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    Default How does Santa like his pizza?

    Deep pan, crisp and even.....

    (My 10 year old nephew's favourite)

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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnglishman
    Deep pan, crisp and even.....

    (My 10 year old nephew's favourite)
    Ahem....for full comedy effect, i think you will find that good King Wenceslas works better
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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    Santa likes Good King Wenceslas on his pizza?

    I don't get it......

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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    "Good King Wenceslas looked out, on the feast of Stephen, where the snow lay round about, deep and crisp and even"
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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    Quote Originally Posted by The afterburner
    "Good King Wenceslas looked out, on the feast of Stephen, where the snow lay round about, deep and crisp and even"
    whats that got to do with santas pizza?

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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    You guys, you wont draw me like this.........oh go on then.....it should be Good King W's pizza..
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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    Quote Originally Posted by The afterburner
    You guys, you wont draw me like this.........oh go on then.....it should be Good King W's pizza..
    Who is Good King W's (a bit of a stupid name really) was he one of the three wise men?
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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Reverend Counter
    Who is Good King W's (a bit of a stupid name really) was he one of the three wise men?
    He can't have been that wise if his favourite food was pizza....

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    Default Re: How does Santa like his pizza?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnglishman
    Quote Originally Posted by The Reverend Counter
    Who is Good King W's (a bit of a stupid name really) was he one of the three wise men?
    He can't have been that wise if his favourite food was pizza....
    O i dont know some of them deep pan ones are preety good, especially if they are crisp and even
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