Pizza. . my mom ordered two different pizzas from two different places cause she had coupons and they both got here at the same time so we had a pizza hut deliv Pizza my mom ordered two different pizzas from places cause she had coupons and they both got here at the same time so we a pizza hut deliv
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my mom ordered two different pizzas
from two different places cause she
had coupons and they both got here
at the same time so we had a pizza
hut delivery guy and a dominos
delivery guy both standing by our
front door and the mornings guy
looks at the pizza hut guy and
proceeds to sing Why Can' t We Be
Friends? while the pizza hut guy just
glares at him
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - dantrona
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Needless to say, The Dominoes guy got the tip, the Pizza Hut guy applied for Dominoes.
User avatar #39 to #1 - braveblue
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The way I see it Dominoes doesn't get a tip because they charge for delivery. IMO
User avatar #40 to #39 - pebar
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Pizza Hut charges for delivery too....
User avatar #41 to #40 - braveblue
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Damn.. seems like only the local pizza shops don't charge for delivery.
#43 to #1 - deckbox
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Dominoes is invading my town

its like, They ******* deliver here anyways, but they gotta be all upmarket n ****, My town is just going to be Hairdressers and pizza places. Hairy pizzas, yum
User avatar #71 to #1 - furiousmarshmellow
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Both pizza places are ******* great.
#4 to #1 - pooftastic
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Domino's kind of blows.
Use to work there as a CSR.
User avatar #26 to #4 - wobblewub
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I think their pizza is tasty. **** me.
#92 to #26 - pooftastic
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The food was good. Best part about working there is when someone online would order twice on accident. We got to eat the duplicate order. Plus my manager was pretty dope, I got to make my own large pizza every shift and bring it home. Next time you order get a BBQ with pineapple, bacon, chicken and mango habonaro on top.
The food was good. Best part about working there is when someone online would order twice on accident. We got to eat the duplicate order. Plus my manager was pretty dope, I got to make my own large pizza every shift and bring it home. Next time you order get a BBQ with pineapple, bacon, chicken and mango habonaro on top.
User avatar #37 to #26 - machomustachio
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its good but I find it too expensive for quantity compared to a local joint near me that make it pizza pretty good aswell. either that or I was tricked by a place that made a medium size wirth a large.
User avatar #31 to #26 - lolzordz
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dno if youre from america and/or what its like in america but in england pizza hut is way tastier.
User avatar #33 to #31 - broswagonist
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I disagree, never had a problem with Domino's and their stuff is delicious but ordering Pizza Hutt, having lived in two different places an hour apart by car, I can tell that they really don't give a crap. Orders mixed up way too often, toppings dry and old, very little sauce and cheese at times. Stopped ordering a few months ago.
User avatar #35 to #33 - lolzordz
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main difference is in the amount of oil they use on their pizza. Pizza Hut literally sprays oil from a can on their pizzas before serving. Dominos doesnt use oil at all i think, unless its ready in their dough but I cant taste it
#45 to #35 - anon id: 5c9d8783
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No we use oil on everything ( I mean literally everything as soon as it comes out of the oven gets a squirt of oil (or something fat based depending on what it is, even desserts(they get butter to help the cinnamon sugar stay on) (exception: lava cakes, don't get any oil and I don't think sandwiches? I don't remember too clearly)
User avatar #62 to #45 - lolzordz
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regardless, pizza hut uses much more.
User avatar #34 to #33 - lolzordz
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ive worked for both pizza hut and dominos. pizza hut is much less healthy but tastier.
User avatar #66 to #4 - feudd
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me too and i thought it was the funnest if worst payed job i've had so far, and i've been a waiter and a bartender
User avatar #53 to #4 - popcornqueen
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I work at Little Caesars and it also sucks. No delivery, overpriced for everything but the special, and the only full time workers are management. Even if you are manager, you do all the work of a part time worker, plus more hours, plus paperwork. Excuse me while I rant to myself. I have 2 jobs, starting a 3rd in 2 weeks, as well as community college. I'm quitting LC as soon as I can.
User avatar #10 - oosulley
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.

There, that's called a full stop (or a period, if you're a Yank)
Please use it.
#18 to #10 - Afterlife
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who pissed in your cheerios
User avatar #14 to #10 - shinote
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Yes but what if people don't know how to use it? You can't just hand a wrench to an untrained person & tell them to "use it" you have to show them how.
#30 to #14 - anon id: b38229fc
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You missed some punctuation there, buddy. I'd be sassy about it, but if I have to teach you how to use it, then what is the point?
#21 to #10 - gnumag
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Nah, man, run-on sentences are the best way to go, because they show just how skilled I am at writing, and maybe my English teacher notices and gives me an A because I write so well, but anyway I still seem really smart to all my readers because they know only smart people write like this, and when I write this way, they'll think I'm smart too, and writing like this does not in any way distract from the intended message, in fact, adding any kind of punctuation just breaks the entire story apart and distracts the viewer and evenspacesareunnecessarysoweshouldallwritelikethistoshowjusthowgoodweareatwritin gEnglish
User avatar #86 to #10 - ICEDgrunge
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I grew up in the south, and not once have heard that punctuation mark being called a full stop. Dialects be interesting, yo.
#20 to #10 - oosulley
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JESUS CHRIST, I MAKE A JOKE ON THIS SITE, AND IM ******* HUNG FROM THE RAFTERS.
User avatar #12 to #10 - mrtwilightsparkle
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Note that you failed to use such a device after your parentheses.
#13 to #12 - oosulley
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I was sure one didnt need it after those brackets I had.
User avatar #15 to #13 - shinote
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Those aren't brackets, those are parenthesis, and you do still need a period, regardless of their presence. Welcome to English.
User avatar #16 to #15 - oosulley
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Goddamit, will you stop being right?
User avatar #17 to #16 - shinote
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Yes, don't know when, but statistically speaking, it will happen.
#19 to #17 - oosulley
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Parentheses /pəˈrɛnθɨsiːz/ (singular, parenthesis /pəˈrɛnθɨsɨs/) (also called simply brackets, or round brackets, curved brackets, oval brackets, or, colloquially, parens /pəˈrɛnz/)

