We don’t order pizza very often. We tend to be more go-out than order-in people, and if we do order in, it’s usually Chinese. Tonight, however, in celebration of Canada’s victory (I don’t know about those jerseys, though), we ordered pizza from the always-excellent Nat’s New York Pizzeria.
Maybe pizzerias have been doing this for years, and I’ve just never noticed, but check it out:
Nat’s (or is it Nat himself?) forgoes the little order paper and writes all the details directly on the pizza box! What a tremendous increase in efficiency they must realize! This approach must significantly reduce the number of screwed-up and otherwise undelivered pizzas. I’m suitably impressed.
Maybe somebody who orders pizza from many pizza vendors, or used to deliver pizza, can comment on how widespread a practice this is.