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    Senior Member cabana 4 life's Avatar
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    how do i get this pizza home

    im at work late, i ordered a pizza i only ate 2 pieces. how do i get the rest home i cant put in my messanger. bag help i want to go home

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    Wrap in aluminum foil or plastic wrap. Then put whole thing in plastic shopping bag. I carry food like this all the time.

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    Eat It :-)

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    i dont have any, im going to have ride holding in on hand up in the air

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    No one there has a stray plastic bag hanging around? I thought they had become ubiquitous. Can you bug the cleaning staff for a waste basket liner?

    Failing that go to the bathroom and wrap with a copious number of paper towels.

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    i cant wait any longer im going for it.

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    Eat it. Just La La La Just Eat it.

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    I loled. Twice. Then I cried. Then I rubbed one out and cried again, but thanks for sharing.

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    In the words of Weird Al: "Eat it. Just Eat it."

    Quote Originally Posted by avner View Post
    I loled. Twice. Then I cried. Then I rubbed one out and cried again, but thanks for sharing.

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    hold the box with your mouth

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    Sounds like a pizza party to me!
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    i just threw the bow in my bag straped it on and went for it took some damage but it was good at like 1 in morning

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    Give it to a homeless person.

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    Put the pizza in the box and the box on your back rack. The springy mouse trap thingy will hold it in place. I do that all the time.

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    Regurgitation is a skill that will serve you throughout your life. Master it now, and carry your leftovers in nature's breadbasket. Imagine the surprise the next time a fellow rider or coworker says "Didn't you bring any lunch?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by becnal
    Put the pizza in the box and the box on your back rack. The springy mouse trap thingy will hold it in place. I do that all the time.
    If you don't have a springy mouse trap thingy use bungee cords. Keep bungee cords on your back rack, they will always come in handy. A back rack is absolutely essential to car-free living with a bicycle IMO. Failing bungees, raid string from the office. Lots more options if you ditch the box.

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    I acquired an insulated pizza delivery bag just for this purpose. Strap it onto your back rack, and you're set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konageezer
    Regurgitation is a skill that will serve you throughout your life. Master it now, and carry your leftovers in nature's breadbasket. Imagine the surprise the next time a fellow rider or coworker says "Didn't you bring any lunch?"

    Hhahahaha! That's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazybikerchick
    If you don't have a springy mouse trap thingy use bungee cords. Keep bungee cords on your back rack, they will always come in handy. A back rack is absolutely essential to car-free living with a bicycle IMO. Failing bungees, raid string from the office. Lots more options if you ditch the box.
    its summer im riding my fixed no racks it fit in my bag.

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    save it for lunch tomorrow.

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    tonights challenge is salsa in a styrfoam container in my bag.

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    Now that's just gross.

    Solution: Nalgene.

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    balance the salsa styrofoam on your helmet and try to hold your head still all the way home.
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    I suggest you buy a large 64 ounce nalgene bottle and a blender, keep those at work. You'll know what I mean the next time you need to bring a few slices of pizza home with you...

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    For pizza, how about taking the pieces apart and stacking them up in a bag, then putting them in the messanger? You could cut up a second bag to put between the slices.
    I'm too young to be this old!

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    Yeah messy bags have a flattish place in the bottom, slice pizza, wrap each slice, stack 'em, put in bottom of messy bag, ride.

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