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I guess there's a certain synchronicity on this site, as there are a couple of comments in the forums from people who had pizza last night, which is odd because that's what we had for dinner in the BlueTower (odd because MrsBlue is one of the few people I know who is meh about this magnificent food, but she had an urge). What was weird is that when we got home we discovered the pizza was square, not a Sicilian-style pie, but rather what the receipt described as "traditional square," which neither of us had ever heard of before. This was sliced like a tic-tac-toe board, which left four corners which were almost entirely crust, four rectangles with crust on one end that oozed insides all over when you bit into them, and a huge center piece with no crust at all that would need to be eaten with a knife and fork. This all seemed a good demonstration of why pizza pies are usually round.
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