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2014-01-19 04:28:48 PM
Worst. Photoshop. Ever.
I mean, come on! Look at the pixels.
 
2014-01-19 04:44:01 PM
The dude's face on teh pizza looks like Uncle Rico.
 
2014-01-19 06:20:01 PM

rooftop235: Worst. Photoshop. Ever.
I mean, come on! Look at the pixels.


Hey... what do you expect for 30 minutes or less?
 
2014-01-19 09:03:04 PM
Where is the FAIL? It's not like those Domino's pizzas are fit to eat or anything.
 
2014-01-19 09:41:30 PM
I kept expecting to read they met and worked at the same Dominos, but nooo.

Well, there is that.
 
2014-01-19 09:48:04 PM
Nothing says Love like eating your spouse's face.

And subby uses "FAIL" in the headline but doesn't use the tag?
 
2014-01-19 10:39:06 PM
Stop liking what I don't like.
 
2014-01-19 10:41:36 PM
I actually crave Dominos from time to time.

Not often.

This is not one of those times.

/her breath, it smells of anchovies
 
2014-01-19 10:41:42 PM
Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.
 
2014-01-19 10:41:57 PM
YOU DON'T GET FOUR TAGS.
 
2014-01-19 10:47:42 PM
Get tattoos, they'll last longer.
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-01-19 10:52:18 PM
I used to live near a Domino's.  On drunken nights I would stumble down the block and pick up one of their $5 pizzas, then scarf that thing down like it was my last meal.

/good times
 
2014-01-19 11:03:46 PM
A bad idea and poorly executed. I hope the marriage isn't as much a failure as their wedding reception.
 
2014-01-19 11:04:22 PM

peewinkle: I actually crave Dominos from time to time.

Not often.

This is not one of those times.

/her breath, it smells of anchovies


Dude... turn the pizza over
 
2014-01-19 11:11:20 PM

i2.mirror.co.uk


"Pizza Face" used to be an insult...  I'm pretty sure it still is...

 
2014-01-19 11:16:07 PM
I don't know which threads on Fark are more obnoxious to read: beer snob threads or pizza snob threads.

Although one thing I'm sure we can all agree on is that Chicago-style deep dish shouldn't even be called pizza.  It's a tomato quiche.
 
2014-01-19 11:22:48 PM
The female pizza face looks like Arya.
 
2014-01-19 11:25:01 PM

darkjezter: It's a tomato quiche.


See, I think you were trying to be clever, but it wound up coming off as stupid.

Agree with you on the pizza snob thing though. It's cheap. It comes to your door. No, it ain't gourmet food, you get what you pay for. If you want something better for dinner, learn to operate a frying pan. There's a lot you can do with just one skillet.
 
2014-01-19 11:26:30 PM

darkjezter: I don't know which threads on Fark are more obnoxious to read: beer snob threads or pizza snob threads.

Although one thing I'm sure we can all agree on is that Chicago-style deep dish shouldn't even be called pizza.  It's a tomato quiche.


I prefer the term "lasagna on toast" but agree nonetheless.
 
2014-01-19 11:26:39 PM
Did they get complimentary penis bread sticks?
 
2014-01-19 11:30:15 PM

Random Internet Persona: Stop liking what I don't like.


Good food?
 
2014-01-19 11:34:24 PM
You have to be completely devoid of taste to order a pizza with your bride's face on it, so Domino's is a fitting medium.
 
2014-01-19 11:39:13 PM
And at the bottom of my iPhone version I got a 7-11 pizza ad.
 
2014-01-19 11:43:02 PM

cptjeff: darkjezter: It's a tomato quiche.

See, I think you were trying to be clever, but it wound up coming off as stupid.

Agree with you on the pizza snob thing though. It's cheap. It comes to your door. No, it ain't gourmet food, you get what you pay for. If you want something better for dinner, learn to operate a frying pan. There's a lot you can do with just one skillet.


Exactly this. Tonight was spaghetti.. using shredded carrot and thinly sliced celery as a base. Includes fresh mushroom, onion, garlic, red wine, beef, sausage meat, and various herbs and spices. Very rich sauce that my wife and I love, as well as our 2, 6, and 8 year old girls. Only takes one good skillet.

In all fairness, we do order Dominos once or twice a month. We like their new dough. The Domnos where we used to live was horrible.. we tried our local one after we bought our home last year. They have been very good-- not too greasy, plenty toppings, crispy crust, and hot. We also live less than half a mile from them, so that helps out.
 
2014-01-19 11:46:17 PM

darkjezter: I don't know which threads on Fark are more obnoxious to read: beer snob threads or pizza snob threads.

Although one thing I'm sure we can all agree on is that Chicago-style deep dish shouldn't even be called pizza.  It's a tomato quiche.