Maybe its just where I'm from, but I've always used brackets, as opposed to calling them parentheses.
#29 to #19 - anon id: b38229fc
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Where I'm from, ( and ) are parentheses, [ and ] are brackets, and I honestly have no idea what the term for { and } are, but I've heard them called brackets as well.
User avatar #54 to #17 - lordmoldywart
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Yes, I don't know when, but statistically speaking, it will happen.*

Welcome to English.
User avatar #28 to #15 - mutzaki
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bracket#Terminology_and_names_for_various_symbols

They're called brackets in the UK, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia. Note: they're called brackets in the original version of the English language, meaning that you don't really have the right to welcome him to English.
User avatar #38 - swampwaterjack
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out all the things that never happened, that never happened the most
User avatar #72 to #38 - hanabro
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Alright, that's the thing that didn't happen the most. The top of the line. The number one, least likely thing that ever happened. Nothing never happened more than this didn't. Literally the least likely thing to ever happen to anything, ever.

Hear that? We can stop posting this same ******* stupid comment on every ******* post now. It's not clever, it's just lazy thumb whoring.
User avatar #78 to #72 - swampwaterjack
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you must be fun at partys
User avatar #79 to #78 - hanabro
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Aw ****, you got me.
User avatar #2 - watyoutalkabout
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rock paper scissors shoe for who gets a tip
#7 to #2 - illogicalvulcan
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shoe?
User avatar #89 to #7 - watyoutalkabout
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wow i put shoe in there............. sorry
#93 to #89 - illogicalvulcan
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Lol its cool.
#90 to #89 - gtfomylawnbish
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**** you and your sorry.
#8 to #7 - gtfomylawnbish
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Its been 10 minutes, he should have answered by now.


Shoe is just how some people think it's suppose to go. Like when someone say "that's a mute point" It's just ignorance, thats all.
User avatar #76 to #8 - digitalfruit
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that's a mute point?
#87 to #76 - gtfomylawnbish
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It's a moot point, not mute. Some people just say it wrong.
#88 to #87 - digitalfruit
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I still don't know what that even means!
I still don't know what that even means!
#9 to #8 - illogicalvulcan
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Ah...I just figured it was a typo or an autocorrect fail.
#68 - chasboh
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#81 - Iamawsomo
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I am at least 98.3256484% sure all of the post on tumblr that are like this are just people trying to seem like they have lives.

We all know they don't.

They're too busy hiding inside away from the world to avoid any further damage from PTSD.

Cunts
#3 - sandpounder
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User avatar #32 - darthblam
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All pizza tastes terrible to me now..
There used to be an amazing pizza joint nearby that was family owned... one day they changed their recipe to some cheap ass sauce. I couldn't stomach their once glorious pizza anymore.
They ended up going out of business a short time later.

I haven't been able to enjoy pizza since. Dominoes, Pizza Hut, Papa Johns, Little Caesars ( ESPECIALLY Little Caesars. ), all of it disgusts me..
#46 to #32 - orelse
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Pizza-pops did something similar.   
That stuff was the **** growing up, now it's just a sock full of poor quality sauce...
Pizza-pops did something similar.
That stuff was the **** growing up, now it's just a sock full of poor quality sauce...
#47 to #32 - megakillerx
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Why not make your own?
#52 to #32 - ronjeremysweiner
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have you had chicago deep-dish?
it will save you
User avatar #75 to #32 - durkadurka
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I completely get not liking chain pizza. To me it's just mediocre at best. It's still pizza so completely enjoyable, but just nothing like some of the local joints around me. A few of them are so Italian that they're closed on Sundays.
User avatar #74 to #32 - IamSofaKingdom
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You named chains, chains have always been inferior to local mom and pop places in my experience. You need to find another local place to start eating at.
User avatar #49 - Silver Quantum
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yeah i'm pretty sure neither of them would give a **** about the other. they just deliver pizza. no pizza delivery guy has a special allegiance to the company they work for. the only thought they'd have towards that scene is how unlikely that would happen
User avatar #58 to #49 - gamagoriira
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I used to work for pizza hut. It does happen on occasion. Usually you just have a friendly chat while waiting at the door. Sometimes jokes are shared. Usually about how your own job is worse than the other guys.
User avatar #61 to #58 - Silver Quantum
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yeah that sounds much like probable to happen than the scenario presented in the content like "you work for dominos, therefore i'm gonna give you a death stare" as if it's a movie parody about pizzas
#48 - brothergrimm
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bitch please