Happy Happy Pizza! That's one of the happiest pepperoni's I've ever seen 
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Pizza #5: Smilin' and Stylin'Pizza #5: Smilin' and Stylin'
A Dr. Oetker's frozen pizza gets taken to the next level by The Big Cheese himself. Behold the majesty!!!

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9/10 for Bugeyes
An instant classic from Brisbane, this crazy-looking pizza with its olive nostrils and carrot tongue has to be seen to be believed.

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Flickr Find: A Happy Accident

An act of God?  Well, that might be going a bit far. Neural Mural is a pizza connoisseur with a sharp eye who made this happy little discovery on what looks lite it could possibly be a Little Caesars pizza, judging by the little globs of sausage.

How can I judge this? It's more of a happy pepperoni than a happy pizza. Plus Neural Mural didn't actually make it. It's a great face, but I'm going to have to disqualify it for being an "act of God".

Here's what he had to say:
Here's the happiest pepperoni you'll ever meat.

I didn't create this :P. It just happened.

His joy was transferred to me as my gastric juices melted the smile off of his face.

Notes: Adjusted Levels and color balance. The Macro shot was so close that the camera blocked the light. The original was a little fuzzy so I shrunk it until it was sharp. Camera: Canon Powershot SD400 Digital Elph

"Gastric juices".... mmmm, tasty. What do you expect from a guy whose photo stream includes close-up photos of his own lips?

Check out the full-size smile on Neural Murals stream.

This find is courtesy of The Big Cheese






A Quick Slice In Japan, pizza toppings may include corn, diced potatoes, scrambled eggs, mayonnaise, Camembert cheese, curry sauce, and various kinds of seafood. Tabasco sauce is often used as a condiment. Salad pizza, a pizza topped with tossed salad, is occasionally seen. Another variation is rice pizza, substituting baked rice for the crust. Squid ink is also occastionally used in lieu of traditional tomato sauce.


 
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