I’d Stand in Line for No Slice Just to be a Jerk

I'd Stand in Line for No Slice Just to be a Jerk

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30 Responses to I’d Stand in Line for No Slice Just to be a Jerk

  1. Shadow da human says:

    lol, What’s a Baht?

    And first 😀

  2. Spoo says:

    But what about the time I ordered all of the available toppings and no actual slice? They charged me like 200 baht. The Better Business Bureau is going to hear about this!!

  3. Digital_Utopia says:

    Don’t you mean the Bahter Business Bureau?

  4. Lizard says:

    Yeah let me get the No Slice, and can I get that with extra cheese, extra sauce, extra pepperoni, and extra crust?

  5. Sarge says:

    Invisible Pizza Slice! only $0.00 (plus tax.)
    Get yours today!

  6. suzuki_dvr says:

    Remember when McDOnalds used to have “Smiles = free” on their menus? That was the bane of every cashier’s existence.

  7. huxley says:

    The concept of “no slice” was invented by ancient Arab pizza vendors. It wasn’t discovered by Europeans until late in the middle ages when archeologists discovered and translated Arabic pizza menus from Alexandria.

  8. G says:

    So is the cheese pizza non-vegetarian then? 😉

    (yes, yes, I know)

    • wren says:

      Vegetarians are made of meat. So are Hawaiians. So the cheese is the only vegetarian option, really, other than no slice.

  9. LunaLenore says:

    I’m debating on whether I should get no slice, or a slice with a vegetarian on it.

  10. keithybabes says:

    Is there a vegetarian ‘no slice’ option?

  11. Sarah says:

    You stand in line…tell the cashier you want No Slice…they say “Okay” and print you a receipt and then you leave.

  12. Name (required) says:

    I’ve got..
    *counts money*
    … 5 baht.

    How many no slices can I get for that?

  13. kelley says:

    no money, no slice, NO DEAL!

  14. Gorgon Medusa says:

    No baht for You!

  15. Steve says:

    “Hi. What can I get for you today?”
    “I’ll have nothing please.”
    “Very well, that’ll be 0 Baht.”
    “OK great, here you are.”

  16. Wendy Hess says:

    Hey, don’t take anything for granted in Thailand (that’s where the Baht is a currency.) We went to a restaurant there once and got charged 25 Baht for air conditioning. Really. And since it was 99 degrees and really humid, it was totally worth it.

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