Sad Things (14) Multilingual Pizza

Today, when I wanted to prepare a pizza, I felt really stupid. I tried to read the instructions, but I couldn’t read them in any of the fifteen languages provided. Fifteen languages! And I don’t speak any of them. What an embarrassment.

pizza

I tried to decipher the symbols in the bottom right corner, but these seemed to suggest that I should throw the pizza in the rubbish bin. I am not yet willing to give up, so if anyone speaks

  • Polish,
  • Hungarian,
  • Czech,
  • Slovak,
  • Croatian,
  • Bosnian,
  • Slovenian,
  • Serbian,
  • Montenegrinan,
  • Romanian,
  • Lithuanian,
  • Latvian,
  • Estonian,
  • Bulgarian or
  • Ukrainian,

you are welcome to come over and show me how this pizza works.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a journalist, a spy or a hobo.
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7 Responses to Sad Things (14) Multilingual Pizza

  1. Why don’t you just…. wing it? :-P

  2. A.T. says:

    How funny :)

    But to help you out in case you somehow lost your MacGyver touch in the face of language diversity:

    Electric: 200
    Gas: 4-5
    12 to 14 min

    Good luck!

    A.T.

  3. A.T. says:

    Perfect !!!!!

  4. Azores says:

    Since I can read and understand all 15 languages (and more) I’ve noticed one bizarre oddity: only Ukrainian version had a notice “Without GMO”. Viva Ukraine!

  5. Azores says:

    P.S. Which language of the 15 is the most attractive to your left or right or both eyes?

  6. The Hun says:

    Step 1.
    Preheat the oven to 230ºC (electric) or to 200ºC (air circulated).
    In gas oven adjust the knob to 4-5th position.
    Step 2.
    Remove the protective plastic foil.
    Place the frozen pizza to the lower grid of the oven and let it cook for about 12-14 minutes
    (or 10 to 11 minutes in air circulated oven).

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