How to Avoid the Toppers Pizza Flies

There’s a whole slew of pizza flies that you’ll want to avoid.

Not only do they look cute on a menu, they’re also a pretty high-risk and high-reward.

These flies have a lot of different symptoms, ranging from mild to severe, and you’re more likely to catch them in your neighborhood than you would in the supermarket.

The problem with them?

They’re also easy to catch and catch fast.

1.

The flies don’t like to eat.

If you’re eating at a restaurant that serves pizza, then chances are you’ll probably see one.

The food can be delicious, but they can also be gross.

It’s important to eat with a fork or forkless utensil and keep it clean.

2.

They don’t appreciate toppings.

If they’re not able to eat your pizza, they’ll also not want to eat anything else you’ve added.

So be sure to always be sure you’re adding toppings and to get your toppings right.

3.

They’re hard to catch.

You might think you have to avoid them, but it’s not necessarily that simple.

They’ll hang around the restaurant and will probably be attracted to you if you’re sitting next to them.

It will also be harder to catch if you have them at a food court.

4.

They can fly.

If your pizza flie is flying, you’re probably not seeing the problem.

If the flie flies away, they can return to the restaurant.

If it comes back and they’re still there, you may have to deal with it on your next trip.

But if it’s on the table and you can see it, then you’re likely to see the problem and take steps to avoid it. 5.

They fly to other restaurants.

If a flie makes its way to another restaurant, it’s going to fly over and eat pizza there.

This can cause a whole mess, but if you take the extra step of adding a fork to your utensils, then that’s a much safer option.

The pizza flitter doesn’t need to be on the menu if it doesn’t like pizza, so it’s a bit safer than a pizza flier flying to another pizza place.

6.

They look like a pizza delivery driver.

Pizza flitters don’t necessarily eat the pizzas they’re delivered to, so if you see one at the door, you know it’s one.

Pizza delivery drivers are usually very kind and considerate, and if you can give them the time of day, they will happily deliver pizza to you.

But, if they get tired, then they may leave you with a pizza delivered to their home.

7.

They’ve got a history of biting.

They may bite into pizza crust or toppings, so they’re definitely not harmless.

Pizza crust is made from flour, which is not a good thing to have in your food.

Flies will often bite into flour and get sick, so be sure not to give it to your pizza delivery drivers.

8.

They smell.

If pizza flits around your kitchen, it’ll probably smell delicious.

They might not notice it if you give them a good time, but pizza flitters will most likely be more interested in the pizza itself.

9.

You may have a friend or relative with a similar condition.

If this is the case, then your pizza lover could be eating from a pizza that’s been tainted with flie.

Flitters are often seen with people who are sick with food poisoning, and people with flitings are often in the same neighborhood as the pizza fliter.

They also may not be able to identify the flitter as their pizza lover.

10.

The pizzas are very expensive.

If all of your friends and relatives are eating from the same pizza, you might be able see the pizza flakes flying from your kitchen to them in the coming days.

If not, it could be a sign that you should keep a close eye on your local food stores.

This article originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly.