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Thin Crust or Fluffy Crust Pizza

Posted Feb 25, '13 at 6:54pm

Terry_Logic

Terry_Logic

4,503 posts

Why order thin crust pizza when you can just eat the box it came in?

 

Posted Feb 25, '13 at 8:42pm

1zth

1zth

194 posts

I don't know I love both

 

Posted Feb 25, '13 at 9:49pm

ironblade41

ironblade41

530 posts

Italian and you can't even spell ravioli. Nice.

You corrected a terrible spellers spelling mistake. Congrats. You must get all the ladies.


I get all the grammar/spelling nazi ladies.
 

Posted Mar 2, '13 at 10:44pm

kevin8ye

kevin8ye

584 posts

For like a short snack, thin cruyst. Dinner; fluffy

 

Posted Mar 3, '13 at 6:30pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,891 posts

Why order thin crust pizza when you can just eat the box it came in?


Thin crust gives it a bit more crunch..which some people prefer
 

Posted Mar 3, '13 at 7:02pm

sourwhatup2

sourwhatup2

3,795 posts

It's not only the crust though, usually with thin crust it's thin pizza. And vice versa.

Okay it's fine if I order pizza or something cause I'm hungry or whatever and it'll usually be like papa johns(It's decent here) or something like that. I don;t mind it, whatever. But look if I'm going out to a pizzeria/restaurant where they make the pizza right there and it's fresh out of the oven for you, I prefer thin, plus they usually make it thin anyways because pizzerias stick to the roots. I always go to a restaurant a few streets away from my house and the pizza is great there. Hawaiian is my fav though and I've tried at least 50% of what they have there.

 

Posted Mar 4, '13 at 4:59pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,891 posts

It's not only the crust though, usually with thin crust it's thin pizza. And vice versa.


O.O it must be done. Thin crust pizza with fluffy body..and fluffy crust pizza with thin body
 

Posted Mar 5, '13 at 6:36pm

GhostOfMetal

GhostOfMetal

719 posts

I quite like that idea.. I would totally but that all the time. I personally prefer fluffy crust because I like the way it is rarely hard and crunchy. It's like biting into a cloud.
There's also a category of crust not mentioned in this comparison.. Stuffed crust and its various forms.

 

Posted Mar 5, '13 at 6:39pm

TheFlash6

TheFlash6

85 posts

GET FLUFFY YO!

 

Posted Mar 24, '13 at 5:05pm

S_man98

S_man98

225 posts

I prefer thin crust when I'm kinda hungey, and fluffy when I'm really hungry.

 
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