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I am stoked for this to come to America. I'm sure it'd be a nice addition to hotels or airports. Plus it looked like they were using actual raw ingredients rather than heating up a pre-made shitdisk so it'd probably even be better than half the pizza places over here.
#2
Haha, and then America will become fatter than Australia again, mwahahaha.
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#3
I'm surprised this was actually invented in Italy, whacked out overly complex vending machines are pretty much a Japanese trademark.
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#4
There was a place with pizza vending machines near where I lived but it closed down.

That place was awesome.
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#8
what a great idea. they should have mcdonalds ones. i hate going into that dive to speak to the mutants.
#9
Gross...
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that'd be slightly creepy if i didn't find it so amusing.
#15
Thats... weird... But how does a pizza get fully cooked in about 2 and a half minutes? Somethings not right about that...
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#16
*drools*
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Thats... weird... But how does a pizza get fully cooked in about 2 and a half minutes? Somethings not right about that...



never used a microwave?


only thing worrying about this is someone could tamper with the machine and poison you easily
#18
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never used a microwave?


only thing worrying about this is someone could tamper with the machine and poison you easily


I dont know, an entire pizza? In 2.5 minutes? I make pizza often, and at 400 degrees, it still takes 15 minutes... And its not from frozen either, I make the dough, and add the toppings...
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#19
That's actually badass.
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#20
A pizza vending machine? That's instense.

Is it just me, or does the voiceover for the first guy that was interviewed sound really familiar?
#23
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I'm surprised this was actually invented in Italy, whacked out overly complex vending machines are pretty much a Japanese trademark.

This
They should leave it to japan to come up with this ****
#24
Unless that machine was cleaned daily, it would get really unsanitary really fast...

This is a bad idea.
#25
Seems like a good idea, until you actually have to stand around waiting for 2 and a half minutes to get your food. It may not seem like much, but just stare at a clock doing nothing for 2.5 minutes.

Plus the lines would be huge around lunch time.
#26
*rolls eyes*
first we had um, actual restaraunts and stores, normal sized. [gasp]
then everything turned into drive-thrus, that are smaller...
now we're getting everything from little vending machines? what's next, push-a-button-on-a-brick-in-the-wall and a little hose comes out and sprays squeeze cheese into your mouth?
frrrealll, people..
#27
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Unless that machine was cleaned daily, it would get really unsanitary really fast...

This is a bad idea.
Lol, yeah.