So I'm standing in bookkeeper's office signing some things, or whatever is it that I do, which isn't very much. Anyway, that part of it is irrelevant. She's in the middle of placing an online order for a pizza, for lunch. That part of it is relevant. "What the hell is clean cut?" "Huh?" "Yeah I'm ordering a pizza. And there is a round cut, a square cut, and a clean cut. What is that?" "Hah. It just means they use a clean pizza cutter." I of course was joking. I'm thinking that maybe it is something more in line with shaving the crust off, sort of like what some people do with sandwiches. Enter admin in to the office to pick up some checks or invoices or something like that but whatever it was, is completely irrelevant. It's not like she was there to bring me a beer. She Googles 'clean cut' and 'pizza' on her telephone. "Oh guess what, you were right! It means they clean the cutter before using it on the pizza!" Say whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa I guess the rationale is to accommodate vegan or religious requirements, but if the attempt is to render a hummus pizza topped with feta and ground lamb kosher or halal, I'm sure there are twenty ways until Sunday to go south on that in a pizza assembling environment without being worried about the slicing implement. Who woulda thunk.