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(Huffington Post)   Ever open a box of pizza, inhale a whiff and think to yourself 'man I wish I could bottle that smell?' Well, thanks to Pizza Hut, now you can   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 41
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2012-12-05 09:33:16 AM  
We want the smell of a real pizza, not the round pizza-like objects (hereafter known as RPOs) they serve at Pizza Hut.
 
2012-12-05 10:03:11 AM  
I remember having scratch n' sniff pizza smell as a kid. It was divine.
 
2012-12-05 10:35:22 AM  
I've definitely never had that experience when the box said "Pizza Hut" on it.
 
2012-12-05 11:37:06 AM  
Does it smell of rancid oil and artificial cheese like a Pizza Hut pizza does?
 
2012-12-05 11:57:39 AM  
They should call it Wisconsin.
 
2012-12-05 12:00:25 PM  
Someone farting in a glass jar isn't the type of job growth I was expecting.
 
2012-12-05 12:00:47 PM  
beats Cracker Barrel perfume
 
2012-12-05 12:01:23 PM  
You smell fat.
 
2012-12-05 12:03:11 PM  
Pizza Hut thin crust is a perfectly cromulent pizza. It's not the best in the world but its certainly edible.
 
2012-12-05 12:04:27 PM  

TheSwizz: Someone farting in a glass jar isn't the type of job growth I was expecting.


I did that once and it works pretty well. Actually, I did it twice. Once to test the concept and again to give to a friend. I've never laughed so hard at the question, "What the f*ck is wrong with you?"
Later that week he set a Barbie on fire and threw it in my truck.
God, I miss that job.
 
2012-12-05 12:05:40 PM  
Next up for the Canuckian perfume company: "Memories of Winnipeg" and "eau de hockey bag".
 
2012-12-05 12:06:10 PM  
great for attracting Fat Chicks!
 
2012-12-05 12:10:09 PM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: TheSwizz: Someone farting in a glass jar isn't the type of job growth I was expecting.

I did that once and it works pretty well. Actually, I did it twice. Once to test the concept and again to give to a friend. I've never laughed so hard at the question, "What the f*ck is wrong with you?"
Later that week he set a Barbie on fire and threw it in my truck.
God, I miss that job.


There are so many questions that come to mind.

1. Did you carry a glass jar around waiting for that golden opportunity to drop trou and fill the jar?
2. Did you let it marinate on a sunny window sill?
3. How did you get your buddy to take a good inhale?
4. Here smell this? I would be pretty suspicious.
5. Did you throw it at his feet for a stink bomb effect?
 
2012-12-05 12:14:01 PM  
Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.
 
2012-12-05 12:16:56 PM  

Jon iz teh kewl: beats Cracker Barrel perfume


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2012-12-05 12:20:35 PM  
friend of mine did this with a water glass in the bathroom. He got his brother, his father told him he didn't know he was a scatologist.
 
2012-12-05 12:22:08 PM  

give me doughnuts: We want the smell of a real pizza, not the round pizza-like objects (hereafter known as RPOs) they serve at Pizza Hut.


I keep all my Linux apps in RPO's
 
2012-12-05 12:22:11 PM  
This guy has it perfected!

images4.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2012-12-05 12:25:18 PM  

Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.


There is no New York-Chicago pizza rivalry. Chicago pizza isn't pizza -- it's crap. End of story.
 
2012-12-05 12:27:11 PM  
Not-so-CSB time:

When I was a senior in high school I got chicken pox. Super high fever to start, covered head to toe in sores later, missed two weeks of school, just an awful time really. But there was an odd thing about the sores, perhaps enhanced by the fact that I was covered in them, in that they had a SMELL to them (to me at least, anyway) and a rather unpleasant one at that. Now there is a pizzeria in my neighborhood that makes decent pizza, probably the most popular one in town. But it has almost the exact smell to me. A sort of greasy, cheesy smell. Now it doesn't bother me while I'm eating it, but any trace residue left around my mouth afterwards will get me sick to my stomach if given time. There's just something about having that smell coming from me. I have to wash my face afterwards to get rid of it.
 
2012-12-05 12:27:36 PM  
So it smells like cancer?
 
2012-12-05 12:43:45 PM  
Every girl wants to smell like she has a yeast infection. It drive the guys wild.
 
