We’re all this lady dropping her pizza on the train


We’ve all had days like this.

I mean, I can’t say with 100 percentage certainty that this hasn’t has come to me.

The tweet is from BBC reporter James Longman, who witnessed this tragic tableau on the train at 8 a. m. As some people noted, this would look absolutely beautiful hanging in a museum somewhere.

Aesthetic value aside, the picture also presents mankind with a dilemma: Would you eat the pizza?


The sad, hungry people of the internet reached a pretty clear consensus.

Studies vary as to whether the five-second regulation is really a thing. Also, the flooring of the Tube likely isn’t the cleanest surface in the world. But there’s nothing like a thin, greasy piece of paper to construct us feel better about eating pizza off the ground.

May your legend live on forever, pizza lady.

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