sometimes i get overwhelmed by how deeply ive thought about pizza.
(I actually have no issue with square pizza conceptually, though it's not my preferred way of having pizza. traditional sicilian pizza is square, so as far as i'm concerned it's legit.)
which is why most "party" pizzas (intended to serve like, 20 or 30 people with one pizza) are square
the problem with a round pizza on this scale, i guess, is that you couldn't cut it so every slice was like, reasonably sized. if you wanted a slice that had the surface area of a typical new york slice but from a pizza with a radius of over a meter you'd wind up with a comically long and thin slice of pizza.
and have it be fucking round, like god intended
honestly like it doesn't look *that* big? like it's big and it'd take a lot of people to eat it but i bet you could construct a larger commercially available pizza
answer: it's from this place in LA, it costs $200, and it'S FUCKING SQUARE (1m37cm^2)
*googles "largest commercially available pizza"*
it's been really fun to watch mastodon slowly become exactly as totally exhausting as twitter, but for very different reasons
she says, shouting into the void on an obscure foss federated distributed social network
fuckin weird foss nerds are so exhausting shut up and make dick jokes with yr buds like a normal person
is there a more condescending tech elitist concept than "eternal september"
"weh this thing is broadly accessible and that makes me mad wehhhhhh"