Pizza is the stuff of legends. Geeks all around the world could probably live off nothing more than pizza, beer, and a few high caffeine soft drinks if they had to. The problem with eating pizza at your computer though is that your fingers get greasy. That means each time you click away at the keys, you leave greasy little fingerprints behind, which is gross.
If you leave too my fingerprints behind, the keyboard eventually ends up smelling like pepperoni pizza, too. As cool as that sounds, any ladies you may lure into your lair probably won’t care for the smell. Therefore, it’s probably best to try to keep as much pizza grease off your computer that you can. This is where the awesome Paper Dish concept comes in.
Designed by Yu Kyung Ha, Won Min Jung & Kwon Young Hee, (yes it took four people to come up with this) the Paper Dish is an under-layer that you place a pizza on top of inside the box. Each slice has a little flap on top. The idea is when you reach in to grab the pizza on the top using your thumb and the bottom with your other fingers, the top flap and paper underneath keep your hands nice and grease free. The only trick is how they could get the pizza sliced and lined up onto the sections, but I’m sure they could sort that part out. They also should think about making the dish part even smaller, only surrounding the crust of the pizza, so you don’t end up chewing on paper.
I think this could be the best thing to happen to pizza since someone came up with the idea of bringing the pizza to me rather than me going to the pizza. One of the major pizza restaurants needs to buy this concept and refine it ASAP.