Call it what you want, but when it comes to food it's all about taste. "Tomato quiche" tastes better.
 
2014-01-19 11:48:07 PM

cptjeff: Agree with you on the pizza snob thing though. It's cheap. It comes to your door. No, it ain't gourmet food, you get what you pay for.


There's a lot of truth in the saying "Pizza is like sex: even when it's bad, it's still pretty good. And when it's good it's heaven."
 
2014-01-19 11:56:00 PM

marius2: YOU DON'T GET FOUR TAGS.


www.startrek.com
 
2014-01-20 12:02:28 AM

assjuice: Random Internet Persona: Stop liking what I don't like.

Good food?


No more like... people out there are doing things and stuff and I don't like it even though it had no bearing on me personally.

Stop it.

/I hate dominos pizza
 
2014-01-20 12:03:15 AM
*Has
 
2014-01-20 12:17:05 AM
I know someone mentioned worst PhotoShop ever... but....They weren't talking about the pizzas.Look at how someone used (poorly) the lasso tool to cut out the couple and pasted on that blurry background. My wife could 'shop better than that...
 
2014-01-20 12:21:14 AM

akede: Exactly this. Tonight was spaghetti.. using shredded carrot and thinly sliced celery as a base. Includes fresh mushroom, onion, garlic, red wine, beef, sausage meat, and various herbs and spices. Very rich sauce that my wife and I love, as well as our 2, 6, and 8 year old girls. Only takes one good skillet.


Sounds good. I'm lazy with pasta though. My recipe for pasta sauce usually goes something like this: Brown ground beer in dry vermouth with a bunch of herbs and spices. Add pasta sauce from a jar. Make sure everything is uniformly heated, add to pasta.

For one skillet things, I'm a big fan of Potatoes O'Brien, which is a Boston-Irish thing. Chop up a bunch of potatoes. Chop up an onion. Chop up some sausage. Add oil, salt, pepper, garlic, and a few herbs of your choosing. Toss it together in a large skillet, cook until potatoes are tender. Top with shredded cheese. When I do it, I add a bell pepper too.

The other thing: The steak dinner I ate a couple nights ago was cheaper than ordering a pizza, and took less time to prepare than it would take for a pizza to be delivered. Steak, baked potato, and a mixed green salad. Not complicated at all, really. Chop up a few greens and toppings, mix up the salad. Toss the potato in the microwave or oven (oven takes a lot longer though, so I just nuke 'em). Getting a steak right isn't really beginner cooking, but it's not rocket science. Use a cast iron skillet, and pre-heat it. It's gotta be ready to sear. Melt some butter in the bottom, add salt, pepper, garlic and rosemary. It'll flavor the butter and sear onto the outside of the steak. Add the steak. The goal is to only have to flip it once, so the timing takes practice. It won't take long, and you have a steak dinner. I can get a 2 pack of NY Strips at Giant for what, $7? Once you work in the sides, my meal probably cost about $4.50. Now, would you rather have that or a $10 Large pepperoni?
 
2014-01-20 12:35:09 AM
At $10 for a large pizza, you are eating shiat pizza
 
2014-01-20 01:00:33 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.


Their Brooklyn style pizza is pretty farking good. The regular stuff is good as far as chain pizza goes. It's not like your "local authentic" place uses different dough or sauce.
 
2014-01-20 01:39:24 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: AverageAmericanGuy: Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.

Their Brooklyn style pizza is pretty farking good. The regular stuff is good as far as chain pizza goes. It's not like your "local authentic" place uses different dough or sauce.


Yes, the local good places do use much better ingredients. Domino's can't even call the cheese-like product they put on their pizzas mozzarella, it comes in big boxes labelled "pizza cheese."

Judging by how popular places like Domino's seem in England I have to wonder if it is possible to get a good piece of pizza in that entire country.
 
2014-01-20 01:50:30 AM
Could have been worse.  Could have been Papa John's pizzas.  Those things are disgusting.
 
2014-01-20 02:15:49 AM

wesmon: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: AverageAmericanGuy: Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.

Their Brooklyn style pizza is pretty farking good. The regular stuff is good as far as chain pizza goes. It's not like your "local authentic" place uses different dough or sauce.

Yes, the local good places do use much better ingredients. Domino's can't even call the cheese-like product they put on their pizzas mozzarella, it comes in big boxes labelled "pizza cheese."

Judging by how popular places like Domino's seem in England I have to wonder if it is possible to get a good piece of pizza food in that entire country.


FTFY and the answer is no.
 
2014-01-20 02:46:35 AM

Mr.Bobo: "Pizza Face" used to be an insult...  I'm pretty sure it still is...


It still is, but it used to be, too.
 
