Still healthier than the oero pizza.
|Caminante Nocturno |
You can just imagine the guy turning around and yelling "HEY!" at a a cloud of powdered asphalt and burnt rubber.
Stars, but only because he got away with it. At least until the customer called up to complain.
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
Ho ho ho ho ho hooooo... man, yikes.
"Mmmm, pepperoni, green peppers.. bits of broken glass, ants, used condom.. they finally got my order right!"
|Binro the Heretic |
Jesus, this is like a little kid's solution to a problem. I bet he went straight home, ran to his bedroom and pulled his blankets over his head.
|Mike Tyson?! |
Yeah because you know how pizzas are cold and the slices come apart like that when they are delivered.
|Space Helicopter |
If you're out of toilet paper, there's always pizza.
No one will ever know!
fakey fakey fake mcfake!
not even convincing.
Yeah, I call fake on this, as well. I've never seen a pizza transaction completed in three seconds like this.
Also, the man is an idiot if, when handed a flat pizza box, he can't tell whether the pizza is evenly distributed in the box, or all piled up in one corner.
I worked at McDonald's when I was 15. At the end of your shift, the manager counted your garbage. They had a form and filled out how many fries, burger crowns, patties, etc. were in your garbage can. If your six month garbage total was too high, you didn't get a raise. If a lifer dropped a burger patty or bun on the ground, there was a good chance of it being served.
|Ms. Vonscarlet |
Ha. I actually deliver pizza for Domino's. This has definitely gotta be a fake though. The timing was too perfect. I was expecting that the customer would have opened the door/ looked out a window as the kid scraped the pizza off the asphalt. It's very rare that a driver would deliver a dropped pizza anyways. But 2 liter sodas that have been dropped are a different story (those get delivered to the rude customers).
I guessing fake as well. Not that it can't happen, but it would be a supremely stupid driver to do so. Dunno why society in general rags so much on pizza delivery people. Their jobs pretty much rely on doing things well and right, otherwise they don't get tips, which is pretty much the lifeblood of pizza delivery.
Fake; why would he take it out of the thermal bag and then put it back in after re-assembling it? I used to drive pizzas for Dominoes part time, and I never intentionally did anything bad to anyone's food, not ever, even the ones who tipped with ziploc bags full of dimes.
Side note: You tip a waiter a minimum of 15% to walk from the kitchen to your table. The pizza man drives your food to your fucking house. Show a little respect.
Fake. I dropped a few pizzas while working at Papa John's, and they don't fall out a piece at a time like that unless it's cooled down a lot.
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