it’s been a slice



“it’s been a slice” is a farewell statement that comes from the saying “a slice of heaven.” you can use the phrase to tell someone in a playful way that you have enjoyed spending time with them. also, when ordering pizza, you can also say, “i’ll have a slice of heaven please (instead of a slice of pizza).” you will seem much cooler that way.
see you later, mikey. it’s been a slice!

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