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Pizza Boomerang: Penis-Severing Food of the Gods

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If you only watch one fake pizza ad featuring a severed penis today, make it this one. Pizza Boomerang, a video from the folks at Sofa Experience Communications, is hands-down the best pizza commercial we've seen this year.

It all starts with a low-rent Thor look-alike, cooking up a boomerang-shaped pizza. When it's ready to eat, faux Thor raises it to the sky and emits a mighty roar before thrusting it into the land of mere mortals.

This, of course, is no ordinary pizza. The mere smell of the heavenly pie is enough to stop a man who's about to jump to his death from a tall building. One touch of its crust is enough to satisfy any failed octopus grillers. And, of course, it's also a weapon, teaching flashers in the park a gruesome lesson. You just got served (pizza).

Needless to say, this video is NSFW. But we aren't exaggerating when we say you must watch it now now now. Click through to see Pizza Boomerang in all its glory.

So, um, who's hungry?

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