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Pieces of pizza or pie sliced into square or rectangular shapes instead of the traditional method of slicing into radial sections. The "party squares" method was most likely invented for the purpose of maximizing the number of servings from a single pie, and is most often used on very large pizzas.

The main drawback of party squares is the lack of uniformity among slices; only the pieces around the edges have crust, and the majority of pieces from the middle of the pie usually tend to be soggy.
"The 34-inch pizza always comes sliced into party squares, so let's just order three 12-inch pizzas instead."
by Colonel_Panic January 04, 2014
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