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Why did the hipster burn his mouth while eating his pizza?
He ate it way before it was cool.
What did the pepperoni say to the cheese?
“Slice to meat you!”
What type of person doesn’t love pizza?
What do you call a sleeping pizza?
Why did the man go into the pizza business?
He wanted to make some dough.
What’s the difference between a musician and a large pizza?
A large pizza can feed a family of four
I burnt my Hawaiian pizza the other night
I should have put it on aloha temperature.
Why do restaurants put pizza in square boxes?
Because they don’t cut corners.
How do you get a man with a philosophy major off of your front porch?
Pay him for the pizza.
What does a pizza wear to smell good?
I called my wife and told her that I’ll pick up pizza and coke on the way back from work. But it seems she was not happy.
She still regrets letting me name the kids.
An American businessman goes to China on a business trip, but he hates Chinese food, so he asks the concierge at his hotel if there’s any place around where he can get American food. The concierge tells him he’s in luck; there’s a pizza place that just opened, and they deliver. The concierge gives the businessman the phone number, and he goes back to his room and orders a pizza. Thirty minutes later, the delivery guy shows up to the door with the pizza. The businessman takes the pizza, and starts sneezing uncontrollably. He asks the delivery man, ”What the heck did you put on this pizza?” The delivery man bows deeply and says, “We put on the pizza what you ordered, pepper only.”
The President’s Pizza
The US president (guess who…) ordered a pizza for delivery to the White House.
The Pizza guy, wanting to do an especially good job with the president’s pizza, asked if he should cut it in six or twelve pieces.
The president responded, «Six, please. I could never eat twelve pieces.»
The children were lined up in the cafeteria of a Catholic school for lunch. At the head of the table was a large tray of pizza slices. The nun posted a sign on the pizza tray, “Take only one. God is watching.” Further along the lunch line, at the other end of the table was a large pile of chocolate chip cookies. One child whispered to another, “Take all you want. God is watching the pizza.”