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    Default you know you've hit a new low...

    ...when you start trawling Yahoo comments for idiots to mock.

    And damn me but it's addictive.

    Your turn now.

    Or just talk about pizza. Whatever.
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    For almost a year I've made a habit out of taking screenshots of horrible Yahoo comments that get almost all thumbs-up and no thumbs-down. If I sent those out to some liberal blog I would bet a lot that it would gain some traction. But alas, I always forget to close my slightly embarrassing browser tabs before taking them.
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    Porn, porn, porn?

    I always get obsessively paranoid before posting a screenshot of anything anywhere that I'm going to inadvertently reveal something terribly embarrassing and so I end up scrutinizing the image for aaages to make sure it's good to go.

    Which is really bizarre because I'll basically tell anyone anything anyway if they simply ask. I'm not a particularly private person. But yeah, I freak out when it comes to screenshots.
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    When you're crying and doing online shopping to try and make yourself feel better. May not sound like a new low but I never do online shopping (maybe at most I did it 5 times) and I thought hey maybe this might make you feel a little better. I saved 30% so that kinda made me smile.


    I'm pretty pathetic.

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    Tiny Vessels, that was a perfect contribution to the thread and exactly the sort of thing I was looking for.

    We can all be pathetic together my dear, don't sweat it.
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    I don't hit lows. I pity-fuck them.

    But seriously that was my newest low. I succumbed to the pity fuck and it was awful.
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    Cranking it into a red solo cup while watching 40 year old re-runs of I Dream of Jeanie all the while snorting black pepper and knocking back shots of Jack.

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    Whatever, Jack is great.
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    MOTO you're a special person and I just think that is hilarious what happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nieh View Post
    What's wrong with American pizza and where do you think is it better?
    Generally speaking, I've never really had a problem with the cheese or sauce on pizzas at a few good places in the US. And I liked those places a lot until I moved. But. First of all, there's the bread/crust. Pizza is supposed to be eaten with a knife and fork. It is not supposed to come on a disc of solid mass that you just hoist up with ease. If you eat it with your hands, it's supposed to fall all over the place and make a mess. The crust on American pizza is way too thick - and if you get "thin crust", it's hard and crispy. I guess "thin crust" (I use it in quotes because it seems to be the name of a variety of crust only in the US) is slightly better, but not much. The best crust I ever had in the US was beer battered, and the taste was great (most crust on American pizza is relatively flavorless for me), but it was still wayyyyy too thick. The texture is just all off. It also helps that where I live, pizzas are always cooked in wood-burning ovens. Most pizza places in the US use electric or gas ovens, and the taste is completely different. More importantly, there are the toppings. At an American pizza place, you probably have around 30 toppings to choose from, and you mix and match to decide which ones you want on a pizza. What I'm a far greater fan of is having a menu of interesting pizza choices (I am talking about Italy, Slovenia, Austria - I'm guessing anywhere within proximity to Italy) - perhaps there's a pizza with anchovies, capres, green olives, and red onions - with a sprinkle of horseradish? Or maybe the one with sliced prosciutto, sliced ham, artichokes, klobasa, mushrooms, and green olives - and literally everything was sliced fresh that day? I like that I can get an egg cracked in the middle of my pizza before cooking. I like that I can get tuna as a topping. I like that a margarita here is actually a margarita and not just a cheese pizza. I can even get fresh rucola covering my entire pizza. I don't know how pizza compares elsewhere. I've had it in (from worst to best) the US, Czech, Austria, Slovenia, and Italy - Czech pizza is pretty bad, as well. They make the crust right and cook it in a wood-burning oven, but sometimes the sauce is literally just ketchup... sick. But I know that I had a visitor this summer who asked me if I miss Papa John's and the like. I couldn't say no faster. :P
    Quote Originally Posted by WebDudette View Post
    If you can't find good pizza in America, you have no one to blame but yourself. I like deep dish pizza enough, but I gotta agree with Stewart for the most part.
    I give deep dish as pass because it's just damn tasty. I agree that it's not actually pizza - pizza is to be made on flatbread with everything on top. I don't even think of deep dish in Chicago as pizza - I just think of it as delicious. Something different. I guess it's because normal pizza seems to have been ruined since it went to the US, so I don't miss that at all, but Chicago deep dish is something you can't get anywhere else at all, so I do miss that. Oh, AND - I hate that pizza in the US is huge and meant to serve multiple people. I like going to a normal restaurant, choosing a pizza on a plate with a knife and fork, and that's my restaurant dinner. Hard to find in the US. Doable, but rare.
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