Theologians can keep arguing about what constitutes a religious epiphany, but we’re pretty sure this is the next best thing.
Podcaster Jody Avirgan tweeted a picture of his young daughter after trying pizza for the first time. The picture is… iconic.
Imagine when she tries bacon.
— Dr. Caroline Madden (@CMaddenMFT) March 3, 2018
Imagine when she tries bacon on pizza.
— Tim Speakman (@TimSpeakman7) March 4, 2018
My son had the same expression the first time he had syrup on pancakes. Then he looked at me like I’d betrayed him for not giving it to him before.
— Margaret KellyMurphy (@MargaretKM) March 3, 2018
She praying to the pizza Gods?
— Tommy Brown (@JackSyit) March 4, 2018
And then I had a slice…. NOW I’M A BELIEVER.
I’m in love (OOOOOOOOOH)
— Anthony Motown G (@Redgameboy) March 4, 2018
And joined the Church of Pizza forevermore.
— Catherine Castellani (@WeAreHere) March 3, 2018
The Church of Pizza is a religion of peace. That is, until you get to the Great Deep-Dish Schism.
(While I appreciate the love this is getting I notice that a few Chicago pizza shops have tweeted it and I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that whatever it is you’re subjecting your customers to — it’s not real pizza)
— Jody Avirgan (@jodyavirgan) March 3, 2018