I see your point but there is a correlation between the size of your car and the size of your garage however your example is very random - no link between a pizza and a garden.
It is just a very French way of saying how small your place is for instance -
We are reviewing this example as a result as it may be too colloquial.
Bonne Continuation !
I don’t think it is such ‘colloquial French’ as to be beyond understanding. At least in my part of the English speaking world an observation offered that ‘Your car is tiny/so small/small’ could easily be met with a response like ‘Yeah/yes, but so is my garage/ but my garage is small too/ but you should see my garage etc’. These are not complete conversations but this one doesn’t seem that obscure to me.
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