Pizza Quotes

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Rachel Vincent
“That's because Tod never brings anything but death and bad advice," I snapped.
"That's not true." Tod tried to grin, "Sometimes I bring pizza.”
Rachel Vincent, If I Die

Dora J. Arod
“My love is pizza shaped. Won’t you have a slice? It’s circular, so there’s enough to go around.
”
Dora J. Arod, Love quotes for the ages. And the ageless sages.

Rick Riordan
“Now, leave."
All three boys slumped forward. Percy fell face-first into his pizza.
"Percy!" Annabeth grabbed him.”
Rick Riordan, The Mark of Athena

J.A. Konrath
“Sorry to hear about your Dad."
He shrugged. "He was seventy, and we always told him fast food would kill him."
"Heart attack?"
"He was hit by a Pizza Express truck.”
J.A. Konrath, Whiskey Sour

G.A. McKevett
“There's very little in my world that a foot massage and a thin-crust, everything-on-it pizza won't set right.”
G.A. McKevett

Cassandra Clare
“You called me and said you were home and wanted to go out for a pizza."
"I did? What time is it?"
"Time for pizza," [Catarina] replied.”
Cassandra Clare, The Fall of the Hotel Dumort

Cassandra Clare
“Really?" [Catarina] said when he opened the door. " Two years and then you come back and don't even call for two weeks? And then it's 'Come over, I need you'? You didn't even tell me you were home, Magnus."
"I'm home", he said, giving what he considered to be his most winning smile. The smiling took a bit of effort, but hopefully it looked genuine.
"Don't even try that face with me. I am not one of your conquests, Magnus. I am your friend. We are supposed to get pizza, not do the nasty."
"The nasty? But I-"
"Don't." She held up a warning finger. "I mean it. I almost didn't come. But you sounded so pathetic on the phone I had to.”
Cassandra Clare, The Fall of the Hotel Dumort

Amy Neftzger
“Those pizzas I ate were for medicinal purposes.”
Amy Neftzger

Aishabella Sheikh
“Christmas was definitely the best thing ever, even better than pizza. But instead of all her favorite toppings, Amitola was surrounded by all her favorite people.”
Aishabella Sheikh, Jungle Princess

Kristen O'Neal
“Sometimes you just look at a person in that moment and think yes, they're going to be important to me. They're going to change the shape my life takes. We're going to mean something to each other.
This is the feeling I get as I watch Brigid try to fold an entire meat-lover's pizza in half, give up, and stack four slices directly on top of one another to shove them into her mouth.”
Kristen O'Neal, Lycanthropy and Other Chronic Illnesses

“Time is money, money is power, power is pizza, and pizza is knowledge, let's go!”
Aubrey Plaza

Santosh Kalwar
“The Dalai Lama walks into a pizza store... and says, "Can you make me one with everything?”
Santosh Kalwar, Gags and Extracts

Jarod Kintz
“How many minutes of my life have I wasted staring at the microwave waiting for my plate to get hot while my food stays refrigerated? To save time, and add potentially years to my life, I've decided that I do like cold pizza. I learned that from my ducks, as they LOVE cold pizza.”
Jarod Kintz, Music is fluid, and my saxophone overflows when my ducks slosh in the sounds I make in elevators.

Jennifer E. Smith
“There’s no such thing as bad pizza.”
Jennifer E. Smith, Field Notes on Love
tags: pizza

John Scalzi
“I want you to know there was some discussion about whether to make the pizza."
"Because it's a Hawaiian pizza?"
"Yeah. We have a new employee who makes the pizzas. He considers pineapple on a pizza against the laws of God and Nature." She held out the pizza.”
John Scalzi, The Dispatcher

Jarod Kintz
“The pizza at Brick Oven tastes like that classic line from that famous murder mystery movie “Rambo,” where Nicholas Cage rips off his tuxedo and says, “I may be a lot of things, but I ain’t no bowl of duck soup, sloshing around in a hurricane." Rambo II is even more romantic.”
Jarod Kintz, BearPaw Duck And Meme Farm presents: Two Ducks Brawling Is A Pre-Pillow Fight

Richard Osman
“I am learning that it is important to stop sometimes, and just have a drink and a gossip with friends, even as corpses start to pile up around you. Which they have been doing a lot recently.

It's a balancing act, of course, but, by and large, the corpses will still be there in the morning, and you mustn't let it spoil your Domino's.”
Richard Osman, The Man Who Died Twice

Jarod Kintz
“Sometimes the best pizza is sushi. That’s where I go to get my haircut. Discounts available for fish with fur. (Ducks are birds that swim, and are therefore not pizza.)”
Jarod Kintz, Music is fluid, and my saxophone overflows when my ducks slosh in the sounds I make in elevators.

