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2014-07-25 12:03:03 AM
.17 is not a pizza, it's a cookie.

.11? Nothing hits the spot quite like poorly prepared bacon.

I'm gonna boil me a pound of bacon RIGHT NOW!
 
2014-07-25 12:13:39 AM
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I bet it's one subby who keeps getting these tired old New York/Chicago pizza greenlights just to see each city's staunch supporters chew each other's heads off.

/welcome to fark
 
2014-07-25 12:42:03 AM
the broads who work at the pizza hut in bucharest are slamming hot.  then again, most the chicks in bucharest are slamming hot.  but go ahead, tell me how great your pizza is at your favorite NYC pizza parlor, served to you by some bitter, chunky, twentysomething "studies" major who is $165,000 in debt and thinks the world starts and ends in brooklyn.
 
2014-07-25 12:56:43 AM

nickdaisy: the broads who work at the pizza hut in bucharest are slamming hot.  then again, most the chicks in bucharest are slamming hot.  but go ahead, tell me how great your pizza is at your favorite NYC pizza parlor, served to you by some bitter, chunky, twentysomething "studies" major who is $165,000 in debt and thinks the world starts and ends in brooklyn.


I was unaware that the attractiveness of the employee had anything to do with the taste of the pizza.
 
2014-07-25 01:05:20 AM
They talked about the maple bacon pizza and the poutine pizza we get here - but they left out the really good butter chicken one.  Do you guys get that in the States?  How about the pulled pork one?  Canada also gets a sriracha chicken one I've heard is good.
 
2014-07-25 01:11:32 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: They talked about the maple bacon pizza and the poutine pizza we get here - but they left out the really good butter chicken one.  Do you guys get that in the States?  How about the pulled pork one?  Canada also gets a sriracha chicken one I've heard is good.


Pizza Hut is an abomination unto pizza, so I am unaware of their menu offerings.

Really though, the only reason I'm answering you is an excuse to post this. I found it earlier and it made me laugh.

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2014-07-25 01:22:20 AM

grumpfuff: Benevolent Misanthrope: They talked about the maple bacon pizza and the poutine pizza we get here - but they left out the really good butter chicken one.  Do you guys get that in the States?  How about the pulled pork one?  Canada also gets a sriracha chicken one I've heard is good.

Pizza Hut is an abomination unto pizza, so I am unaware of their menu offerings.

Really though, the only reason I'm answering you is an excuse to post this. I found it earlier and it made me laugh.

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I like that one.  Made me chuckle.
 
2014-07-25 01:29:44 AM
Only people in New York think they have the best pizza, and don't, and complain.  Other places know they don't, and complain. Some Detroit pizza looked OK, I must admit.

Chicagoans can get anything from cracker-crust to brick-oven thin crust to square-cut thin crust cheese-and-sausage - the kind most people here eat - to the deep dish we have when friends come into town.

New Yawkers have their generic sad 18" folded cardboard wedges of cheese and sauce.  Who gets a cheese pizza who has a choice not to do so?  If there is no meat on your pizza, and you aren't Jewish or Muslim, then you are missing the entire point of eating a pizza.  You are eating the baloney sandwich of pizza.  Of course you hate Chicago pizza, because all you have is your baloney sandwich.
 
2014-07-25 04:24:20 AM
Pizza Hut is garbage however there is one thing worth eating there(it's not on the menu though). Take some of their garlic bread, add pizza sauce, cheese, a topping, and put it in the oven until the cheese is melted.

Good stuff.
 
2014-07-25 04:28:12 AM

syrynxx: Who gets a cheese pizza who has a choice not to do so?


There's nothing wrong with a good, honest cheese pizza once in awhile. Any place that can't make a good cheese pizza shouldn't be trusted with additional toppings.
 
2014-07-25 04:29:06 AM
Pizza is garbage. Dough. Lets pay for overpriced cheap-ready meals!

/calzones, baby
 
2014-07-25 04:31:29 AM
Number 4. The Meatball Sliders, looks pretty good.

Never heard of,  or seen number 7. Cheesy Beef Poutine pizza advertised up here.  But then I don't get pizza from the hut often because two stupid large feast pizzas will run you like 40 bucks delivered,  fark that.

