This slice was forged in the molten center of the Earth! It looks like that one Dick Tracy villain with the melty face. Or like a Charles Burns drawing. And when I picked it up it totally fell apart!
Check out the aftermath of that precarious lift:
A slice of pizza should not do that! Greg said "tastes exactly like the Pizza In A Cup I used to make at the Pickle Barrel," a grease pit Greg used to cook at in Chattanooga, TN. I feel like they should've just put the sauce and cheese into a bowl and like, given me a piece of toast to dip into it. That would've been more functional and it would've had the same effect. The grease to cheese ratio on this slice was an exact 1:1 when it should be like, 1:50. And the sauce tasted like it would've been better suited for a seafood pasta dish, which wasn't necessarily the worst thing, but with all the other distressing elements just contributed to the ultimate sense of disappointment we all felt about this slice. The crust was fucking awesome, though.
This slice coulda been like a 6 if I had been able to lift it up. Step your game up Luna!
Luna Pizza - $2.50
225 Park Row (at Worth)
New York, NY 10038
Sorry to date myself and you, but there weren't any riots during the blackout in the 60s.ReplyDelete
You are thinking of the blackout in 77, the Summer of Sam, and Reggie and the Yankees.
Ron, I'm the one that should be sorry, I KNOW that. I feel kind of embarrassed actually.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a spaz. You usually need two hands to lift a hot slice of pizza. Next time wait for the slice to get ice cold and then you might be able to lift it with one hand. Or, stick to Dominoes. At least their slices are small enough to handle with one hand. SPAZ!ReplyDelete