Quote from Anon
This corner of the web is my place to share opinions, beliefs and ideas. I share them for my own sanity and hope that you the reader are inspired, motivated or are able to take away a glimmer of hope. It’s your choice to click the site, to read and I’m glad that you do. You don’t have to – unless you’re my parents, in which case you are bound by the supportive nature of the role.
Let’s discuss pizza for a moment. The strong carbohydrate base that supports all of the goodness above it, the foundation of all great decisions. The melted cheese that’s brings joy to the palette, the tomato sauce that clearly knows its place – hidden under the joyful melted cheese…then any toppings that YOU choose. Heaven. Pizza even caters for diversity. From the controversial pineapple to the slimy mushroom (yup not a fan) you create a pizza topping bonanza that reflects your mood and taste.
I personally love pizza when it’s served so hot in burns the inside of your mouth or cold the next day from the fridge. You can eat it at lunch, dinner, snack or the cold breakfast option.
You see pizza like life isn’t simple, it comes with variables, it’s personal and it very often doesn’t disappoint. Until you’re just about to take a bite and someone passes comment.
“Urghhh why’ve you got sweet corn on it?”
” I don’t eat pizza I’m gluten conscious, vegan, lacto – licious”
Or the worst…
“I love pizza, can I try a slice of yours?”
You see much like the quote, I ordered pizza. I asked for sweet corn, I asked for a deep pan, I vocally made a vowel whispered between myself and the waitress of what I wanted. Like life, I will make decisions that I’ll regret (in this case sweet corn) or decisions to avoid things I’m not okay with (stuffed crusts or any testicle derivative claiming to be a meat feast) but I didn’t ask you.
I have NEVER bitten in to a slice of pizza and asked for an opinion to be made, frankly silence and pizza are a great combination.
So when I walk in a room much like pizza, if I haven’t asked for your opinion on my outfit, don’t give it. If a new parent looks exhausted they don’t need you to tell them, this became extremely apparent at 2am, 3am and 4am. If a pregnant woman waddles in she doesn’t need to hear how big she looks or be told she is about to pop. Opinions are best projected when ordering your own pizza.
If however you don’t like pizza (???) and opinions are over flowing from you. Here are three things you can do:
- Join a pressure group or political party
- Create your own domain / blog or YouTube channel
- Stick the pizza in your mouth anyway
14 thoughts on “The difference between pizza and your opinion is I only asked for pizza.”
Love it. Just like pizza 🙂 unsolicited parenting advice can be really irritating too, especially when you generally know your kid better than the random stranger #SatSesh
Haha yes, why do people do that?
YES, this quote is perfect. I bloody love pizza as well X #thesatsesh
Haha think of this quote when you have your next slice
I do love pizza with pineapple. I don’t like unsolicited advice! #thatsatsesh
Haha that’s the spirit
I love pizza and hate opinions when i’ve not asked for them!
See it’s a winning quote
Sorry I forgot to #satsesh 🙂
Haha thanks hun
Ha ha ha – love this! I’ve been thinking of joining a political party recently actually….. #thesatsesh xx
Do it, why not x
Brilliant analogy, and now I want pizza. And sweet corn. M’wah! #thesatsesh xo
Haha 😆 controversial
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