2012-12-05 12:51:12 PM  

Catsaregreen: Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.

There is no New York-Chicago pizza rivalry. Chicago pizza isn't pizza -- it's crap. End of story.


Most real Chicagoans only eat deep dish when out of towners are in. Chicago has its own style of thin crust and it's just as good as NY style. I happen to like both almost equally but being from Chicago I have a slight bias towards my hometown.

My guess is also that you've only tried Pizzeria Uno or some other tourist trap. There are actually some delicious deep dish concoctions here. I don't care if you call it pizza though.
 
2012-12-05 12:56:41 PM  
FTFA: But you can be sure we're going to keep our eyes peeled (zing!)

Wait, what? How is "peeled" a pun of any sort in the context of this article? Jesus, HuffPo, do you even try?
 
2012-12-05 12:59:15 PM  
Fiiiiiiinally.
 
2012-12-05 01:04:32 PM  

give me doughnuts: We want the smell of a real pizza, not the round pizza-like objects (hereafter known as RPOs) they serve at Pizza Hut.


Whoa whoa whoa! Back off, dude! PH's large, thin crust Meat Lover's Pizza ($10.00) is greasy artery-clogging Heaven.
 
2012-12-05 01:07:12 PM  

Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.


Yeah, but we get to drive there in our authentic muscle cars while wearing our real cowboy boots, blue jeans, and actual trucker caps instead of getting all that experience second hand and all fancified in the overpriced European aesthetic - like pizza itself - the experience had to be reinvented by Americans in order to be worth a damn anyway. Everyone in this country has at least one local pizza joint that is likely better to them, than anywhere else in the world. That's how we roll, you poor, unfortunate European yob.
 
2012-12-05 01:08:12 PM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: TheSwizz: Someone farting in a glass jar isn't the type of job growth I was expecting.

I did that once and it works pretty well. Actually, I did it twice. Once to test the concept and again to give to a friend. I've never laughed so hard at the question, "What the f*ck is wrong with you?"
Later that week he set a Barbie on fire and threw it in my truck.
God, I miss that job.


Many lols were had. Thanks you for the CSB.
 
2012-12-05 01:08:26 PM  

Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.


Both Pizza Hut and Dominos have improved their products. PH more than a little; Dominos vastly improved. A Dominos feta cheese, garlic and spinach pizza is delicious.
 
2012-12-05 01:12:33 PM  

SlagginOff: Catsaregreen: Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.

There is no New York-Chicago pizza rivalry. Chicago pizza isn't pizza -- it's crap. End of story.

Most real Chicagoans only eat deep dish when out of towners are in. Chicago has its own style of thin crust and it's just as good as NY style. I happen to like both almost equally but being from Chicago I have a slight bias towards my hometown.

My guess is also that you've only tried Pizzeria Uno or some other tourist trap. There are actually some delicious deep dish concoctions here. I don't care if you call it pizza though.


You can get great pizza in Boston's north end, but we don't like to brag about it. I think the moral here is that there is awesome pizza to be had in local restaurants wherever there is an authentic Italian community, and that chain store pizza sucks universally. End of story.
 
2012-12-05 01:14:08 PM  

SlagginOff: Catsaregreen: Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.

There is no New York-Chicago pizza rivalry. Chicago pizza isn't pizza -- it's crap. End of story.

Most real Chicagoans only eat deep dish when out of towners are in. Chicago has its own style of thin crust and it's just as good as NY style. I happen to like both almost equally but being from Chicago I have a slight bias towards my hometown.

My guess is also that you've only tried Pizzeria Uno or some other tourist trap. There are actually some delicious deep dish concoctions here. I don't care if you call it pizza though.


I really enjoy a good meal from Lou Malnati's, but it's not pizza.
 
2012-12-05 01:19:32 PM  

Jim.Casy: SlagginOff: Catsaregreen: Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.

There is no New York-Chicago pizza rivalry. Chicago pizza isn't pizza -- it's crap. End of story.

Most real Chicagoans only eat deep dish when out of towners are in. Chicago has its own style of thin crust and it's just as good as NY style. I happen to like both almost equally but being from Chicago I have a slight bias towards my hometown.

