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    An ENTJ friend of mine always wipes down the grease off a pizza with a paper towel. If you plan to eat shitty food, do it right. Until I saw this video, I thought he was the only person within this solar system that does this. Must be his NI doing contradictory shit that only makes sense to the function user.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eluded_One View Post
    An ENTJ friend of mine always wipes down the grease off a pizza with a paper towel. If you plan to eat shitty food, do it right. Until I saw this video, I thought he was the only person within this solar system that does this. Must be his NI doing contradictory shit that only makes sense to the function user.
    Your ENTJ friend could learn a lot from our INTJ friend Maddox.

    My wife buys or orders pepperoni pizza all the time, and I have always asked her to order something else for me. I think it's funny that "pepperoni" is Italian for "peppers," so even on the merely linguistic level pepperoni is a sucky idea.

    Way back before I knew any better I would paper-towel over the pepperoni pizzas mainly because I don't like hot grease spilling down my chin, onto my shirt. The little pepperonis are shaped like dishes designed to hold the grease. The only thing Italian about it is the grease. Many times the pepperoni itself was kind of dry and bland, so perhaps the grease was used to disguise the yucky dryness.
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    I just had a memory from way back when I used to literally take the pepperoni off the pizza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Your ENTJ friend could learn a lot from our INTJ friend Maddox.

    My wife buys or orders pepperoni pizza all the time, and I have always asked her to order something else for me. I think it's funny that "pepperoni" is Italian for "peppers," so even on the merely linguistic level pepperoni is a sucky idea.

    Way back before I knew any better I would paper-towel over the pepperoni pizzas mainly because I don't like hot grease spilling down my chin, onto my shirt. The little pepperonis are shaped like dishes designed to hold the grease. The only thing Italian about it is the grease. Many times the pepperoni itself was kind of dry and bland, so perhaps the grease was used to disguise the yucky dryness.
    How did the hot pizza grease drip down your chin? Are you folding your pizza in half like you would a paper airplane?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eluded_One View Post
    How did the hot pizza grease drip down your chin? Are you folding your pizza in half like you would a paper airplane?
    Is there any other way to eat a pizza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beorn View Post
    Is there any other way to eat a pizza?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eluded_One View Post


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beorn View Post
    Is there any other way to eat a pizza?
    That's the New York way, but not the Pizza Hut way. Pizza Hut et al, you don't need to fold. Because....well, just look at it.
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