2014-01-20 03:03:42 AM
FTA " the couple's faces created from toppings, including tomato, ham and sweetcorn"

The sweetcorn was for the teeth apparently. Ew.
 
2014-01-20 03:21:44 AM

wesmon: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: AverageAmericanGuy: Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.

Their Brooklyn style pizza is pretty farking good. The regular stuff is good as far as chain pizza goes. It's not like your "local authentic" place uses different dough or sauce.

Yes, the local good places do use much better ingredients. Domino's can't even call the cheese-like product they put on their pizzas mozzarella, it comes in big boxes labelled "pizza cheese."

Judging by how popular places like Domino's seem in England I have to wonder if it is possible to get a good piece of pizza in that entire country.


I lived in London and I can tell you the answer is no.

I recall two styles of pizza in England: the all you can eat dried-out buffet places, sort of like a CiCi's Pizza, and tourist booths, run apparently by Turks, that sell something called pizza that consists of an inch-thick, bland dough, with a bare whisper of sauce, cheese and maybe some animal grease, and often sold with sweetcorn as an available topping. Corn, like you would get from a can. I love street food and I understand the urge to sell tourists the worst possible food, but this might be the worlds worst street food.
 
2014-01-20 04:57:41 AM

highwayrun: wesmon: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: AverageAmericanGuy: Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.

Their Brooklyn style pizza is pretty farking good. The regular stuff is good as far as chain pizza goes. It's not like your "local authentic" place uses different dough or sauce.

Yes, the local good places do use much better ingredients. Domino's can't even call the cheese-like product they put on their pizzas mozzarella, it comes in big boxes labelled "pizza cheese."

Judging by how popular places like Domino's seem in England I have to wonder if it is possible to get a good piece of pizza in that entire country.

I lived in London and I can tell you the answer is no.

I recall two styles of pizza in England: the all you can eat dried-out buffet places, sort of like a CiCi's Pizza, and tourist booths, run apparently by Turks, that sell something called pizza that consists of an inch-thick, bland dough, with a bare whisper of sauce, cheese and maybe some animal grease, and often sold with sweetcorn as an available topping. Corn, like you would get from a can. I love street food and I understand the urge to sell tourists the worst possible food, but this might be the worlds worst street food.


Knew about the corn thing because I used to work in a pizza place here in the States and had a couple different British people come in to order and ask why we didn't have corn as a topping.
 
2014-01-20 05:35:17 AM

wesmon: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: AverageAmericanGuy: Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.

Their Brooklyn style pizza is pretty farking good. The regular stuff is good as far as chain pizza goes. It's not like your "local authentic" place uses different dough or sauce.

Yes, the local good places do use much better ingredients. Domino's can't even call the cheese-like product they put on their pizzas mozzarella, it comes in big boxes labelled "pizza cheese."


There were two local independent pizza places near my house.
.... In the one we found dough that was airy and crispy, tomatoes that were *Mwah!* and real cheese.
.... In the other we found the most appalling greased-up cow patty ever made by man, possibly dairy-free.
One of them is now "under new management" and significantly reformed. Guess which one.

People have no taste.
 
2014-01-20 06:08:58 AM

highwayrun: wesmon: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: AverageAmericanGuy: Like any of you fatties would turn down a slice of Domino's pizza.

Their Brooklyn style pizza is pretty farking good. The regular stuff is good as far as chain pizza goes. It's not like your "local authentic" place uses different dough or sauce.

Yes, the local good places do use much better ingredients. Domino's can't even call the cheese-like product they put on their pizzas mozzarella, it comes in big boxes labelled "pizza cheese."

Judging by how popular places like Domino's seem in England I have to wonder if it is possible to get a good piece of pizza in that entire country.

I lived in London and I can tell you the answer is no.

I recall two styles of pizza in England: the all you can eat dried-out buffet places, sort of like a CiCi's Pizza, and tourist booths, run apparently by Turks, that sell something called pizza that consists of an inch-thick, bland dough, with a bare whisper of sauce, cheese and maybe some animal grease, and often sold with sweetcorn as an available topping. Corn, like you would get from a can. I love street food and I understand the urge to sell tourists the worst possible food, but this might be the worlds worst street food.


You're so full of shiat that when you talk it seeps out of your mouth and nose and contaminates everything you're eating and renders you unable to find good pizza.

If you can't find good pizza in London, or even good food, then you're a fool of the highest calibre. Stop embarrassing yourself and blaming a whole city, or country, for your own childish inability to find a restaurant.

Honestly I've heard a lot of stupid shiat on Fark but this takes the prize. No good pizza in London? You're all farking idiots. You can get every single style of pizza from anywhere in the world in London cooked a thousand different ways. You can get anything you like here, just put a modicum of effort into finding it, and don't write off the whole culinary delights of an entire city because you had a shiat pizza from a greasy guy on the side of the road... Seriously, what were you expecting?
 
