Here’s Why You Should ALWAYS Order A Large Pizza If You Want The Best Value

It doesn’t matter where I’m at or even if I’m eating alone, I ALWAYS order a large pizza out of principle. Always. If I just have two slices of it, the other six go in the fridge and offer cheap snacks for the rest of the week. My logic has always been this: One large pizza = Four small meals for $16.

In the video above, ASAP Science confirms my rationale. Some pretty simple 10th grade math (…area = πr(adius)2….) makes a logical conclusion that the bigger the diameter of the pizza, the more bang for your buck.

Here’s how NPR’s Planet Money illustrated this very simple principle a few years ago:

I wonder if this pizza-loving girl understands this concept:

[H/T: Thrillist]

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