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My Night Out – Trying the New Domino’s Pizza

You ever have one of those Saturday nights, where it’s after midnight and it’s right before you’re about to go to bed, and then suddenly a random wave of hunger kicks in?

That’s basically what happened to me last night.  There’s no medical explanation for it, nor were there any “recreational materials” involved in this process, which is surprising considering I ordered Domino’s Pizza at 12:30am.

I like to make a big spectacle out of ordering delivery pizza.

Look, I am a 30-year-old, married, grown-up man.  I’m no longer in my late teens/early twenties, where ordering pizza after midnight is a weekly occurrence.  I can’t even tell you this last time I ordered a pizza to be delivered after 8pm.  However, after going through every morsel of food in the fridge, freezer and pantry last night, nothing felt like it would satiate me.  Then after ruling out a random trip to 7-11 for terrible taquitos, it dawned on me – pizza delivery!  All of a sudden, life started to make sense again.  This decision was going to help me regain my collegiate youth, turning me back into a 20-year old, who could stay up all night, eating pizza, drinking beer and watching movies.  For the record, I fell asleep about 10 minutes after eating half a medium pie, drinking bottled water and I can’t remember what movie was on.

The late night adventure continues. Continue reading