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#46 Raa


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Posted 15 January 2014 - 03:36

Good idea, but bad price.

I'd be on it if it cost around $1 or so.

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 03:43

all pizza is greasy 


There's greasy pizza and then soaking through the box and turns into a gel when cold pizza. Pizza Hut is pretty much in the middle.

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 15:22

all pizza is greasy 


Bad pizza is greasy. Eat at Nicks, Patsy's or Totonno's in NYC and you'll never want to set foot in a Pizza Hut again.

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 15:33


In that case, the slice price should be lowered.  Its not like Pizza Hut is fine dining.  My nieces/nephews make better pizza from ingredients bought at the store.

So your nieces/nephews go into a fridge, put them in the oven and serve them to you? You should get them to work and make income.

This is what we get for $4 :) I wouldn't want to buy a single piece for $3

Fake. If it was pizza, patatos and drink, maybe. But the rest? Nah.

this could apply to a Restaurant in fine distinct, to justify their high prices.


Preparation, cooking and serving A PIZZA !?!?!   are you kidding me?  there is no skill, talent, or even effort involved in sticking a frozen pizza in the oven, waiting for a timer to beep, and cutting a slice!   NONE.  zero skills needed. expect a working ears and ability to roll a pizza cutting tool

But its work. In this area, you pay in a place for a service, not a product. There are few places that you are actually paying for the product. Dont kid yourself.

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 15:54

So your nieces/nephews go into a fridge, put them in the oven and serve them to you? You should get them to work and make income.

Sorry, heating up a slice of pizza and serving it is not with the price. Again, but like pizza Hut is a classy place or fine dining.

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 16:00

Fake. If it was pizza, patatos and drink, maybe. But the rest? Nah.

Why would I lie?


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Posted 15 January 2014 - 16:01

You never buy food at a restaurant. You always buy the preparation, cooking and serving of the food. NEVER forget that...

And then they expect a tip on top of that!

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 16:03

A fair point, they have no pastry topping or base so don't meet my definition. However, they ARE a filling and topping combination, which a pizza still is not.


I'm still not gonna give on pizza's being pies. That's just an Americanism, and we all know we can't trust you guys on pies. You make sweet pumpkin pies and those things are VILE!

1) The sauce on the pizza could be considered the filling, while you put the "toppings" aka cheese, mushrooms, etc on top.  So there ya have it.. a filling and a topping.

2) Pumpkin pie = yum

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Posted 22 January 2014 - 14:15

My local Takeaway is much better than Pizza hut :)  my reaction to when I see it is below.