The Canadian hut has smokey bacon pizza - Creamy Alfredo Sauce, maple bacon strips, bacon strips, bacon crumble, sliced mushroom, shredded cheddar and mozzarella.  I'd give this a try minus the alfredo and mushrooms.
 
2014-07-25 04:33:10 AM
Arguing about pizza is like arguing about politics. All is settles is that you're a douche with too much time on your hands. Enjoy the goddamned pizza you enjoy.
 
2014-07-25 04:46:39 AM

robohobo: Arguing about pizza is like arguing about politics. All is settles is that you're a douche with too much time on your hands. Enjoy the goddamned pizza you enjoy.


Thank you.
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2014-07-25 04:51:02 AM
5. The Big Dipper, Costa Rica

Yes... yes subby... We heathens in the states have never, ever experienced this particular thing... Or the cookie pizza that quite literally says it's in the USA...
 
2014-07-25 04:52:52 AM

Ow! That was my feelings!: robohobo: Arguing about pizza is like arguing about politics. All is settles is that you're a douche with too much time on your hands. Enjoy the goddamned pizza you enjoy.

Thank you.
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Totinos is good in a middle of the night pinch. I only wish Mama Celeste used the same recipe as in the 80's. 80's Mama Celeste was farking delicious for cheap dollar pizza. These days, it's beyond sad.
 
2014-07-25 04:55:59 AM
Randomly, the worst pizza I ever had was in Japan, about 8 or 10 years ago. It was also ridiculously expensive. Germany was the 2nd worst.
 
2014-07-25 04:57:16 AM

Ow! That was my feelings!: robohobo: Arguing about pizza is like arguing about politics. All is settles is that you're a douche with too much time on your hands. Enjoy the goddamned pizza you enjoy.

Thank you.
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That picture just gave me diarrhea.
 
2014-07-25 04:58:09 AM

Hoopy Frood: syrynxx: Who gets a cheese pizza who has a choice not to do so?

There's nothing wrong with a good, honest cheese pizza once in awhile. Any place that can't make a good cheese pizza shouldn't be trusted with additional toppings.


www.forkparty.com

Agreed.
 
2014-07-25 05:02:01 AM
#6. Although bulgolgi pizza is sold in Japan, "bulgogi" is thoroughly Korean.

Pizza Hut in Korea does offer the disgusting Bacon Potato Pizza - yark.

But Domino's Korea wins with THIS freakishly nasty abomination.


/Double sensations can be fairly common in Hong Kong. ;)
 
2014-07-25 05:03:58 AM
Can I assume that article was a paid ad for Pizza Hut? Why else would you restrict yourself to only discuss their brand.

I live in a smallish town in the UK and there are a number of better and cheaper options available when I want a pizza. Why anyone in a major US city would frequent a Pizza Hut beats me.
 
2014-07-25 05:04:04 AM
Pizza hut base tastes like fried bread, it's a heart attack in a box

Papa John's base is much more agreeable...  That or Pizza Go-Go.   But let's be honest all of the chain pizza houses are pretty shiat

/UK
 
2014-07-25 05:07:38 AM

jamspoon: Can I assume that article was a paid ad for Pizza Hut? Why else would you restrict yourself to only discuss their brand.

I live in a smallish town in the UK and there are a number of better and cheaper options available when I want a pizza. Why anyone in a major US city would frequent a Pizza Hut beats me.


Is your pizza boiled? Kidding, but I've had pizza in England and Ireland both, and they were either bland/or salty as fark. I also remember the preposterously expensive Pizza Hut pizza in London back in the 80's.
 
2014-07-25 05:13:17 AM

robohobo: Ow! That was my feelings!: robohobo: Arguing about pizza is like arguing about politics. All is settles is that you're a douche with too much time on your hands. Enjoy the goddamned pizza you enjoy.

Thank you.
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Totinos is good in a middle of the night pinch. I only wish Mama Celeste used the same recipe as in the 80's. 80's Mama Celeste was farking delicious for cheap dollar pizza. These days, it's beyond sad.


I'd just be happy if they actually covered the thing with cheese. The top of a Celeste pizza is more red than it is white.
 
2014-07-25 05:54:25 AM
Pizza Hut is not garbage....I like their taste and creativity better than Papa Johns and Domino. I tried Papa Johns menu and frankly it did not taste that greatly, compared to Pizza Hut. On the down side, Pizza Hut pizzas have too much grease, one slice or two and your stomach is full.
 
