The Tokyo Pizza Lovers Message Board › The Tokyo Pizza Lovers Meetup Group Discussion Forum › The Girl Who Cried Pizza- New Cancellation Policy
|A former member|
Our story begins with a girl with itchy feet. She moved all over the world, everywhere she went she tried the local pizzas.
In Brazil, the sauce was plentiful, but the cheese was sparse.
In El Salvador it was way overpriced and was served in a hut.
Then she landed in a place where blossoms overflowed and international cuisine was everywhere.
She started searching for people to enjoy pizza like she used to a long time ago.
She went on meetup and searched. She became the de facto organizer of the group. A few people showed up at the beginning!
Then more showed up!
The renewal fee was due and she had to make a choice, continue paying for the chance to share with others or doomed to eating pizza alone. So she cried, Pizza! Pizza! Pizza! and the Pizza Lovers Came!
First there were 11, then 27, "Oh, my goodness!, she thought, "I'm in Pizza Heaven."
She hopped on her trusty stead (a mama chari indeed) and went to the restaurant to beg and plead.
There are so many people to feed. Can you help me in my time of need?
The owner shook his head and said,
"Don't worry, everyone will be fed."
Just as soon as she laid her head on the bed-
the numbers climbed higher
38, 47, 48, 50!
50 she cried what will she do? So she called the restaurant and bargained anew!
The owner made new accommodations, he closed his restaurant,
he hired extra staff for this large lot!
Thank you she smiled, they all said they would come
But, lo and behold, on the day of the event,
She opened her browser and was nearly sick.
What did she see? Could it be? 38 instead of 50!
Oh, no she lamented! What will I do? She cried,
The restaurant owner will surely skin her hide!
With trepidation and fear she approached her local spot.
He said, Shoganai and said, you signed on the dot!
Our young pizza lover dropped her head in fear-
Luckily the Pizza Divas were near!
We all tried our best and thank goodness for the rest
or the girl who cried pizza would be under arrest-
She couldn't afford a bill of 150,000 yen!
That kind of money for pizza is a sin!
But 31 people whittled away at that daunting expenditure,
She thanked them for their kindness, generosity and support.
In the future, if you say you are coming and you don't you will be blocked from the group!
Because this organizer cannot live on chicken soup!
Thanks for reading!
To make it more clear. This is not facebook. You can not say you are coming and then don't! If someone makes a reservation, then we are left holding the bill. No one wants to pay extra because you are inconsiderate. Think twice before you say you are coming.
I will give a deadline just like I did last time. If you are not sure by the deadline, then don't sign up.
(Sorry, I know that sounded a bit harsh, but Lethal L, was yelling for blood! This is about as bloody as I could get.)
Edited by User 7,504,191 on Feb 7, 2011 9:50 AM
|A former member|
Wow, this, my friend, is a material for a bestseller and possibly a blockbuster =P
Thank you, again, for organizing these events...
It's a real commitment and I really appreciate it.
I think this Meetup group is the best of all that I have attended!
If you need any assistance on future Meetups, please don't hesitate to let me know =)
I'm sure many other members are feeling the same way ;)
|A former member|
Thank you! I appreciate it! I really enjoy the Pizza Meetup Group! It's a lot of fun!