>went to italy for vacation
>ask for pizza
>makes sure to specify "Pepperoni Pizza"
>they give me some hipster trash bread like this with peppers (I guess they thought I meant "peppers")
Holy shit, never listen to anyone on /int/
italian "pizza" is fucking garbage
I even have Italian heritage and italian-American history BLOWS THE FUCK OUT this dumb shit
I've spent alot of time in Italy and I must say the food I've had there hasnt been Impressive. Its as if we perfected Lasagna, tortellini, pizza etc in Sweden because it tastes much better here...
Italian pizzas are quite tasteless because they Tend to use mozzarella more which doesnt taste that much honestly
WHERE ARE MY FREE BREADSTICKS
THIS IS MY RIGHT AS A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA YOU UNGRATEFUL YUROPOORS
I WILL SUE THIS RESTAURANT
I know what you mean. Italians can't make good Italian food. When I was in Italy, I went so some hole in the wall that the locals were eating at. I ordered some Carbonara with extra cream and bacon. They brought me some kind of spaghetti with eggs and cubes of lard. They took it back after I complained. I put a few euros down to pay for the appetizer, no tip, and walked out. They have no idea what they're doing over there.
Somebody forgot to say 'Shenanigans'
I sat down on a chair in Naples.
>sir would tou like to order?
Woah.woah.woah. dont rake that fuckin' tone w/ me, capiche?
Wheres the gabagoo?
....come onnnnnnn the fuckin' gabagoo you fuckin' deaf or wha!? *hand gestures. Look of disgust*.
>thinking any American would waste his time learning a dying meme language like Italian
Easily one of the most useless foreign languages one can learn. In 50 years when all of Italy speaks German, peperoni will mean fucking pepperoni
>go to foreign country
>WHY IS EVERYONE SPEAKING A LANGUAGE I'M NOT FAMILIAR WITH
>WHAT DO YOU MEAN LOCAL TERMS FUCK YOUR SHITTY DYING MEME LANGUAGE
holy fuck how are people this retarded
We aren't using the words wrong, we are using them better t.bh because clearly you guys can't make pizza to save your lives
Not knowing Italian doesn't make me ignorant. It means I don't waste my time learning a language that no one will speak by the end of this century. If anything, not learning Italian makes me smarter because I used the time I could have wasted learning a dead meme language to learn Spanish and German. When I was studying German, I actually had about 7 Italians in my classes because they all want to get the hell out of Italy before they are stuck living unemployed with their parents, grandparents, and great grandparents in a tiny hut surrounded by gypsies all their lives
>I used the time I could have wasted learning a dead meme language to learn Spanish
Well that will definitely come in handy in a few years when everyone in the us will speak spanish
What you should do is try to overcome shyness and ask locals for a nice restaurant or pizzeria, it's literally the best way to find good places to eat in a city, especially if you're going to big cities or tourist traps like Venice.
and you're an imbecile, in the sense that you imbel
>In 50 years when all of Italy speaks German
>Implying Germans won't be speaking Turkish and Arabic before that
Top kek my morbidly obese friend
>go to america
>they ramble about pizza """"styles""""
>start to spout memes about which is better
>ok, let's get one
>they order from a mass produced brand
>literally say it is the best in the world
I got triggered hard
Sup man, my name is Giovanni, but you can call me John.
I’m a 27 year old Italian yankee (Transformers fan for you ignorant). I cook hamburger and milkshake on my cucina economica and spend my days perfecting my art and playing superior vintage and not American games. (Call of Duty, Need for Speed, the Halo series)
I train with my gun every day, this superior weapon can cut clean through skin because it is forged in America, to bring freedom everywhere in the galaxy, and is vastly superior to any other weapon on earth. I earned my gun license two years ago, and I have been getting better every day.
I speak American fluently, both the southern and the northern dialect, and I write fluently as well. I know everything about American history and their freedom code, which I follow 100%
When I get my green card, I am moving to Albuquerque to attend a prestigious High School to learn more about their magnificent culture. I hope I can become a cook for McDonalds or a gun designer!
I own several dungarees, which I wear around town. I want to get used to wearing them before I move to America, so I can fit in easier. I eat in fast foods and only drink sweet drinks and speak American as often as I can, but rarely does anyone manage to respond.
Wish me luck in America!
closer to italy it gets better but it is complitly shit in italy