The Pizza Pocket Hoodie: A Hoodie With A Removable, Insulated Pouch For Carrying Pizza Slices

February 28, 2019

Because human achievement isn't going to pinnacle itself, this is the Kickstarter campaign for the ~$55 Pizza Pocket Hoodie, a hoodie with a triangular zippered pocket on the front that's made to store its specially insulated, removable (and hand-washable) pizza slice carrying pouch (which also has a magnetic closure to keep the heat in). I want one, but I'm kind of concerned -- I mean how many days in a row is too many days in a row to wear a Pizza Pocket Hoodie? "Nice try, GW, but I recognize a trick question when I hear one." Haha, you thought about it for a second though, admit it.

Keep going for several more shots and an As Seen On TV style commercial.

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Thanks to Irina A, who agrees we're one step closer to a hoodie with an integrated air fryer for reheating pizza wherever you want.

  • But... pizza slices from Greggs are square!

  • davegrille

    This is a cute idea.

  • Ren

    Yes, I love it when the cheese slides off my pizza.

  • Bling Nye

    I'd actually like to see 8 people deliver a whole pizza this way... to my neighbor. And ask for payment individually.

    I feel like there's an analogy in there somewhere about the current industry practice in the video game market regarding games releasing incomplete and riddled with bugs relying on future updates and DLC's.............. hmm.

    It's all stupid, either way.

  • Ivanna Pewpalott

    the Office did it first https://media.giphy.com/med...

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    this should replace my calzone hammock underwear for practical reasons, but i'll still keep it purely for pleasure

  • Bling Nye

    Have you tried the meatball pasties? Very liberating.

  • Meh

    I hope whoever comes up with stupid shit like this dies a horribly painful death.

  • davegrille

    Smile!

  • GeneralDisorder

    I don't wish death upon them. But I do wish that they die alone and penniless in a cold cold gutter some winter's night.

  • Ollie Williams

    This is one of those items that the purchaser should question their life choices.

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