Extremely Hungover Man Leaves Hilarious Note For Pizza Delivery Man

Extremely Hungover Man Leaves Hilarious Note For Pizza Delivery Man
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We all know the feeling of waking up hungover and not wanting to see anyone. We want to eat without having to make an appearance in public.

Apparently, it’s been a week of leaving funny notes. Yesterday it was a parents’ note for their 13-year-old son to stop masturbating on the towels, and today it’s a hungover note to a pizza delivery man:

GLY8TOx

“Drop the pizza and walk away like it never happened.” This might have just officially became one of my all-time favorite quotes. What is the guy being held at gun point?

At least he was thoughtful enough to leave him a nice tip. Also, pretty nice hand writing for someone who’s so hungover.

(via Reddit)

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Tyler Gildin

Tyler Gildin is an NYC-based Stand Up Comedian and the Creative Director at Elite Daily. He is a Television Radio Film graduate from Syracuse University and performs at clubs and colleges all over the country. He’s been written up and interviewed in publications including Newsday, CBS New York, AOL Patch and SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio. He once forgot to wear his underwear to school in 4th grade, and his mom came and brought them for him in a manila envelope. His teacher opened it in front of the class.

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