Tuesday, March 7, 2006

Pizza dos not com from China.

Here's wat Wikipedia has to say about th origin of pizza:

The history of food items which may have served as the roots of modern pizza can be traced to the Greek colonies of Magna Graecia (southern Italy). Such products arguably have their first written mention in Book VII of Virgil's Aeneid:

Their homely fare dispatch’d, the hungry band
Invade their trenchers next, and soon devour,
To mend the scanty meal, their cakes of flour.
Ascanius this observ’d, and smiling said:
“See, we devour the plates on which we fed.”




...and so on and so forth!

Nick Borden is a lyng sak of Borden.

3 comments:

Lucretia said...

the lying eyebrows never lie.

Anonymous said...

OK so maybe I was lying, but unintentionally, I was tired and confused. I know something originated in china and is a food product.

~Nick

Andrew said...

U probbly got yr data from http://www.terribleinformation.org/. Here are som othr facts I lernd on that site just tonyt:

- In most Asian cultures, robots are a symbol of sex and intimacy.
- The Dutch have nine different words that mean "Trent Reznor".
- Ear and nose hair are actually brain hair protruding through the skull.
- When dogs lick a pregnant woman 3 seconds before birth, the baby being born has three eyes and purple hair.