Fresh Pizza Girl Meets Raven Girl

Fresh Pizza Girl Meets Raven Girl

Updated May 01, 2017 at 01:44PM EDT by Matt.

Added May 01, 2017 at 11:37AM EDT by Matt.

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Fresh Pizza Girl Meets Raven Girl refers to the combination of two popular pictures that originated on Twitter, one of a sleeping woman on the subway as her pizza slides out of the box and on to the ground, while the other is of a woman in full goth attire holding a raven on the train. The outcome of these two pictures was a popular illustration shared heavily on Twitter and Tumblr.

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Fresh Pizza Girl

On the morning of April 29th, 2017, Twitter user @JamesAALongman[1] tweeted a photo of a woman sleeping on the London subway losing grip of a pizza that is dropping on to the floor. They captioned the picture: "Big night (it's 8am)." The tweet (shown below) received more that 19,400 retweets and 52,200 likes in the first 72 hours.


James Longman @JamesAALongman Big night (it's 8am)

Raven Girl

On April 29th, Twitter user @maxsparerber[4] uploaded a photograph of a woman on the Moscow subway with a large raven on her lap under the caption "Sure, you're goth, but are you dejectedly riding the subway with your raven goth?" The tweet, shown below, received more than 112,300 retweets and 263,400 likes within 72 hours. That day, Twitter published a moment on the picture.[8]


Max Sparber @maxsparber Sure, you're goth, but are you dejectedly riding the subway with your raven goth? MT FRE

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On April 30th, Mashable[2] wrote an article about Fresh Pizza Girl. The article "Would You Eat This Pizza" highlighted some of the most popular jokes about the photograph, such as this photoshop by Twitter user @SummerRay,[3] shown below.



As both pictures appeared online within the same day, they exploded in popularity. One Twitter user, @masonhastie,[5] wrote, "I want to introduce pizza subway woman to raven subway goth." Illustrator Nina Matsumoto (@spacecoyote),[6] illustrated their meeting, garnering more than 50,000 retweets and 111,000 likes on Twitter and 9,800 notes on Tumblr[9] in 24 hours.

The illustration became very popular over the next day. Twitter published a moment documenting the popularity of the pictures.[7]


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