Reddit Is Stunned By The Fabled Domino's Pizza An Employee Made

Unless the item in question is premade, most restaurants will allow you to customize menu items to a certain degree. This is great for picky eaters, those with food allergies, and individuals who simply don't like tomatoes on their burger. Often overlooked, customization is also a channel for prank orders and overly-creative customers — the latter not necessarily being a bad thing. It has, however, led to some pretty strange requests.

To find out the most bizarre orders their fast food friends have ever prepared, a Reddit user once posed the question online. They also revealed their funniest request while working at McDonald's was "a McChicken with extra lettuce and mayo, minus the bun and the chicken." Among the most unusual comments were a Sonic hotdog with the entire bag filled with onions and "an ice cream cone without the cone."

Another Reddit thread asked restaurant workers the same thing. One IHOP employee claimed they had a lady ask for an unfertilized egg. "She said 'you know when you crack the egg, and you see that little white bit stuck to the yolk? That's the sperm, and I don't want it in my eggs.' Still dead serious." 

Earlier this year, a customer ordered a pizza at Domino's that was practically the definition of "being extra," and it even made the employee handling it excited.

It included nearly 25 ingredients

A few months ago, Reddit user and Domino's employee u/15ftfruitrollup posted on the r/Dominos subreddit to share the order they were currently preparing for a customer. Posted alongside a photo, the caption read "I had to wait almost a year but finally someone ordered a pizza with all the toppings." The uncooked photo of the pizza appeared quite chaotic, but after it was baked, it seemed more or less like any other pizza.

Plenty of Redditors detailed their thoughts in the comments. "Imagine this.... but only half, other half just plain cheese," one person joked. Another asked the OP how they kept it "so neat." One Redditor didn't think the request was such a great idea. "Heartburn in a pizza," they wrote.

According to the Domino's website, there about 25 available pizza topping options, but these can sometimes vary by location. The Domino's employee on Reddit described exactly what was on this specific pizza: "Light sauce. American cheese, shredded provolone, sliced provolone, philly steak, pepperoni, ham, pineapple, sausage, beef, onion, green pepper, chicken, bacon, mushrooms, Cheddar, olives, parm Asiago, red pepper, tomato, jalapeño, and banana pepper, spinach, feta, and salami." That's 24 ingredients, which makes us wonder, could you handle a pizza with this many toppings?