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Issue 10
Fall 2005

Helping America procrastinate since 1636

January 20, 2021

Area Students Make Pizza Delivery History

Large Pepperoni, Extra Cheese, Free Transportation
CAMBRIDGE, MA - Last week, 4 roommates reportedly walked from their apartment to local pizza shop, Il Panino Pizzeta to order 2 large pepperonis. Evidently, after waiting for about 25 minutes, they became distraught by the prospect of walking home. This malaise persisted until one of them, genius Astronomy grad student Kamson Lai noticed that the place offered free delivery. After a few minutes of vigorous discussion with the owners, 4 students, 1 driver, and 2 large pizzas crammed into the shop's lone Honda hatchback, and proceeded to drive 0.8 miles to 41 Saville St. Apt. 2, marking the first time in recorded history that students have been delivered along with the pizza.  HSP 





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