005

    i mean pizza is the best food ever. But drunk, nothing hits the spot better.

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    Fri Mar 11 2005

    Pizza has to be my favorite food other than bacon and eggs. I'm a breakfast lover but pizza runs a very close second.

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    Fri Mar 11 2005

    This is the food I most miss when Im on a diet.

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    Mon Jul 26 2004

    Drunk food? Dont know about u guys but when im high i would like this one lol.

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    Sun May 02 2004

    never a dull moment with pizza! personal fav is plain ol' cheese and pepperoni, you can never go wrong. a good puke preventer? maybe not, but man oh man, when you get those first pangs of hunger at 3 or 4 a.m. pizza ALWAYS sounds good!

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    Thu Apr 29 2004

    Even if pizza wasn't the most readily available food in the world (which it happens to be), I would seek it out for late-night drunk snacking purposes. It is warm, easy to eat, not overly spicy (unless you want it to be), usually pretty affordable, and easily personalized to meet any specific hankering you might have on a given night (I'm in the mood for something with pepperoni, etc.)

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    Sun Jul 13 2003

    Sooo Good!

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    Sun Jul 13 2003

    I have to tell you that when I do get drunk, pizza always bails me out. It is no doubt the best type of food to consume when drunk.

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    Wed Apr 27 2005

    How is this Moir addicting than Chicken Wings. This is certanly alot worse for you. You dont need to put fat ontop of bread.

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