• Cold Pizza and Beer or Hot Pizza and Pepsi?
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Personally I enjoy waking up hungover and starving and flipping over on my couch to see a box of cold pizza with a few slices left and half my beer from the night before. Happened to me last saturday. It was great, besides the hangover. Id pick cold pizza over hot pizza any day. [highlight](User was banned for this post ("This is NOT a debate thread" - Craptasket))[/highlight]
Hot pizza and cold beer. [editline]2nd May 2012[/editline] But I hear you with getting up after a night of drinking and munching on some left over pizza.
Well, Looking at the evidence we'll see a common defiration in the cold pizza and beer V. Hot pizza And pepsi, but we have to deduce this to a simple malfraction in the pepsi diameters, Is it possible there was a mistake in the calculation? but getting back to the hot pizza and pepsi, if we use the fibonnaci equation to calculate the pleasurable parameters of hot pepsi and pizza v cold beer and pizza then we can conclude... cold pizza and beer
I personally think hot pizza is delicious, but it is customary for the OP to provide materials illuminating the merits of cold and hot pizza in debate threads.
Hot pizza, room temperature pepsi. I've never enjoyed beer with pizza, for some reason. And I like all my beverages lukewarm. Has more flavor that way.
[QUOTE=Emperor Scorpious II;35802110]Hot pizza, room temperature pepsi. I've never enjoyed beer with pizza, for some reason. [B]And I like all my beverages lukewarm.[/B] Has more flavor that way.[/QUOTE] [img]http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i170/potsm_master/blaaaaaaaaaaaalg3.gif[/img] Hot pizza and COKE especially if its mexican coke PS: ICE COLD, no other way to have a drink than for it to refresh and compliment your hot food
Hot beer, frozen pizza
[QUOTE=Emperor Scorpious II;35802110]Hot pizza, room temperature pepsi. I've never enjoyed beer with pizza, for some reason. And I like all my beverages lukewarm. Has more flavor that way.[/QUOTE] I have to say that I completely agree with the lukewarm beverages. It brings out more flavor when its room temperature. When it's cold, it doesn't really taste like anything except coldness. Unfortunately we seem to be in the minority, since all my friends think that that is disgusting.
[QUOTE=lotusking;35802075]Pizza math[/QUOTE] ((pi*radius of pizza^2)/-ln(drink^1/warmth))*pi!! = optimal pizza Using this formula it becomes apparent that the optimal pizza warmth is hot when a pizza is fewer than 12 inches in diameter, and also that it is impossible to have fewer than two beverages with pizza assuming the number of beverages is an integer.
[QUOTE=DeathDoom;35802198]I have to say that I completely agree with the lukewarm beverages. It brings out more flavor when its room temperature. When it's cold, it doesn't really taste like anything except coldness. Unfortunately we seem to be in the minority, since all my friends think that that is disgusting.[/QUOTE] The colder a drink, the more it numbs the tongue. The more numb the tongue, the less taste it has. That's why soft ice cream has more flavor than hard ice cream.
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