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  1. B45
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    I ordered a three topping pizza. I say: Please don't forget to add the two orders o

    I ordered a three topping pizza. I say:

    Please don't forget to add the two orders of chicken topping.

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    Please don't forget to add double chicken topping.

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    Re: I ordered a three topping pizza. I say: Please don't forget to add the two orde

    I think it would be sufficient to say "I'd like a three-topping pizza with sun-dried tomatoes and double chicken topping." Asking them not to forget something seems gratuitous, unless they've forgotten something on an earlier occasion.

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