How do you feel about... rectangular pizzas?

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#1

Last night I purchased a pizza from the Coop.

It was rectangular.

This allowed me to easily attach it to the bungee strap things on my bag and cycle home:

It was very tasty. If fit easily onto a baking sheet (yes I am one of those people who still uses one for pizzas), and it was easy to cut. Therefore I am down with rectangular pizzas.

How do you feel?


#2

Those co-op pizzas are great :thumbsup:


#3

Forgot to say, this is the first in a weekly series of “how do you feel about…”


#4

It was excellent. I am also now a Coop member so win-win.


#5

No strong feelings either way, tbqfh.

I remember my mum used to get this really thin rectangular pizza from Tesco? M&S? and it was phenomenal.


#6

Any decent local charity for your 1%?


#7

Think I prefer round marginally but I feel fine about rectangular pizzas. Have eaten them in the past and am likely to eat more in the future. Thanks for asking


#8

Also, Co-op luxury pizzas are absolutely top of the bumweepocalypse scales for me. The £1.50 ones from Iceland are the safest (presumably the synthetic cheese analogue they use has never seen the inside of a cow).

Thought you’d all like to know that.


#9

All my plates are round.


#10

fuck off have you made a pizza thread about cycling

you sicken me


#11

Does this mean you only eat round foods?


#12

how do you feel about… spherical cows?


#13

That’s no way to talk about [diser]'s mum


#14

I live on a diet of meatballs and peas.


#15

Bloody loads of them (I picked one which helps homeless people)!!!


#16

So long as it’s cut into triangles, triangular food tastes better


#17

How do you feel about samosas?


#18

I like them when it’s some non brand in a London newsagent oozing death, the m&ms ones that seem like they might be actually healthy not so much


#19

My go-to rubbish takeaway pizza is Presto, who serve square pizzas. The reasons I’ve settle for this are numerous and boil down to the fact that:

  • everywhere else in town that delivers is rubbish/expensive/take ages and there are no decent stone baked places that I know of
  • They have the medium pizza/4wings/can offer cheaper than their competitors
  • Most importantly: a square pizza has about 27% more pizza than the same diameter circular pizza

#20

M&s