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Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Craigslist Love: Best. Pizza. Ever.

Posted By on Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 9:47 AM

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With the awesome, divisive power of Craigslist already on display in recent days, it's about time for the healing to begin. Healing, that is, in the form of weed and pizza. An Ann Arbor stoner sent a Craigslist message-in-a-bottle to the unknown pizza guy to thank him for the pizza, but more so, to thank him for that unique stoner-to-stoner understanding:

"We spent five minutes listing toppings until we figured out that I was trying to remember how to say: 'Sun dried Tomatoes.' When you said: 'We'll bake that right up for you,' we both started laughing uncontrollably. It was the best pizza I ever had; I just wanted to thank you for helping me out."

Sweet enough to melt the resin right out of your bowl, ain't it? (via Boing Boing)

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