That is pretty cool, might have to see about pizza tonight if you get an extra 15% knocked off for using an xbox.
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ok is it just me or the fine line between convenience and sheer laziness being blurred more and more every day. I mean one day we wont need limbs
Heh with this you really don't since it will do voice commands :P
Pizza Hut pizza doesn't so much have greasy crust as they have crusty grease.
True but stuffed crust pizza is still good.
First app yes but Everquest 2 had a command /pizza that would launch (at least initially) a web browser to allow you to order a pizza so you didn't have to leave the game. I believe it ultimately failed because they couldn't get the web browser to work in game cleanly enough. From Wiki
In February 2005, EverQuest II began allowing players to place an order for pizza delivery from within the game, with a simple and easy command typed into the chat bar, "/pizza". This promotion has since ended, but generated significant press for the game.
I'm a newbie here so hopefully I can create some entertaining input here. Hopefully I can contribute to the forum because its a pretty cool crowd here, people provide some pretty cool things. I think that stuffed crust pizza is the best and remains the best so far, until they invent something new, probably soon. I agree with @ajm531
as its just becoming a sheer lazy world ....infact its coming to the point that its so easy to order from your xbox or phone etc etc you shouldn't eat a pizza because you haven't burnt enough calories in attaining the pizza. As we are talking pizza, you might find this interesting, hopefully its a good contribution to the forum and for you all as its a pizza font that you might find handy... http://www.fontsaddict.com/font/pizzadudefatoutline.html
Pretty funky hey. Hope you like
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