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The pizza tracker did not actually change anything in this scenario.
@mb2439, in a way it did help. OP knew how long to keep her talking before doing anything irrational.
@mb2439, ikr, I stopped reading after the first sentence
@mb2439, that's because this "story" is just that. It never happened.
The pizza delivery guy sees the knife wielding ex-girlfriend calls the cops and delivers the pizza. Don't read it I just summed it up. It's the longest ad in the world.
@dogsowar2000, you sir are a good person
@dogsowar2000, too late for me, my friend. Too late.
@dogsowar2000, you da real mvp
Yes Alex I'll take "Things that never happened" for $500
@The Great Wang, having actually had a psychotic girlfriend, this doesn't seem too far-fetched
I'm too tired to read this, is it worth it?
@horker orgy, @dogsowar2000 summed it up pretty well. It's not worth it.
@horker orgy, nope.
@horker orgy, read the title, accept its fiction, move on
@horker orgy, no
@horker orgy, it's not funny so no.
I hope he gave a tip
If you have to choose between dominos and Pizza Hut, I feel bad for you. But I guess good pizza is hard to come by. By the way, a pizza place near me, family owned great wings good thick pizza, has had that tracker for a while and now has a gps feature so you can see how close the delivery is to you. Also slammin buff chick cheesesteaks and bacon cheddar fries.
What's a violet outburst?
@WolfmansNardz, It is an outburst that is violet
Heard a similar story. A lady and her kid(kids?) Was essentially being held captive by her bf (husband?). She asked to order a pizza and he let her. Well she used the driver instruction to tell them to call 911. Cops came, end of story.
Please be real.
Read it I guess, but it's a little longer than it needs to be
Too long didn't read
He got one hell of a tip
I hate we people have violet outbursts...
But why was the girlfriend "violet"? Was she that pissed?
Dominos Pizza are the true American heroes
He "accessed" the situation? I mean, yeah, he did walk up on it, but I don't think he "accessed" it. He came up to the house, ASSESSED the situation, and decided that he needed to call the police.