Friday night’s Game 2 between the Canucks and the San Jose Sharks put Vancouver hockey fans through the wringer. Through two periods, it looked like we were witnessing yet another game in which the Canucks wouldn’t be scoring. Another disappointing outcome seemed inevitable. You could forgive any fan who felt that he had seen this game before and decided by about the second intermission that there wasn’t going to be much to see in the third.
But then Ryan Kesler came to life, scoring early in the final frame on a blistering slap shot from the point. Suddenly the disbelieving fans were forced to change their tune (albeit briefly). And one fan was forced to change his pizza order:
“Hi. I know I said I could pick up, but listen: Ryan Kesler just brought beast mode to the table. You’ll have to do the same for feast mode.”
This is my favourite receipt by far, narrowly beating out the one from that pastor that struggles to understand why Applebee’s waitresses outearn God. It’s just so detailed. And it tells us so much about this customer. He ordered this pizza when the Canucks were trailing and agreed to go get it because he didn’t think they would score. Was he alone? Was the plan to eat an entire large pizza because the Canucks were making him sad? That sounds about right.
Here’s hoping the delivery guy got there between when the Canucks took the lead and the Sharks tied the game up, because that was probably a big tip window.
s/t to J.W. Cannon.Tags: Ryan Kesler