Words matter. These are the best Pizza Quotes from famous people such as Haylie Duff, Jon Favreau, Christina Applegate, R. Madhavan, David Baszucki, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
We were never the family that ordered pizza, and my mom never came home with a bucket of fried chicken. My mom always made home-cooked meals. We always sat down at the dinner table as a family.
I’ve been in the service industry. I’ve bar-tended. I’ve waited tables, and I’ve worked at pizza places; I’ve made pizza. I’ve had a lot of jobs, and many of them were in the food service industry.
For breakfast, I juice a big green juice, and I try to get in as much raw food and protein as I can, obviously plant proteins and legumes, but sometimes it’s late at night, and there’s a frozen pizza in there, and sometimes it’s all you’ve got! You don’t have the energy to chop up a bunch of vegetables.
If you ask me to get a six-pack in the interim between signing a film, I will not do it. I enjoy food and will be happy to feed myself a pizza or two and gorge on cakes. But, I have good control over my body.
When you’re playing tag in Roblox; or when you’re working in a pizza restaurant; or when you’re flying as a bird – you’re there to have fun and be with your friends and to create things together.
But if you’re from New York and you grew up here, you have it built into you – what a slice of pizza is supposed to be – in a way that people from outside of New York don’t.
I’ve been called pizza face and others said my skin was full of craters – it’s just so horrible when people pin point something that you feel so badly about.
I never really knew what fine cuisine was when I was a little boy in Canada. For me, Italian food was ‘Kraft Dinner’ or pizza. When I moved to New York, that’s when I discovered all the Italian food.
So I promise you that this State of the State, like a good pizza, will be delivered in 25 minutes or less.
I order pizza a lot to set.
Acknowledging someone is an act of altruism in the first place, so converting that act of altruism into a pizza party or company fleece jacket or a gift card is fine, but it’s not in keeping with spirit in which it all began.
I had already been approached to do modeling, but in the beginning, I didn’t want to hear of it. Then, after two months of delivering pizza, I changed my mind, and I presented myself at the agency.
Will I still get a slice of pizza? Will I drink a beer or two? Absolutely. You still have to live, but I try to do things in moderation.
When I left the penitentiary, I learned to stay away from the Philly cheesesteaks, the pizza, the junk that clogs your arteries and kills you.
A guy friend and I went to California Pizza Kitchen, and a group of pretty girls came over to us and said, ‘You guys are gay, right?’
I am a glutton. I’ll eat whatever is there. Pizza. I love hot dogs anywhere. I’ve got nothing against any of that. If I feel like eating, I eat. I don’t feel guilty about it at all.
I love a good piece of pizza. I love a good hamburger. If I don’t let myself have those things, there’s going to be a week where I just go off the deep end and eat nothing but that.
In my case, I don’t eat a lot before a show. I eat after. But I do two shows and it becomes part of my reward system. ‘I made people laugh. I deserve a pizza.’
We don’t go to war to protect Pizza Hut or Burger King or some other things, some of the nonsense I’ve seen on our battlefields.
My favorite splurges are cheese pizza with hot peppers, Haagen-Dazs maple-walnut ice cream, Giant brand ice cream sandwiches, and fire sticks – those hot candies the size of a three-inch ruler.
You can’t go wrong with pizza, unless it’s terrible pizza.
I love to go to Hunter’s Pizza on Huntingwood and Birchmount. That’s in Scarborough, of course! It’s been in the same family for two generations. It’s been there since I moved there in ’67, so it’s been there for 50 years. I can’t claim it’s the best pizza in the world but I can say it’s my favorite pizza place.
Track, to me, was just a social gather where I left school early, ate pizza and watch the girls in shorts run. Then, I found I was abnormally fast and started to fall in love.
I’m a picky eater, so, often, if I can’t find something to eat at catering, I order pizza.
I was a pizza delivery boy at the Pizza Oven in Canton. I wanted to get fired so bad, I actually wrecked the delivery car, but they wouldn’t fire me because I was the only person they had working there.
I was able to participate in New York Fashion Week and walk down the runway. I participated in a pizza contest in Canada.
