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Pizza Parties are technically any union of "pizza" and "party," but most of us associate them with elementary school (or... workplace) rewards. Did the whole class finish their science fair projects? Pizza Party! Did everyone turn in their quarterly expense reports? Pizza Party! Pizza's motivational powers are just that potent.

If like Andrew W.K., or the subject of that hot Eddie Murphy jam, you like to party all the time, then technically each time you have pizza is a party. You never have to stop. Everything in your entire life can be bliss rewarding bliss... So... Why aren't we all living a nonstop pizza party???!!!

Now, as I stand up to walk away from the drudgery of a career to party with pizza until I expire, here are some comics. You know what to do with them.

 

Lucky Cow By Mark Pett Oct 7, 2007

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Marmaduke By Brad Anderson Mar 18, 2011

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Off the Mark By Mark Parisi Nov 13, 2008

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Sarah's Scribbles By Sarah Andersen April 15, 2015

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The Awkward Yeti By Nick Seluk Nov 7, 2016

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Peanuts By Charles Schulz Feb 28, 1980

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Garfield By Jim Davis Nov 6, 1981

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Calvin and Hobbes By Bill Watterson Sept 8, 1986

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For Better or For Worse By Lynn Johnston Oct 28, 2003 

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Cleats By Bill Hinds June 10, 2006

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Overboard By Chip Dunham Sept 21, 2012

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The Awkward Yeti By Nick Seluk Feb 5, 2016

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