The other day, my son was eating a piece of pizza.
Instead of simply eating it, he commenced a full examination. He examined every crack and crevice. "Mama," he said after he was finished. "Did you know that every slice of pizza is unique - like a fingerprint?"
"Well, Bubba," I said. "I hadn't really thought of it. But I suppose you're right."
"Yes, I am." He flipped the piece over. "Look at the oven burn here. It's unique. No other piece has marks like that." Then he grinned. "I know what they are."
"What are they, Bubba?"
Okay. So, ladies and gentlemen, next time you eat a piece of pizza, flip the thing over (careful not to lose the toppings) and check out the pizza prints!
Hi, dear Sherry!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed this latest Bubba-ism. Your son and I had a similar experience. The other day I gazed at a slice of pizza I was eating and noticed that it was an exact replica of the ceiling art in the Sistine Chapel! :)
Have a happy Thursday, dear friend Sherry!
Sounds like that slice of pizza was a masterpiece! Have a great weekend, Shady!Delete
Now we know what to call them!ReplyDelete
Who knew they had a name? ;)Delete
Solving crime by pizza prints everywhereReplyDelete
Pizza sleuths. Maybe that's an idea for a story. :)Delete
Aww, Bubba! That mind of his is always turning up new angles!ReplyDelete
He thinks about things in a way nobody else does.Delete
I'm guessing the pizza wasn't exciting enough in itselfReplyDelete
Apparently not. I'm glad he found a way to make it more interesting.Delete
That's so adorable! Pizza prints!ReplyDelete
I'm going to check out the pizza prints next time I have a slice.Delete
Awesome. Pizza prints are the things to go for!ReplyDelete
They certainly give pizza more pizzazz!Delete
Ah, the stuff they come up with at that age...ReplyDelete
My boy's mind is always working.Delete
Does Bubba ever do anything the simple, normal way? I hope not.ReplyDelete
No. Nothing is simple and normal with him. I've been wondering if he'll ever outgrow it. I'm thinking it might be a permanent character trait. It'll make for an interesting life!Delete
Yes, especially useful if my pizza ever commits a major crime!ReplyDelete
Haha! Yes, you don't want renegade pizzas on the loose!Delete
Bubba's great mind never ceases to amaze me! I'll be sure to flip over my pizza next time. 😊ReplyDelete
I've been hanging with the boy for nearly twelve years, and I'm still amazed by the stuff he comes up with!Delete
Pizza prints. I like it. ;)ReplyDelete
Certainly a novel concept.Delete
But unlike fingerprints, pizza prints disappear! Bubba has such a good outlook on life.ReplyDelete
Yes. They can be ingested. But it's fun to see them while they last. :)Delete
That is so interesting. I guess that goes for any type of food that didn't come from a mold. They are all unique.ReplyDelete
I wonder if there's such a thing as smoothie prints. ;-)Delete
I'll never look at pizza quite the same way again:)ReplyDelete
Sounds like your kid is gonna be some awesome detective next time :DReplyDelete
He has some super sleuth skills!Delete
What a fun train of thought! Then again, that always seems to be the case when it comes to Bubba... :)ReplyDelete
Yes. He has a creative mind!Delete
Sounds like a smart kid...but not sure I want mine flipping over each of their pieces like that. I think they'd get into it a little too much.ReplyDelete
It could get messy!Delete
I never thought about pizza that way before. I'll have to look next time I have some.ReplyDelete
I'll be checking for the pizza prints on mine, too!Delete
Awe, that is so cute Sherry... I like that thought, it's true xoxReplyDelete
Who knew pizza had prints?Delete
I will never look at a piece of pizza the same way again! :)ReplyDelete
Loving his insightful observations. Never again will I take a slice of pizza for granted.ReplyDelete
I don't think anyone reading this will!Delete