I’m sort of agnostic. I grew up Catholic and switched to Episcopalian in college because I sang in churches to have money to buy pizza and french fries.
New York has surprised me a couple of times. I was a snob about pizza, but I’ve found one or two places that allow me to forget deep dish for a while.
I’m not a guy who typically has an after-party. I like to have pizza in my hotel room with the people that went out to support me.
The deconstructed, postmodern pizza has been with us for ages, and the fact is that pretty much every ingredient in the world has been used as a pizza topping and liked by somebody, somewhere.
I started out doing commercials, like Diet Coke and Pizza Hut. And I started to find there was a different life for me, in a different field. From there, I got a call from a director in Italy, and we did ‘Indio’ I and II, and that’s where it started.
I gained a lot of weight when I got to college because my eating habits were bad (I was eating pizza and French fries at every single meal), and it was hard to deal with.
I feel like I see more and more Neapolitan style, that I call ‘fancy pizza’ – that’s not my cup of tea; I think it all tastes the same.
When I first started working on ‘Secret Diary,’ I definitely felt like I needed to shape up. The idea of being in my knickers on TV was a great incentive! Now I try to eat right, and I go to Bikram yoga three or four times a week. I have my ‘naughty’ days, and I indulge in pizza and cake, but so what!
I got mobbed at a pizza parlor. Kids and especially girls went going crazy. They got so excited.
When I get home off a long week, I go to the gym, have a great workout, and then I go home and order a giant taco pizza with a pint of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
I spent a lot of money and time at pizza places. Golf and Stuff in Ventura, right off the 101, was my hangout. Skating Plus, right behind it, always had a good selection of games. That was the place to be when you were from Oxnard back in the ’80s.
I just want to be in my sweats, walk my dog, watch TV and eat pizza.
We’ll just unwind in the evening by going out as a family for a pizza where we’ll meet up with other families we know from the children’s school.
In the ’80s, it got to the point where we’d have shows with a hundred looks. You’d want to order a pizza before it was over!
I generally always eat what I want. I think when you work out a lot, you can afford to eat more because your body’s metabolism is higher. I like healthy food and prefer that anyways, but if I want pizza or a can of Coca-Cola every once in a while, I’m going to have it. I just try to have a few slices, and that’s it.
Life is full of challenges, but I always have the Three Ps: Passion, patience and persistence. And the fourth one is pizza.
When I was pregnant, I was like, ‘I’m pregnant, so I’m allowed to eat everything: bagels with cream cheese for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and I can have pizza for dessert.’
After high school I moved out and worked at pizza shops and movie theaters and moved to L.A. for a year and lived with my brother.
Pizza’s actually healthy for you if you don’t eat too much of it. If you eat one or two slices, it’s very nutritious.
My breakdancing crew used to go to the mall and squat a piece of cardboard there; we had our jam box, and I’d spin on my head and make about forty bucks a day, which was pretty good back then. I was only 14 years old, so I would chase the girls around the mall and eat some pizza and have some change left over.
You judge a pizza place on their cheese slice.
Andy was a nonverbal person; you couldn’t get directions out of him. All he knew was what was modern in art was what wasn’t art: The telephone was art, the pizza was art, but what was hanging on walls in museums wasn’t art.
Then I did Mystic Pizza, just to do something I wasn’t fat in.
Pizza Express has been a real godsend for me. I’ve been working there for several years, six weeks a year. You can go to work every night and play. It’s a nice little club. It’s just about the right size for me, about 150 people.
I wasn’t going to McDonald’s every week, but a nice pizza after three points isn’t a bad way to have it.
I like a lot of food. I like Taiwanese food, of course. I like baguettes, especially the ones that my dad buys. Vancouver has a lot of variety, with pizza, hot dogs, Italian, Indian, seafood – a great combination of culture.
I have to admit I don’t like pizza. I love it. And I am prepared to do literally anything to get my hands on a slice.
I grew up a vegetarian. Then, because I grew up in the states, I started slowly eating meat. First it was bologna sandwiches, or pepperoni on pizza.