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  • View Poll Results: How do you divide up your pizzas?
    Quarters
    33
    18.86%
    Sixths
    49
    28.00%
    Eighths
    80
    45.71%
    Other
    13
    7.43%

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    (Original post by ronaldo91)
    actually lold
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    I've always cut mine into quarters. When I first started living with my boyfriend and I cooked pizza, I'd cut both into quarters and hand his over. Every time, he'd get back up and cut it into 8 pieces. It took me AGES to learn...
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    I can't believe how many people use scissors! Does no-one else have a big, heavy, sharp knife?
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    (Original post by ormaybeitsjustnarcissism)
    That actually never occurred to me at all! Thanks I'll try it next time.
    Some might say rep was appropriate...:p:

    EDIT: Thanks that was so nice!
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    in assymetric small shapes.
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    (Original post by Carl)
    I can't believe how many people use scissors! Does no-one else have a big, heavy, sharp knife?
    Or a pizza cutter?

    I buy pre-cut pizza though.
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    I don't. :sexface:
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    (Original post by miml)
    Or a pizza cutter?

    I buy pre-cut pizza though.
    I have never seen pre-cut pizza, except for take away/delivery pizza.
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    (Original post by Llamageddon)
    It sounds strange, but try it. You'll never go back to pizza cutters.
    Ok I will

    Maybe not tonight, not sure it will work as well with lasagne :o:
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    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    I have never seen pre-cut pizza, except for take away/delivery pizza.
    Exactly.
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    Eighths, but if I'm honest it's usually someone else cutting it up and me just grabbing a piece when they're not looking.
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    Quarters, though the pizzas I usually eat tend to be slightly smaller than standard I think for some strange reason. (Iceland's spicy chilli :yep:)
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    quarters
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    Either quaters or eights. Sixths is too difficult!
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    Sixths
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    (Original post by nearlyheadlessian)
    I always use scissors to do it.
    Thankyou! My flatmates are always mocking me for using scissors but it makes sense! Pizza cutters are usually rubbish!


    Oh, and sixths unless it's really big. Or quarters/halves if it's really cheesey and it's just for me.
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    (Original post by curlywurly91)
    Either quaters or eights. Sixths is too difficult!
    It's really not! Look at an asterisk: *

    Just do that, three slices straight through.
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    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    I was having a discussion with some people the other day, and it seems some people have differing ideas on the "correct" way to divide a pizza into slices :p:

    So how do you cut yours?
    I would say;
    With a pizza slicy roller thing into over 9000 peices?

    but, that could no longer be the slightest bit amusing?

    heh, thanks for the rep before
 
 
 
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