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08-20-08, 01:30 PM #1
8-20-08 Question of the day
Why does a round pizza come in square box?
08-20-08, 02:00 PM #2
08-20-08, 02:41 PM #3
probably is easier and costs less to make square boxes, not all pizza is round though, sicilian is square or rectangular.
08-20-08, 03:28 PM #4
Cause round boxes are hard to make.Thereís a promise I need you to make
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08-20-08, 03:46 PM #5
08-20-08, 03:49 PM #6
Square boxes are easier to stack.
08-20-08, 04:01 PM #7
08-20-08, 04:26 PM #8
It's easier to get the pizza out?
08-20-08, 04:30 PM #9
08-20-08, 04:42 PM #10
08-20-08, 04:44 PM #11
08-20-08, 04:52 PM #12
OK, I tried to "think outside the box" about this without Google, but you didn't like my answers, so I have no choice but to Google.
This is apparently a very popular question on the internet, and a Google search produced thousands of hits with the phrase "round pizza square box" in it. The top hit was from a site called "Stupid Questions Answered".
(Not that I should be throwing round rocks at stupid questions, living in a square glass house as I do! )
The answers seemed to be mostly the same as the ones I and others came up with, some of which sparked heated and sometimes cheesy debates like the ones in this thread. But apparently someone else (
http://www.pizzamarketplace.com/article.php?id=3155) has already come up with the idea of a round pizza box already, so there goes your idea for funding O/R with an innovative new round pizza box business!
08-20-08, 07:17 PM #13
Because they are made by someone who is still mad because he couldn't get the square peg in the round hole as a child.
08-20-08, 07:19 PM #14
BTW, the Sicilician pizzas I always ate in the Bronx were rectangular not round. That was some good pizza!
08-20-08, 07:40 PM #15
There are alot of great pizzerias in the Bronx! It is all in the dough, NY water makes the best dough, bread, bagels and so forth.
08-20-08, 08:01 PM #16
If it's round....is it still a Box?Insert witty comment and disclaimer here.
08-20-08, 08:43 PM #17
I can't remember if I knew where Crosby Street was! The pizza place I mostly went to was (is still?) on Morris Park Avenue. It was on a corner and was owned by former(?) LEOs if I recall correctly. I lived in that area for just short of four years (1992-1995).
A round Sicilian just doesn't sound right.
08-20-08, 09:37 PM #18
So pot-heads don't eat the box, thinking it's the pizza.Molly Weasley makes Chuck Norris eat his vegetables.
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08-20-08, 09:53 PM #19
Pizza Hut used to market a rectangular pizza. They called it The Big Foot. It was 12 by 18 inches long and you could get anything you wanted on it. The price wasn't too bad either.
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08-20-08, 10:23 PM #20
Because a square pizza wouldn't fit in a round box. What is the question tomorrow Reca, why do hot dogs come in packages of ten and hot dog buns come in packages of eight.SI VIS PACEM PARA BELLUM-Ex-Sheriff Martin Howe to Will Kane in "High Noon"
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