2014-07-25 05:59:20 AM

robohobo: Arguing about pizza is like arguing about politics. All is settles is that you're a douche with too much time on your hands. Enjoy the goddamned pizza you enjoy.


Its Chicagoan vs New Yorkers. They will internet fight all night about things like which time zone is better and who's accent sounds classier.
 
2014-07-25 06:03:10 AM

Warmnight: On the down side, Pizza Hut pizzas have too much grease, one slice or two and your stomach is full.


Au contraire! When it comes to my fond recollection of my favorite greasy assed chain pizza, I can think of no one who can compare to The Godfather. Of course my memories are from the 70's  - but holy hell it was greasy, cheesy, and nasty. I loved it.

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I find myself wanting to re-visit a Godfathers whenever I get to the US but alas, I never seem to be able to get within 200 miles of one.

I'm sure I won't find it as good as I remember it. Much like when I downloaded Space:1999 recently.

/and that gives me teh sad...
 
2014-07-25 06:06:25 AM
I'm pretty sure that they don't have those offerings at the Canadian pizza hut near me so maybe it's not all of Canada that has them.  Independently owned pizza places are pretty common in this area of the world, and large chains don't price themselves any lower either so they don't really do super well.  Also there are two smaller Atlantic Canadian chains that compete for their business.
 
2014-07-25 06:08:17 AM

grumpfuff: nickdaisy: the broads who work at the pizza hut in bucharest are slamming hot.  then again, most the chicks in bucharest are slamming hot.  but go ahead, tell me how great your pizza is at your favorite NYC pizza parlor, served to you by some bitter, chunky, twentysomething "studies" major who is $165,000 in debt and thinks the world starts and ends in brooklyn.

I was unaware that the attractiveness of the employee had anything to do with the taste of the pizza.


Last time I ordered pizza hut, they had a guy deliver it. NTTAWWT.
 
2014-07-25 06:24:05 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: They talked about the maple bacon pizza and the poutine pizza we get here - but they left out the really good butter chicken one.  Do you guys get that in the States?  How about the pulled pork one?  Canada also gets a sriracha chicken one I've heard is good.


Ugh.  Things that have wings do not belong on pizza.  Or had wings.  Or ever flew in life.

Same goes for anything that swims or swam or has/had fins or lives in water.

Pig or cow.  Or go vegetarian.
 
2014-07-25 06:40:39 AM

syrynxx: Who gets a cheese pizza who has a choice not to do so?


A well-made cheese pizza made with good cheeses is better than any poorly-made pizza with a dozen additional toppings.

That said, I personally would pretty much always want additional toppings, all other things being equal.
 
2014-07-25 06:42:37 AM

syrynxx: Only people in New York think they have the best pizza, and don't, and complain.  Other places know they don't, and complain. Some Detroit pizza looked OK, I must admit.

Chicagoans can get anything from cracker-crust to brick-oven thin crust to square-cut thin crust cheese-and-sausage - the kind most people here eat - to the deep dish we have when friends come into town.

New Yawkers have their generic sad 18" folded cardboard wedges of cheese and sauce.  Who gets a cheese pizza who has a choice not to do so?  If there is no meat on your pizza, and you aren't Jewish or Muslim, then you are missing the entire point of eating a pizza.  You are eating the baloney sandwich of pizza.  Of course you hate Chicago pizza, because all you have is your baloney sandwich.


Cheese pizza is kind of boring but you can still get great pizza without meat. Try just getting onions. It's actually really good. I'd pick that over ground beef or chicken.
 
2014-07-25 07:01:37 AM

nickdaisy: the broads who work at the pizza hut in bucharest are slamming hot.  then again, most the chicks in bucharest are slamming hot.  but go ahead, tell me how great your pizza is at your favorite NYC pizza parlor, served to you by some bitter, chunky, twentysomething "studies" major who is $165,000 in debt and thinks the world starts and ends in brooklyn.


I've been to a pizza hut in Bucharest, Bucharest is a big city with more than one pizza hut so let me know which one in particular you went to. I don't recall them being of any particular "slamming" hotness. Romanian girls are either very hot or very much not.

ciberido: Benevolent Misanthrope: They talked about the maple bacon pizza and the poutine pizza we get here - but they left out the really good butter chicken one.  Do you guys get that in the States?  How about the pulled pork one?  Canada also gets a sriracha chicken one I've heard is good.

