Bust a move! ,to the grocery store to buy a chef-boy-are-dees [nasty] pizza.. I am pretty sure my delivery driver was homeless. I saw him last week by the 15/501- 40 intersection wearing a safety vest, holding a sign that read; "WAS MOLESTED AT STATE FAIR! DONATIONS HELP. I HAVE PROSTATE CANCER. I SLEEP IN THE WOODS. GOD BLESS." He called me 15 minutes before he got here and asked for directions and made me stay on the phone with him the whole time, every ten seconds he kept saying, "HELLO?". He said I would be his own personal G.P.S. and constantly asked "Where the party at tonight"? He arrived to my home after step my step directions and it took him an additional 5 minutes to stumble from his "ride" to my "crib". My pizza was not cooked properly and was soggy and hepatitisy. He had no pen for me to sign the recipt with so I had to use a crayon. I feel like I need to tell A grown up about this experience. I feel like a back up dancer for Nelly after his first big audition that got him a jumpstart for his career. I have a bad taste in my mouth.
This national chain is a household name, thanks to its deep-dish and stuffed-crust pies..
Kid-friendly eat-in restaurants and small takeout shops alike sport interiors done in the signature red and white with a touch of yellow. Orders are placed at the counter--whether customers choose to stay or go--and pies are baked per request. Pizzas--from the hand-tossed to the twisted crust--dominate the menu, but the restaurant also offers chicken wings, salads and cinnamon bread sticks.
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