Making a pizza or two to share with your friends is great and all, but you know what’s better? Sneakily saving a few slices just for yourself, without them ever knowing.
Now, if you cut a pizza in a traditional way (and then steal a couple slices), your buddies are sure to notice.
Which is why YouTuber DaveHax has come up with, probably, the best pizza stealing trick in history. All you have to do is cut a strip straight down the middle, put it to one side and push the two remaining pieces of pizza together. Then just rotate your pizza 90 degrees and cut a strip out of it again. After that, slice your pizza as you usually would.
Yeah, it’ll totally end up looking like you baked the word’s smallest pizza, but your friends will not judge you for that. Instead of thinking you’re a thief, they’ll assume you’re trying to help them lead a healthy lifestyle by reducing their portion sizes. Win!
And although this slicing trick has just recently revolutionized the lives of pizza thieves everywhere, it’s been used for non-nefarious purposes for over 100 years. English mathematical scientist Francis Galton maximized the taste and texture of each and every cake slice he ever ate with the very same parallel-cutting trick back in 1906.
Follow in his footsteps and you’ll never have to suffer through eating a half-dry and half-moist slice of cake again.
Not the biggest fan of cake? Chocolate more your thing? Well, we haven’t forgotten about you. We’ve found a way to make a chocolate bar last forever.
OK, so we have some bad news. It’s really just an illusion, but, you have to admit, a cool one nonetheless. Don’t know how this mind-blowing, seemingly everlasting choco trick works? Here’s a simple breakdown:
Will you be trying any of these tricks at your next hangout? Let us know in the comments below.