2014-01-20 06:52:13 AM
Lol. Looks like someone in London just woke up.

Accept the fact that there's a reason for the stereotype.
 
2014-01-20 07:32:37 AM

cptjeff: darkjezter: It's a tomato quiche.

See, I think you were trying to be clever, but it wound up coming off as stupid.

Agree with you on the pizza snob thing though. It's cheap. It comes to your door. No, it ain't gourmet food, you get what you pay for. If you want something better for dinner, learn to operate a frying pan. There's a lot you can do with just one skillet.

this. it is what it is. it's delivery pizza delivered to your door. a lot of people (I know this comes as a shock) can't just run down to sal's authentic Italian pizzeria on 46th. I don't care for dominos, don't remember the last time I had it (probably avoid the noid days). but hey, they must be doing something right, and some times it's just nice to have people bring some food to you.
/oh, and don't be a d*ck, tip the driver decently, as you would expect to be tipped. even if the restaurant charges a delivery fee, chances are they get none of it.

 
2014-01-20 07:44:47 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Lol. Looks like someone in London just woke up.

Accept the fact that there's a reason for the stereotype.


Sure, we all love stereotypes, I was grouchy there because I hadn't had my morning boiled cabbage stew breakfast strained through my 4 wonkey teeths. I'm sure as an AverageAmericanGuy you are yourself familiar with stereotypes of Americans, but pizza isn't something that is stereotyped about Britain, so it isn't really relevant. It's foreign food cooked by foreigners, that was my point, you can have it done however you like by whoever you like. You have to consciously try to never have good pizza in London if pizza is your thing. He ate a slice from a Turkish guy with a cart. C'mon, it's just not a reasonable complaint.
 
2014-01-20 07:48:33 AM

Slaxl: AverageAmericanGuy: Lol. Looks like someone in London just woke up.

Accept the fact that there's a reason for the stereotype.

Sure, we all love stereotypes, I was grouchy there because I hadn't had my morning boiled cabbage stew breakfast strained through my 4 wonkey teeths. I'm sure as an AverageAmericanGuy you are yourself familiar with stereotypes of Americans, but pizza isn't something that is stereotyped about Britain, so it isn't really relevant. It's foreign food cooked by foreigners, that was my point, you can have it done however you like by whoever you like. You have to consciously try to never have good pizza in London if pizza is your thing. He ate a slice from a Turkish guy with a cart. C'mon, it's just not a reasonable complaint.


Yeah, but come on. Turkey pizza? That ain't right.
 
2014-01-20 08:00:19 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Slaxl: AverageAmericanGuy: Lol. Looks like someone in London just woke up.

Accept the fact that there's a reason for the stereotype.

Sure, we all love stereotypes, I was grouchy there because I hadn't had my morning boiled cabbage stew breakfast strained through my 4 wonkey teeths. I'm sure as an AverageAmericanGuy you are yourself familiar with stereotypes of Americans, but pizza isn't something that is stereotyped about Britain, so it isn't really relevant. It's foreign food cooked by foreigners, that was my point, you can have it done however you like by whoever you like. You have to consciously try to never have good pizza in London if pizza is your thing. He ate a slice from a Turkish guy with a cart. C'mon, it's just not a reasonable complaint.

Yeah, but come on. Turkey pizza? That ain't right.


Exactly! If I went to America and had a greasy Turkish pizza with no sauce and spray on cheese which was terrible, and then said as a result all pizza in America is terrible you'd rightly reprimand me and tell me to go eat proper pizza.
 
2014-01-20 08:01:57 AM

Slaxl: AverageAmericanGuy: Slaxl: AverageAmericanGuy: Lol. Looks like someone in London just woke up.

Accept the fact that there's a reason for the stereotype.

Sure, we all love stereotypes, I was grouchy there because I hadn't had my morning boiled cabbage stew breakfast strained through my 4 wonkey teeths. I'm sure as an AverageAmericanGuy you are yourself familiar with stereotypes of Americans, but pizza isn't something that is stereotyped about Britain, so it isn't really relevant. It's foreign food cooked by foreigners, that was my point, you can have it done however you like by whoever you like. You have to consciously try to never have good pizza in London if pizza is your thing. He ate a slice from a Turkish guy with a cart. C'mon, it's just not a reasonable complaint.

Yeah, but come on. Turkey pizza? That ain't right.

Exactly! If I went to America and had a greasy Turkish pizza with no sauce and spray on cheese which was terrible, and then said as a result all pizza in America is terrible you'd rightly reprimand me and tell me to go eat proper pizza.


No, I mean, only in England could anyone think putting turkey on a pizza was a good idea.
 
2014-01-20 11:09:52 AM
I ate Domino's pizza once.
 
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