I'm not the internet savvy person. I should know better. After all, I'm a thousand year old, even if the word frightens me. Sure, I can help my grandmother unsubscribe from mailing lists, and if you give me enough time, I find the shoes I actually wanted to buy but never found in my browsing history. But I still do not quite understand the cloud (where the hell is she ?!) and I think working in an IT department would lead me to an early death.
That means I know how to read Facebook comments – and I read yours.
Sometimes they make me laugh, sometimes they make me cry, and recently they totally surprised me. Why? In our Everything Bagel Pizza video, you're freaking out about something unexpected: The chef and mastermind behind the cake, served at The Parlor, Dobbs Ferry, NY, cuts slices with scissors.
Truly, as we shot, I was too intrigued by the hills of Mozz and the #yolkporn to register the Oddball Pizza Cutter. But you discovered it … and had a lot to say:
1. They found it bizarre.
. 2 They were worried.
. 3 You've got your friends back you up.
4. They called it a monstrosity.
. 5 You have wondered if WTF is running.
. 6 They wanted everyone to join in.
. 7 They were completely switched off.
. 8 They thought it was a big problem.
Look, I hear you – ra Read, loud and clear. But think about it: Traditional round pizza cutters are the absolute worst thing. They never cut through the crust on the first try. You have to run the damn thing back and forth a million times, and it's impossible to follow the original line, so you've got some seriously jerky looking slices of cheese falling off.
This is where the pair of scissors comes into play. Schnippel, Schnippel and you're done! It requires less work, puts pizza in the mouth faster and is really super authentic. Italians have always served scissors with big cakes. It's even like the street vendors of the country cut their pizza.
If you still are not totally disturbed, turned off and wondering if WTF is running, try a pair of scissors. Amazon has plenty of food grade scissors – even scissors made exclusively for cutting food. And if I can find them on the internet, I have to be more skilful on the internet than I originally thought.
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