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The Case of Patrick Stewart and His Pizza Crusts

Last year, we featured a series of illustrations under the heading "There Are Two Kinds of People in This World." The series separated the pizza crust eaters from the crust deniers, those who eat candy bars by square and those who don't, and other incredibly serious foodie divisions. 

On May 28th via Twitter, Patrick Stewart revealed what kind of man he really is: he's a man that eats no pizza crust.

This wasn't the first time Stewart made headlines for pizza indulgence (or the lack of it). In May of 2013, Stewart told New York Magazine that he had eaten his first ever pizza portioned as a slice recently, explaining that said experimental pie consumption occurred after "My fiancée and I were a little hung-over."

Only a year later, John Farrier revealed that the freewheeling Stewart was already slicing up his pie with an Enterprise pizza cutter. Little did any of us know then that Sir Stew might as well have been trimming off the crusts with the Enterprise as well, if he wanted to be neat and tidy about such matters. 

Unsurprisingly, a crucial issue such as to eat or not to eat pizza crust wasn't ignored by the Twitterverse. See the cheesy, crunchy responses as the debate rages on in this article. 

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It seems not accurate to separate the "pizza crust eaters" from the "crust deniers".
as long as there are people that haven't eaten pizza at all... (indecisive), and poeple that eat e.g. half of the pizza crust of a whole pizza pie...
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Foiled again! Just when I was about to perpetuate the most delicious, carefully planned pizza post ambiguity fraud in modern times, I get the correction I've dreaded my entire career. Now I'll never know how sweet the payoff would have been.
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So you're deliberately perpetuating an ambiguity?

If we said it was his very first cup of tea, would that imply that he never had tea before, or that he previously drank it directly from the teapot?
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