Where can I buy this pizza at?
@Biggles, probably at a pizza restaurant
@Biggles, you didn't need to put "at" at the end of that comment.
@Assassinator2399, actually it does add to the statement.
"Where can i buy this pizza"
"Where can i buy this pizza at"
At The pizza shack.
Thats the difference.
@Caine, question not statement
@Caine, it actually isn't grammatically correct. Either way it can be answered the same way. "Where can I buy this pizza?" At the pizza shack. That's grammatically correct and it makes sense.
@Assassinator2399, except the responses are limited by the word "at" in the question.
@Caine, either way its still not grammatically correct
@Assassinator2399, well Oxford dictionaries and yourdictionary on Google both say you're wrong.
@Assassinator2399, lol cute get proved wrong and downvote my comment.
Whatre you twelve?
@Biggles, to all you grammar nazi fascists, as a linguist you learn that the grammar English professors force on you is actually bogus since grammaticality is meant to make a sentence understandable, not "proper." Y'all mo'fvckas understood exactly what he means. Technically, this sentence is indeed grammatical despite the preposition at the end.
Make Pizza Great Again!
Am I a disgusting waste of a human being for thinking that bacon and cheeseburger half looks really good?
@daveguy11, all Pizza looks good, you pizza-ist
@daveguy11, Nope, you're an American.
*Lights off fireworks while saluting the flag*
nvm trump is now my lord emperor
I'm all for this kind of wall.
Pizza is actually not from Italy. It's American food
The wall is stupid but that pizza looks ridiculous and Amazing!
I mean... pizza is amazing. And so is everything else on that pizza buuuut... all together? Naaahhh
If trump will do that to pizza (which is already highly Americanized) id vote for him 50 times. I bed Hillary puts pineapple on her pizza.
10 out of 10 would eat
You cant say "at Italy" because that doesnt make any sense.
Couldn't you just say "wall"
If I would've known he'd make awesome pizzas I would've actually voted for him.
It's OK to put cheeseburgers and nachos on a pizza but we draw a line at putting pineapple on pizza? That boggles my mind.
Is this what that whole "pizzagate" thing was about
My heart says "No!"
But my ethics say "Fvck yes!"
The picture made me snort.