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Man calls out pizza restaurant over order mishap

Morgan Greenwald
·1-min read
Pizza delivery
Pizza delivery

A TikTok user is going viral after sharing the unusual — and concerning — way a pizza restaurant decided to serve up his pepperoni pizza.

The man, who shared his story on Nov. 11 to his account @roni_mac_aroni, showed off the pizza he received and delivered a message straight to the person who prepared his food.

“To whoever cut my pizza: I don’t know what you were smoking, but dude, can I have some?” he joked.

As you can see in the video, whoever cut @roni_mac_aroni’s pizza did so unevenly and with such a lack of precision that the slices are either far too big or far too small. Some of them have barely any pepperoni on them!

Since @roni_mac_aroni took his delivery mishap in stride, most TikTok users laughed along with him.

“They said ‘close enough,'” one person joked.

“Ngl that pizza looks fire,” another added.

“That was their last day quitting pizza order,” a third wisecracked.

Since @roni_mac_aroni didn’t divulge where his pizza was from, some users took to the comments to speculate about which chains might’ve messed this up. (Popular guesses included Little Caesars, Domino’s, Pizza Hut and Chuck E. Cheese.)

If 2020 could be summed up in a pizza pie, this would be it.

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