Ugh.  Things that have wings do not belong on pizza.  Or had wings.  Or ever flew in life.

Same goes for anything that swims or swam or has/had fins or lives in water.

Pig or cow.  Or go vegetarian.


You're missing out. The beauty of a pizza is that it works with everything. Put anything on a pizza and it'll still work. Unless it was gross to begin with, like broccoli, or snails. I haven't had a pizza sober in months, this thread has made me realise that I need to set aside a night to over indulge in pizza. I'm starving, I might just go now.
 
2014-07-25 07:08:00 AM

robohobo: jamspoon: Can I assume that article was a paid ad for Pizza Hut? Why else would you restrict yourself to only discuss their brand.

I live in a smallish town in the UK and there are a number of better and cheaper options available when I want a pizza. Why anyone in a major US city would frequent a Pizza Hut beats me.

Is your pizza boiled? Kidding, but I've had pizza in England and Ireland both, and they were either bland/or salty as fark. I also remember the preposterously expensive Pizza Hut pizza in London back in the 80's.


I buy pizza from a Turkish run take away - pick up drive home, eat within a few minutes of it coming out of the oven. Or for eat in pizza there are a number of Italian restaurants.

Suspect Pizza Hut is better in the US, much like some of the burger chains. Though we found the best burgers we had in the US in the non-chain joints.
 
2014-07-25 07:13:33 AM
This "news" article sponsored by...

But seriously, besides the obvious "Pizza Hut sucks, Chicago/NY/Cali/East Cutbank Montana pizza style is better." (which is true), none of those other specialties that other places have are even all that exciting.  Oooh, you shoved vegemite into a cheese crust?!  I SO couldn't just dip my farking crusts in it... that would taste weird!  One place cut their rectangle pizza up into smaller pieces?  Holy crap... I totally couldn't just ask the store to do that, and I definitely don't know how to use a knife if they won't do it.

This was such blatant marketing bull crap, that even though I have an iron cesspool of a stomach, and enjoy shiatty foods like McD's and Pizza Hut (practically lived off both when I lived in Germany), I will probably avoid Pizza Hut for as long as my memory lasts about my irritation towards this article.

In other words... I'll likely be ordering in about an hour, and regretting it when someone reminds me of this article later.

/ Wish my memory didn't suck.
 
2014-07-25 07:21:20 AM
I had a Pizza Hut pizza recently. I wasn't expecting much and, that's what I got. The toppings were fine. The crust was a little soggy, heavy with garlic powder and... for some reason, sweetened?

I don't know what it is with American breads, these days, they all seem to contain massive amounts of sugar. Bread loaves, hotdog buns, hamburger buns, and even pizza have turned into some kind of sugary snack.

Do not want.
 
2014-07-25 07:34:46 AM
I will pass on the fish egg stuffed crust. The dressing, seafood and pineapple sound good though. The flatbreads look good. The rest are not worth the antacids.
 
2014-07-25 07:46:43 AM

nickdaisy: the broads who work at the pizza hut in bucharest are slamming hot.  then again, most the chicks in bucharest are slamming hot.  but go ahead, tell me how great your pizza is at your favorite NYC pizza parlor, served to you by some bitter, chunky, twentysomething "studies" major who is $165,000 in debt and thinks the world starts and ends in brooklyn.


The pizza in New York is served by the 30-year-old son of the owner, or his recently immigrated cousin. They're all very, very hairy men.
 
2014-07-25 07:50:27 AM
The Marmite crust. ::shudder:: I don't think even Kiwis would actuallly eat that.

The bulgogi one actuallly sounds pretty good. It's Pizza Hut, so I'm sure the execution doesn't meet the concept, but the concept is good.

I'm not a big fan of chain pizza in general, but we recently got a Marco's close enough to deliver. For chain pizza, it's pretty good; better than some of the local joints near me.
 
2014-07-25 07:56:24 AM

syrynxx: Only people in New York think they have the best pizza, and don't, and complain.  Other places know they don't, and complain. Some Detroit pizza looked OK, I must admit.

Chicagoans can get anything from cracker-crust to brick-oven thin crust to square-cut thin crust cheese-and-sausage - the kind most people here eat - to the deep dish we have when friends come into town.

