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March 14- $3.14 Blaze Pizza

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March 14- $3.14 Blaze Pizza

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$3.14
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March 14, 2018
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Blaze Pizza
Saw the signage up today. Be prepared for massive lineup once more
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The pizza is so good that I rather pay full price than wait in line.
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Expect loads of ryerson students as well as other people who want cheap and good pizza
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whoa-albert wrote: The pizza is so good that I rather pay full price than wait in line.
Thats not the RFD way.
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whoa-albert wrote: The pizza is so good that I rather pay full price than wait in line.
I also hear this a lot, what makes it so good? To me seems like an overpriced hipster spot, but i am a thrifty RFD'er so i'm cheap AF to begin with.
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RedSwagDeals wrote: I also hear this a lot, what makes it so good? To me seems like an overpriced hipster spot, but i am a thrifty RFD'er so i'm cheap AF to begin with.
all toppings included in flat rate price. i get everything on mine and have trouble finishing it. BTW, just one per person on 3/14

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I remember it was previously raining on this day, and the lineup still wrapped around the building up to the Tim Hortons. There are too many Ryerson students in the area with all the free time to wait in line.

Almost guaranteed the lineup will be close to 2 hours long. If you're an office worker in the area thinking you can grab one during lunch... forget it.
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appleb wrote: I remember it was previously raining on this day, and the lineup still wrapped around the building up to the Tim Hortons. There are too many Ryerson students in the area with all the free time to wait in line.

Almost guaranteed the lineup will be close to 2 hours long. If you're an office worker in the area thinking you can grab one during lunch... forget it.
Cut in line. If people complain, start talking in a foreign language, gibberish and act erratic. Remember, Canadians are polite and absolutely no one want's to get stabbed.
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ApeShmtCrazy wrote: Cut in line. If people complain, start talking in a foreign language, gibberish and act erratic. Remember, Canadians are polite and absolutely no one want's to get stabbed.
That's a good way to get punched, or in the worst case, stabbed.
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Flunk wrote: That's a good way to get punched, or in the worst case, stabbed.
Not if you're the one people think is going to stab somebody. You see, it's all about the implication.
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ApeShmtCrazy wrote: Cut in line. If people complain, start talking in a foreign language, gibberish and act erratic. Remember, Canadians are polite and absolutely no one want's to get stabbed.
LOL. You could get kicked out by the restaurant, though.
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I was going to go last year but the line up was insane... people started lining up way before lunch time.

IMO, its better to pay the full price than wait in line. But if you have nothing else to do, its not a bad deal at all.
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Micelli_Illuminatti wrote: LOL. You could get kicked out by the restaurant, though.
Or you might get that pizza for free if you're convincing enough with your implication. Fast food employees are people too.
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ApeShmtCrazy wrote: Or you might get that pizza for free if you're convincing enough with your implication. Fast food employees are people too.
Or you get them cops there to pull you out and and perhaps even a psychological evaluation. It's a stupid strategy to save a few bucks.
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sprung wrote: Bump - no lineup yet ;)
Haha. People are starting to camp outside right now
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ApeShmtCrazy wrote: Not if you're the one people think is going to stab somebody. You see, it's all about the implication.
I hope this is a reference to it's always sunny.
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armadaone wrote: I hope this is a reference to it's always sunny.
Obviously. The implication system only works with a certain type of women. You will get punched if you try it on men or strong minded women...who likes those anyways?
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why did you post so many threads on this?

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