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On 11/2/2018 at 10:45 AM, Blackie Sheen said:

Honestly, could be said about any large pizza chain. The only pizza chain thats worth it for is Domino's and thats only because you can order a specially made pizza with only the stuff you want on it using their "Pizza configurator"

I would say because they have $7.99 carry out larges. That's about as good a deal you can get on a pizza from the typical delivery places.

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On 11/4/2018 at 3:53 AM, Trik'Stari said:

I don't really understand your problem with pickup Trucks? America is a rather big country and a certain percentage of the country needs to move large objects that are too big for a car or van, but not big enough to warrant a box truck or larger vehicle.

There's nothing inherently wrong with them, but I get the impression that a lot of people buy a pickup just for the sake of buying a pickup. They are large and they pollute a lot, so using them for anything other than moving heavy loads is a bad idea. It's a bit like those huge off road cars - they have a niche use case but some people take them to the mall.


Other than that, they just look a bit funny to Europeans who are used to much smaller vehicles. Imagine if people showed up at a mall with a 10 wheeler - that's kind of how it feels to us.

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1 hour ago, Coaxialgamer said:

We don't have  either of those in france though so i can't try them out unfortunately 

Though i have heard good things about papa john's

LMAO, you’re not missing out on much. You live in France. Food is 10 times better there. Your produce actually has flavour. 

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yeah, ill just stick to my friendly neighbourhood pizzeria.

It only costs me 4.50€ (for the only pizza that counts: margherita), tastes good, fresh ingredients (not sure if benefit of italy, italy's countryside or romagna supremacy), and does not attempt to kill me

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2 hours ago, suicidalfranco said:

yeah, ill just stick to my friendly neighbourhood pizzeria.

It only costs me 4.50€ (for the only pizza that counts: margherita), tastes good, fresh ingredients (not sure if benefit of italy, italy's countryside or romagna supremacy), and does not attempt to kill me

Yeah, every time I'm tempted to order pizza, I remind myself that I can go get a pizza that is 1000 times better in 20 minutes, round trip.  Obviously, if you don't have a pizzeria in your area that you like, then you don't have that option, but I've known many people who were too lazy or just didn't care.  To each their own, I guess...

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On 11/2/2018 at 3:06 PM, BuckGup said:

Wouldn't you rather have the best cooked pizza at the fastest time possible with no worries of people spitting on it? They could keep the servers but in the kitchen yeah no

Some people like spit topping.

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On 11/2/2018 at 10:21 AM, asus killer said:

What do you call something that is made in america for americans? 


I rephrase... American made for american use stupid pickup truck build by americans in an american factory by an american company that is a subsidiarie of a Japanese multinational



Eh Tacoma's sell pretty well worldwide even ISIS uses them they are that good. Lol


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