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Definition funny of Piza:
Pizza's little known bastard half-brother; comprised of a pseudo-dough resembling a nasty bagel, a half-teriaki-half-bbq sauce and cheese covering everything, making it look like a melted blob of cheese. Made famous by Maxie's Deli on Times Square.
Oh man, I though I ordered a pizza but it's so nasty I must've made a mistake and ordered a piza.
The kind of guy that wets his nuts when he goes pee pee
Jane = "I know his cock is small" JoAnne = "Definitely a Piza"
Songs about Piza:
Dance 6 Piza Worries by Ray Egan from the Album Euphoric Dance Music - Dance Vol. 09
Eliseo Piza by 10 Corridos Costenos from the Album 10 Super Exitos Corridos Autenticos Verdad De Dios
Fagun Me Jija Piza Mangela by Anjali Mishra Shen Dutt Singh Shan from the Album Fagun Me Jija Piza Mangela
Juvenal Piza by Raza Costeña from the Album Arrasando
Piza (Extended) by Maurizio Basilotta from the Album Dance Factory - House Edition, Vol. 9
Piza (Original Cut Edition) by Maurizio Basilotta from the Album Burn up the Night, Vol. 3
Piza (Original Extended) by Maurizio Basilotta from the Album Distar in Ibiza 2011
Books about Piza:
Piza. Iskusstvo i istoriya
PIZA DEL GIGANTE, LA (Dominie Libros Alegria) by Dominie Elementary (Oct 14, 2004)
Piza City Map by Instituto Geografico DeAgostini (Jan 31, 2003)
Kartki z podroÌzÌy, 1858-1864 r. ... KrakoÌw, WiedenÌ, Triest, Wenecja, Padwa, Medjolan, Genua, Piza, Florencja... by Jozef Ignacy. Kraszewski (Apr 27, 2010)
Rebellion on Piza 7 by Leona Bushman (May 13, 2009)
Incident Piza--Rio Branco: Grave situation politique au Brésil (French Edition) by Gabriel de Toledo Piza e Almeida (Jan 1, 1911)
Wiki information Piza:
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