An oldie but not that goodie.
If cut into six, four slices for Earl and two for Opal? If eight, six for Earl and two for Opal?
Hot, soggy cardboard, yum
Opal must have a convection microwave like I own, they make excellent pizza !
Made me chuckle.
“Make it seven. I wanna see you do it.”
High grade mathematics !
Slicing the pizza seems pointless since it seems Grandpa wants the whole thing.
A Yogism from #8
“And” … “Arr!” … “With pieces of eight, I is a pirate.”
cut it like brownies. 2 cuts horizontal and 2 vertical. I just want the middle piece.
Oh how the human mind works!
In Texas, tomatoes grow so big that it only takes 6 of them to make a dozen!
Maybe into 10 in case Nelson comes over!
Opal let Earl do the cutting and see what you get .
Yogi Berra quote if accurate? https://www.nypl.org/blog/2015/05/22/berras-finest-yogisms#:~:text=Just%20shake%20your%20head%20and,in%20search%20of%20a%20meal.
Earl is borrowing from Yogi Berra, who said “Cut the pizza into 6 slices. I don’t think I could eat 8.”
old joke as bad as nuked pizza
ba dum tss
I totally predicted THAT response……
‘’Better make it four. 2 each. I couldn’t eat 3 slices.’’
Microwave Pizza? Ugh. Just put some ketchup and cheese on the placemat and eat that.
Oven mitts? Apron to Nuke a pizza? No place mats in 4th panel? No water glasses on table? Commercial size microwave?
Good thinking Earl. That way Opal can have her normal 3 pieces leaving you with 5
Ah, serving size control.
Variation on the classic, “Better make it six slices, I don’t think I can eat eight”
LOL! Either way, it’s gone
Now THAT was funny.
Earl votes Democrat because he thinks government programs don’t cost him anything.
Cut it in little pieces, Opal, and stuff it where the monkey put the peanut. Then call out for a real pizza. Microwave pizza? An abomination.
I used to work in a pizza place. our most often asked question was “how many slices in a medium?” I would reply “As many as you want.”
Try 3.14. I’m curious if it’s possible.
For some reason, MN style pizza is cut in squares instead of isosceles triangles.
That joke’s been around since pizza was invented. It hasn’t improved with age.
I’m glad I read these comments so I know how old and stupid this joke is and that I shouldn’t laugh at it.
I once bought a large watermelon and started to cut in full view of my neighbors. All the children in two trailer parks converged on my suddenly seemingly less sufficient melon.
I had to try, so I cut and cut the cuts and cut the cut cuts. And I handed out pieces and more pieces. Several asked for and received several.
Then they thanked me and left. I still somehow had plenty for me and not a child still asking.
That was a good day. Herman would approve.
slicing a microwave pizza in to any slices that is more than half is a waste. them things are barely 2 slices when whole.
That makes sense to me. ;-)