2. 350 slices of pizza
are eaten every second in the good old United States, 252 million pounds of pepperoni are consumed a year, and Americans, on average, eat 46 slices of pizza a year. That’s a lotta pizza.
4. 93% of people eat pizza. Why is that number not 100%?
5. The first pizzeria in North Korea opened its doors in 2009. It probably serves less than 1,000 people a year. I don’t know, I’m just guessing.
6. This Romanian guy named Cristian Dumitru ate 200 pounds of pizza in a week. That’s more than his weight. Looks like Cristian is the true pizza lover.
7. There is a $1000 pizza that’s made in NYC (I mean where else will you find ridiculously priced meal topped with crazy-ass toppings like caviar and lobster) and you have to order it a day before. Seriously, a day to make pizza? Go to hell.
8. Apparently in Australia, they put eggs in their pizza.
Aussie n. a pizza with bacon (or ham) and eggs.
1992 Casa Cordobes Pizzeria menu (Sydney) aussie ….. $12.90 $15.90 $18.90 (Bacon and Egg).
2004 Eat-A-Pizza menu (Darwin) aussie: Onion, Bacon & Egg.
2004 La Venezia Pizza menu (Kingston) aussi: [sic] bacon, eggs, onion, tomato & cheese.
2004 Mojo’s Weird Pizza menu (Melbourne) aussie: Ham & Egg.
2004 Pedro’s Pit menu (Melbourne) aussie: tomato, cheese, ham, bacon & egg.
2004 John’s Pizza menu (Coober Pedy, SA) aussie: Tomato, cheese, ham, egg, bacon. – Australian National University
Bacon, eggs, onion, and ham? That sounds like a breakfast burrito on a pizza.
10. Dominos leads the world in pizza delivers. Tip them well.
15. The Japanese put mayonnaise on their pizza.
17. You love pizza.
18. If you don’t, you are not a patriot.
19. Americans love pizza.
20. That is not a generalization. Burritos, pizza, and rogaine is an American lifestyle. Get used to it.