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The Great Pizza Orientation Test


Steven is impressed that we are able to order pizzas online.
But what I've become obsessed with is that when you only want a particular topping on half of your pizza, they make you specify WHICH HALF. LEFT or RIGHT.

I had ordered from them a few times but never paid attention to see if they got the halves correct. I was curious to see if it really would arrive the way I ordered it.

So he performed a little test. Read the story and the results at The Sneeze. Link -via Reddit

Oh my god, you focused on the wrong part of that story. The fact that he was able to order a pizza with no sauce or cheese and ONLY meat is amazing. Check out the picture of the cheeseless, sauceless meat pizza.
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Whats even more ridiculous is that high-paid corporate executives and marketing managers spent hours in meetings and thousands of dollars to implement this nifty concept.
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I know it is spoiling the fun, but the reason it specifically says left and right half is simply so it can let you pick different toppings. They could have said half A and half B, but it doesn't sound as nice, so no meetings determined that they should let you pick which half of your pizza has something, as Dim67 said.

I do love that the none pizza actually came through!
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He ordered a pizza with no cheese? Why, God, why?

BTW, Papa John's is really good about online ordering. The pizza is still semi-good to delicious if you're drunk.

All in all, it's better to order from your local Mom and Pop. At least in my town. YUM
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