This Prestigious Award Comes With Cheese

“Mom, they say it’s the world’s hardest thing to win and you’ve gotta do lots of good stuff, but when I grow up, I might wanna try to win the Nobel Pizza Prize.”  Jay-9

I wonder if that’s pick-up or delivery.

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23 Responses to This Prestigious Award Comes With Cheese

  1. Meemaw says:

    It won’t even surprise me when he does win it.

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  2. If he wins, will he share pizza with everyone? It seems like the peaceful thing to do.

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  3. Nobel Romans Pizza would probably cover it.

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  4. ryoko861 says:

    What a great name for a pizza franchise! The kid maybe on to something!!!

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    • I think he really believes pizza is involved in the prize.
      Reminds me of my college roommate…She thought the song “Taking Care of Business” was actually “Taking Care of Biscuits.” God, I love that girl!

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      • ryoko861 says:

        You know that song “Reelin’ in the Years”…I always thought they were singing “Sewing away the time”……I think this is how song parodies started…..

        I wonder what he’ll think when he finds out there is no pizza.

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  5. Dad says:

    I think he’d prefer a pizza prize as long as lent is over and he can eat the cheese!

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  6. Binky says:

    That’s one prize I’d like to win!

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  7. frigginloon says:

    Just Like Nelson Mozzarella and and Yasser Lowfat. Cool!!!

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  8. I think ryoko is right. You should trademark that one, and fast!

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  9. Karen says:

    He has my vote, simply for aspiring to it!

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  10. Have you tried Nobel in a can?
    Delicious.
    🙂

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  11. Tony McGurk says:

    Cedric says: Cheese??? Drawing bloke doesn’t bother with blog awards but seeing as it comes with cheese I’d like to accept the Nobel Prize on his behalf

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