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# Pizza by the Pound

Sell pizza by the pound, not by the slice, or per pie.
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We just had a huge honking pizza. Sell pizza by the pound, not the slice. I think.
 — blissmiss, Oct 12 2014

Metric English http://www.halfbake...0English#1371328448
[not_morrison_rm, Oct 13 2014]

Selling England By The Pound http://www.youtube....watch?v=7Rn9tzirks4
[normzone, Oct 13 2014]

But wouldn't that just encourage the adding of filler? Like crust, oil, and green peppers?
 — the porpoise, Oct 13 2014

 // pound //

Sp. "0.44599 kg"
 — 8th of 7, Oct 13 2014

 //Sp. "0.44599 kg"

Ahh, best to avoid that, as Metric English showed..
 — not_morrison_rm, Oct 13 2014

Yes, this would incentive the use of cheap, dense ingredients. For example, lard, or water.
 — hippo, Oct 13 2014

Honking pizza should be delivered by Harpo Marx.
 — pertinax, Oct 13 2014

 Coca-cola.

 // lard //

You say that like it's a bad thing, [hip]
 — 8th of 7, Oct 13 2014

 //Sp. "0.44599 kg"//

 This just highlights the lunacy that is the metric system. It is typical of the cheese-eating surrender monkeys to come up with a unit that is such a bizarre multiple of the pound.

The only way to fix this is to use a base 0.44599 number system. Then the kilogram equals 1x the pound, and becomes useable.
 — MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 13 2014

I'm just glad no one noticed the relationship between "honking" and geese. Things might have gone way haywire then...
 — blissmiss, Oct 13 2014

If you ground up all of the ingredients post-baking together into a paste and then extruded it, you could sell it by the foot, fathom, or rod. I'm surprised this hasn't already happened somewhere. Pink pizza slime sausage. Yum!
 — RayfordSteele, Oct 14 2014

Obligatory WIFRT: When I first read this I thought it was going to be about eating pizza near a canine detention facility, in order to avoid wasting the inedible bits of crust.
 — Canuck, Oct 14 2014

 // inedible bits of crust //

You're obviously buying the wrong sort of pizza.
 — 8th of 7, Oct 14 2014

 //inedible bits of crust.//

You do know that pizza comes in a box?
 — MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 14 2014

Depending on your local pizzeria, sometimes the box is the best part.
 — RayfordSteele, Oct 15 2014

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