Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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pizza mind game

funny Rorschach patterns on a pizza competition.
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correctly identify the pattern on your pizza before consuming. fill out the card on the box and return to manufacturer. the winner will be the first correct entry drawn at random every friday after the competition closes at 11.59 p.m. or pub closing time whichever is the later.

the pizzas are laid out mechanically and are all identical, the pattern is made up of pepperoni, tomato, green and red peppers and extra cheese. the two sides of each pizza are a mirror image of each other. play now for that big prize.

the chef’s decision is final.

po, Jun 24 2003

Too easy? http://www.ltscotla...resources/pizza.gif
[k_sra, Oct 17 2004]

after DrBobby, I love this madman to bits http://www.xs4all.nl/~fransthe/Blobby/
[po, Oct 17 2004]

Found It! http://www.toledo-b...blind/Ishihara.html
Pepperoni, Salami, Peppers, Sweetcorn. It's all there! [gnomethang, Oct 17 2004]


       Four different Rorschach pizzas in a row. They all look like breasts.
Worldgineer, Jun 24 2003

       Virgin Mary? I thought she was a cocktail kinda gal.
{that was poor}
Jinbish, Jun 24 2003

       thats a bloody mary, silly.
po, Jun 24 2003

       It looks like... like... the belt dad used to whup me with! Now I remember it all! Waaahh! *sniff*   

       Hey, I'm cured! :)
snarfyguy, Jun 24 2003

       Congratulations. Have a beer.
Worldgineer, Jun 24 2003

       <Notes that k_sra's pic is from a Scottish website, wonders why pizza isn't covered in crispy batter>
my face your, Jun 24 2003

       Croissant for the idea but I would like to extend it if I may:
Having been impressed by the pizza.gif from [k_sra] it occurred to me that I had seen something similar before, namely in the Science Museum in London*
The purpose of this tesserated circle was a test for red/green and other colour blindness. If you could trace a continuous path across the circle or see a figure (8 for example) that was comprised of two different colours then this was an indication of the above ocular failure.
The application of red and green peppers, chillies etc could turn this competition into a wake up call for a visit to the eye doc and subsequent exclusion from the flying corps/electrical company of your choice.
*England for Americans and other Aliens.
gnomethang, Jun 24 2003

       [k_sra] Its either Mr Blobby or an English high court Judge.
silverstormer, Jun 24 2003

       The answer [k_sra]?
silverstormer, Jun 25 2003

       [k-sra]'s pizza? Looks like my last girlfriend!
Onestone, Jun 25 2003

       [silver], I don't know. I don't see a number eight and it makes me worry...
k_sra, Jun 25 2003

       I can't make out anything on k_sra's pizza. I am not very good at my own game.
po, Jun 25 2003

       [k_sra]... The sun will come out tomorrow, you can bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow, there'll be sun...   

       Its Annie!
ato_de, Jun 25 2003

       A smiling sheep or Sarah Jessica Parker?
sufc, Jun 25 2003

       It’s either that skull The Grateful Dead used on their albums or Madelyn Albright.
Shz, Jun 26 2003

       Only if they remove the carrot-esque chunks.
silverstormer, Jun 26 2003

       that sounds like Jasper Carrot
po, Jun 26 2003

       ...two cannibals eating a clown, one turns to the other and says, "Does this taste funny to you?"....
silverstormer, Jun 26 2003

       Instead of interpreting the pizza itself, the pizza eater could examine the underside of the box lid, which will without a doubt present an abstract, graphic configuration of grease stains. They could return the box top, along with their interpretation of the "image" to the delivery person immediately.
dhope, Jun 26 2003


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