Mathematical constants + tastiness FTW.
It's hard not to love pizza. It's just so accommodating. It's foldable for picking up and eating and yet you don't look weird eating it with a fork. It comes in pretty much any variety you can imagine and some you can't. Dessert pizza? yesplz.
As part of our anniversary proceedings each year, we like to look back. And this year we looked back and saw few shirts looking back at us. This shirt, specifically, was one of them. And it had pizza on it. Who are we to deny pizza?
Pizza is the perfect food. It's got your grain, your dairy, your... fruit. Man, we make a face just typing that. Fruit doesn't belong on pizza. But we digress. Food pyramid. Depending on your choice of toppings, pizza may also provide protein and vegetables. It's good hot or cold. It's good morning, noon, and night. And, best of all, someone else makes it and brings it to you.
However, when we ventured outside the hallowed halls of ThinkGeek World Domination HQ, we discovered there was a great chasm in our ranks. To meet up with the mothership, we traveled to Chicago, which spurred the Great Pizza Debate. Some people, t-shirt girl included, are fans of the thin crust. For us, pizza is all about the ratio of toppings to bready product. And pizza is meant to be slid under the door when the partaker is not amenable to socializing, which is far more complicated with deep dish. However, the denizens of thick crust fandom can settle this debate pretty easily with one diagram. The one on this shirt. There is so much more pizza in a deep dish pizza. And with food, as with many things, more is better.
A diagram of pizza on a red 100% cotton t-shirt with the equation V=z2a beneath. Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry. Imported.