Pizza, as has been determined by science, is the world’s most perfect food. Unless it has insane items like grapes, pineapples, strawberries or Froot Loops on it. Then it’s just an abomination and a crime against humanity.
Otherwise, it’s simply the best.
(Sorry, Tina’s original mollywhops the more recent Schitt’s Creek version. What was I talking about? Oh yeah.)
Pizza is the best, but as with 99.9% of things in life, there are always things we can do to make it better.
However, since pizza itself is already perfect, today we are going to focus on the classic container that keeps our feast warm and fresh: the pizza box.
As is the case with pretty much everything we learn these days, this snazzy pizza box hack comes to us via TikTok.
The original video with this pizza box hack was posted months ago by TikToker @nateandgran (Nate Hunter). It got 7.6 MILLION views, so you know it was good.
What his video shows is how, instead of just jamming the entire pizza box in the fridge so you can have some tasty leftover ‘za later, there is a unique way you can fold the box so it takes up much less space.
More recently, however, TikTok user @Ccsmilezz (Nancey Nance) updated the original video to prove that one of the complaints about the original was fake news.
Viewers of the original viral TikTok video complained that his pizza box hack could only be performed on certain pizza boxes, depending on where you get your pizza.
In her version, however, Nance shows that the hack works even with a regular Domino’s pizza box that doesn’t come with the tear off tabs on the side – the main sticking point of the first video.
Her video has now been viewed over 12 MILLION times. Which is pretty amazing since there is also another secret leftover pizza hack to save space in the refigerator where one gets a plate, places the pizza on it, covers it with aluminum foil, and puts it in the fridge. I should really make a TikTok video showing how that’s done.
Of course, Nate, sensing a golden opportunity, reposted his original video and garnered an additional 867,000 views and counting.
So this pizza box hack has now been viewed over 20 MILLION times on TikTok.
Who says the internet is useless?