Monique Truong
“The law gave me an entirely new vocabulary, a language that non-lawyers derisively referred to as "legalese." Unlike the basic building blocks- the day-to-day words- that got me from the subway to the office and back, the words of my legal vocabulary, more often than not, triggered flavors that I had experienced after leaving Boiling Springs, flavors that I had chosen for myself, derived from foods that were never contained within the boxes and the cans of DeAnne's kitchen.
Subpoenakiwifruit.
InjunctionCamembert.
Infringementlobster.
Jurisdictionfreshgreenbeans.
Appellantsourdoughbread.
ArbitrationGuinness.
Unconstitutionalasparagus.
ExculpatoryNutella.
I could go on and on, and I did.
Every day I was paid an astonishing amount of money to shuffle these words around on paper and, better yet, to say them aloud. At my yearly reviews, the partners I worked for commented that they had never seen a young lawyer so visibly invigorated by her work. One of the many reasons I was on track to make partner, I thought.
There were, of course, the rare and disconnecting exceptions. Some legal words reached back to the Dark Ages of my childhood and to the stunted diet that informed my earlier words. "Mitigating," for example, brought with it the unmistakable taste of elementary school cafeteria pizzas: rectangles of frozen dough topped with a ketchup-like sauce, the hard crumbled meat of some unidentifiable animal, and grated "cheese" that didn't melt when heated but instead retained the pattern of a badly crocheted coverlet. I had actually looked forward to the days when these rectangles were on the lunch menu, slapped onto my tray by the lunch ladies in hairnets and comfortable shoes. Those pizzas (even the word itself was pure exuberance with the two z's and the sound of satisfaction at the end... ah!) were evocative of some greater, more interesting locale, though how and where none of us at Boiling Springs Elementary circa 1975 were quite sure. We all knew what hamburgers and hot dogs were supposed to look and taste like, and we knew that the school cafeteria served us a second-rate version of these foods. Few of us students knew what a pizza was supposed to be. Kelly claimed that it was usually very big and round in shape, but both of these characteristics seemed highly improbable to me. By the time we were in middle school, a Pizza Inn had opened up along the feeder road to I-85. The Pizza Inn may or may not have been the first national chain of pizzerias to offer a weekly all-you-can-eat buffet. To the folks of the greater Boiling Springs-Shelby area, this was an idea that would expand their waistlines, if not their horizons. A Sizzler would later open next to the Pizza Inn (feeder road took on a new connotation), and it would offer the Holy Grail of all-you-can-eat buffets: steaks, baked potatoes, and, for the ladies, a salad bar complete with exotic fixings such as canned chickpeas and a tangle of slightly bruised alfalfa sprouts.
Along with "mitigating," these were some of the other legal words that also transported me back in time:
Egressredvelvetcake.
PerpetuityFrenchsaladdressing.
Compensatoryboiledpeanuts.
ProbateReese'speanutbuttercup.
FiduciaryCheerwine.
AmortizationOreocookie.”
Monique Truong, Bitter in the Mouth

“I think if you live in Brooklyn and you order pizza from a Dominos, you're a loser. I don't believe in Heaven or Hell, but I believe if you order a Brooklyn Dominos pizza, you're going to Hell. This is based in scripture.”
Mike Birbiglia, The New One: Painfully True Stories from a Reluctant Dad
tags: pizza

“Pizza is a Band Aid for so many problems.”
Mike Birbiglia, The New One: Painfully True Stories from a Reluctant Dad
tags: pizza

A.A. Albright
“Everything you make is the best, Abby.  Which is weird, because Aisling has not inherited your talent in the kitchen.”
“Hey,” I protested. “I’ll have you know I’m very good at dialling for pizza.”
A.A. Albright, Old-School Witch

John Scalzi
“John Scalzi
“I want you to know there was some discussion about whether to make the pizza."
"Because it's a Hawaiian pizza?"
"Yeah. We have a new employee who makes the pizzas. He considers pineapple on a pizza against the laws of God and Nature." She held out the pizza.”
John Scalzi, Murder by Other Means

Sarvesh Jain
“5 days a week is sufficient for most of the things in life. Except for Love, sex, and Pizza, that you need every day.”
Sarvesh Jain
tags: love, pizza, sex

Sarah Beth Durst
“I’d like to thank all the pizza and chocolate I consumed during the writing of this novel. This book wouldn’t exist without you. In particular, I’d like to call out a slice of balsamic tomato from Luigi’s Pizzeria for being my muse.”
Sarah Beth Durst, Fire & Heist

Amy Thomas
“We window-shopped along Court Street, the closest thing Brooklyn has to Manhattan, perusing the indie clothing boutiques, bookstores, and Italian bakeries, and stopped at Frankies 457 Spuntino, a casual Italian restaurant that every young Brooklynite loves, to pound fresh ricotta, gnocchi, and meatballs. Afterward, I dragged us ten blocks out of the way to hit up Sugar Shop, a modern-retro candy store I loved, to load up on malt balls and gummies.
We strolled the magnificent blocks of Victorian homes and green lawns in Ditmas Park, as if suddenly transported from the city's whirl to a faraway college town, perusing the rhubarb, Bibb lettuces, and buckets of fresh clams at the farmers' market, before demolishing fried egg sandwiches on ciabatta at the Farm on Adderly, one of the boroughs now-prolific farm-to-table restaurants.
We shared pizza at Franny's: one red, one white, both pockmarked with giant charred blisters from the exceedingly hot brick oven. In a borough known for its temples of pizza worship, before it closed in the summer of 2017, Franny's was right up there, owing to the perfect flavors oozing from each simple ingredient, from the milky mozzarella to the salty-sweet tomato sauce to the briny black olives.”
Amy Thomas, Brooklyn in Love: A Delicious Memoir of Food, Family, and Finding Yourself

Patrick R.F. Blakley
“Lying on the ground, the instrument looks like a Venn diagram for toppings that belong on a pizza versus pineapple, two big separate circles. He lifts the whole thing up, minding the ceiling, sticks his head through the pineapple portion, and straightens the pizza portion to be a little flatter to the front.”
Patrick R.F. Blakley, Drummond: Learning to find himself in the music

Steven Magee
“Cola and pizza was my first daytime meal after a week of extreme night shifts, followed by explosive diarrhea!”
Steven Magee

Yousef Alqamoussi
“Pizza is complicated.”
Yousef Alqamoussi, Hadha Baladuna: Arab American Narratives of Boundary and Belonging

Ryan Gelpke
“Whilst the content of two university accommodations is looking around angry, confused or just tired we simply enjoy ourselves on the grass sipping gin with ice tea and eating pizza.”
Ryan Gelpke, Nietzsche’s Birthday Party: A Short Story Collection

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