My guess is also that you've only tried Pizzeria Uno or some other tourist trap. There are actually some delicious deep dish concoctions here. I don't care if you call it pizza though.

You can get great pizza in Boston's north end, but we don't like to brag about it. I think the moral here is that there is awesome pizza to be had in local restaurants wherever there is an authentic Italian community, and that chain store pizza sucks universally. End of story.


I want to travel to Boston right now just to go to Regina's.
 
2012-12-05 01:31:08 PM  

Psychopusher: FTFA: But you can be sure we're going to keep our eyes peeled (zing!)

Wait, what? How is "peeled" a pun of any sort in the context of this article? Jesus, HuffPo, do you even try?


Just a guess, but a "pizza peel" is the wooden thing used to pull the pizza from the oven. That's probably the pun they were shooting for. Not that it makes it a good pun...
 
2012-12-05 01:32:40 PM  
Ever open a box of pizza, inhale a whiff and think to yourself 'man I wish I could bottle that smell?'

No.
 
2012-12-05 01:37:07 PM  

TheSwizz:
There are so many questions that come to mind.

1. Did you carry a glass jar around waiting for that golden opportunity to drop trou and fill the jar?

Just a spur of the moment thing. We had lots of jars sitting around that we would use to hold small parts. It was a bicycle shop.

2. Did you let it marinate on a sunny window sill?

No, I'm not a monster.

3. How did you get your buddy to take a good inhale?

"Check this out. I think this had peanut brittle in it before. Or maybe Almond Rocha."

4. Here smell this? I would be pretty suspicious.

Most certainly.

5. Did you throw it at his feet for a stink bomb effect?


No, but the idea is not without merit.
 
2012-12-05 01:55:21 PM  

Jim.Casy: SlagginOff: Catsaregreen: Slaxl: Sometimes I feel sorry for you Americans, reading pizza threads it seems you can't get a decent pizza anywhere in America. Everyone will say that Domino's taste like ass, this thread lets me know that American Pizza Hut tastes of crap, then you have the whole New York - Chicago rivalry, both sides say the other is crap, so i'll just assume both are crap... But over here every pizza tastes like it was crafted by the hands of an angel. A little Italian angel. Where you can go from pizzeria to pizzeria, almost too full to move but unable to put down that next bite because you know it's going to taste so divine and heavenly so you keep eating until your stomach ruptures and you succumb to the most glorious of deaths and they use the gases escaping from your ruptured stomach to create perfumes to sell to other pizza lovers.

There is no New York-Chicago pizza rivalry. Chicago pizza isn't pizza -- it's crap. End of story.

Most real Chicagoans only eat deep dish when out of towners are in. Chicago has its own style of thin crust and it's just as good as NY style. I happen to like both almost equally but being from Chicago I have a slight bias towards my hometown.

My guess is also that you've only tried Pizzeria Uno or some other tourist trap. There are actually some delicious deep dish concoctions here. I don't care if you call it pizza though.

You can get great pizza in Boston's north end, but we don't like to brag about it. I think the moral here is that there is awesome pizza to be had in local restaurants wherever there is an authentic Italian community, and that chain store pizza sucks universally. End of story.


I'll agree with you here. One of the best pizzas I've ever had was somewhere around Holland, MI, and most other joints I've had in MI have been lousy.

To clarify, i wasn't trying to brag about Chicago pizza. Just mentioning the fact that outsiders almost always equate it with deep dish when the fact is that more than 75% of the time when a Chicagoan orders pizza it's probably thin. And a different style of thin crust, not just something masquerading as NY style thin.
 
2012-12-05 01:58:54 PM  
www4.images.coolspotters.com
 
2012-12-05 02:15:22 PM  
I am a man. And as such, don't consider bottling any scent. Except perhaps deer urine.
 
2012-12-05 03:10:45 PM  
I'll lift a toilet lid and smell if I want to smell pizza hut
 
2012-12-05 06:49:13 PM  
A standard NY utility slice is a million times better than anything Pizza Hutt or any others of that ilk make.
 
2012-12-05 11:07:24 PM  
Yesterday at work we had the annual "Christmas Snowflake" questionnaire prior to redistribution for our version of Secret Santa. One question was favorite smell. I listed 4... coming in at #4 was Pizza. And now this... I'm just ahead of the curve...
 
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