Our pizza vendor screamed at my husband

Back when I didn’t know that I couldn’t have pizza, we enjoyed this delicious meal from time to time.

Across the street, there was a small pizza vendor. Not really a restaurant, but you could sit down and eat. My husband would sometimes buy pizzas there and bring home.

One day, he didn’t have any pizzas ready, but if my husband paid now, he would phone him as soon as the next batch was ready. So he did.

My husband went to pick up the pizza, came home, and we started eating.

Then the phone rang, and my husband picked it up. It was the pizza guy, and he yelled into my husband’s ear.

We never figured out why, but we also never went there again.

Now? Seems they’ve closed.

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Henrik V Blunck - June 5, 2017

Maybe the pizza man had forgotten Cyril had already paid for the pizzas. Just one thought. 🙂
Is it for health reasons that you can’t eat pizzas anymore? Hope all is well down there

    Britt Malka - June 6, 2017

    Yeah, could be that he’d forgotten. That’s his problem. He should have kept track then. They are still closed, by the way.

    And yes, it’s for health reasons. Self-diagnosed but pretty sure pre-diabetes, so I avoid sugar (and flour and bread is the worst kind of sugar) and starches (which is probably also sugar), I only eat during an 8 hour window and try to have the last meal at least 3-4 hours before bedtime. That has made me lose weight, and I no longer have headaches (except when I eat too late, in which case I wake up with a headache, joints aching, and swollen eyes). My next step will be to eliminate all nightshade family vegetables, at least for a long while. That will be tough, because we eat a lot of tomatoes, bell pepper, eggplants and chili.

      Henrik V Blunck - June 8, 2017

      Good you’re taking good care of your health. Certainly an important aspect in living a long life – and as you know we Danes have the saying that “weeds do not perish that easily”… All in good humor, of course. 🙂

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