New Yawkers have their generic sad 18" folded cardboard wedges of cheese and sauce.  Who gets a cheese pizza who has a choice not to do so?  If there is no meat on your pizza, and you aren't Jewish or Muslim, then you are missing the entire point of eating a pizza.  You are eating the baloney sandwich of pizza.  Of course you hate Chicago pizza, because all you have is your baloney sandwich.


You can get any kind of pizza ever invented in New York, too, including Chicago style. The corner places that sell traditional slices also do everything from cheese to chicken-and-broccoli to loaded supreme. But you knew that.
 
2014-07-25 07:56:47 AM
Pizza Hut in China had a 20 page menu, and only 2 pages were pizza. We actually saw escargo on the menu.
 
2014-07-25 08:07:07 AM

LazyMedia: The Marmite crust. ::shudder:: I don't think even Kiwis would actuallly eat that.


I was thinking that might be the only way to make Marmite palatable for me.
 
2014-07-25 08:08:45 AM

CarnySaur: LazyMedia: The Marmite crust. ::shudder:: I don't think even Kiwis would actuallly eat that.

I was thinking that might be the only way to make Marmite palatable for me.


There's only one way to eat it. Spread thin on buttered white bread, and made into a sandwich with lettuce. It's not good, but it's edible.
 
2014-07-25 08:09:19 AM

LazyMedia: The Marmite crust. ::shudder:: I don't think even Kiwis would actuallly eat that.

The bulgogi one actuallly sounds pretty good. It's Pizza Hut, so I'm sure the execution doesn't meet the concept, but the concept is good.

I'm not a big fan of chain pizza in general, but we recently got a Marco's close enough to deliver. For chain pizza, it's pretty good; better than some of the local joints near me.


The Canadian one ( Cheesy Beef Poutine ) sounds pretty good as well, although my arteries would protest if I dug into that...
 
2014-07-25 08:12:34 AM

Boo_Guy: Number 4. The Meatball Sliders, looks pretty good.

Never heard of,  or seen number 7. Cheesy Beef Poutine pizza advertised up here.  But then I don't get pizza from the hut often because two stupid large feast pizzas will run you like 40 bucks delivered,  fark that.

The Canadian hut has smokey bacon pizza - Creamy Alfredo Sauce, maple bacon strips, bacon strips, bacon crumble, sliced mushroom, shredded cheddar and mozzarella.  I'd give this a try minus the alfredo and mushrooms.


Dunno about the poutine pizza, Pizza Hut in S Ontario has this WTF

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Surprising omission
 
2014-07-25 08:20:05 AM
No indonesian thousand Island dressing, tuna fish and corn?

/some places have a very farked up idea of supreme.
//non of those things should grow on pizza.
 
2014-07-25 08:25:47 AM

Iczer: 5. The Big Dipper, Costa Rica

Yes... yes subby... We heathens in the states have never, ever experienced this particular thing... Or the cookie pizza that quite literally says it's in the USA...


I assumed you had pizza slices because you don't know how to use a knife and fork. Is there a secondary purpose of sharing?
 
2014-07-25 08:40:07 AM
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It's like eating a hot circle of garbage.
 
2014-07-25 08:54:09 AM
Gah, I've seen tastier looking medical waste.
 
2014-07-25 08:58:04 AM

Ow! That was my feelings!: robohobo: Arguing about pizza is like arguing about politics. All is settles is that you're a douche with too much time on your hands. Enjoy the goddamned pizza you enjoy.

Thank you.
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when you have a house full of kids on the weekend...like the weekend my 13 year old daughter had 2 friends over, and my 4 year old son's friend was there, 5 of those totinos crackers = about $7 or so, and feeds all those hungry stomachs. it's not high quality pizza, but for the price, it's edible and kinda tasty, and very quick

phrawgh: Warmnight: On the down side, Pizza Hut pizzas have too much grease, one slice or two and your stomach is full.

Au contraire! When it comes to my fond recollection of my favorite greasy assed chain pizza, I can think of no one who can compare to The Godfather. Of course my memories are from the 70's  - but holy hell it was greasy, cheesy, and nasty. I loved it.

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I find myself wanting to re-visit a Godfathers whenever I get to the US but alas, I never seem to be able to get within 200 miles of one.

I'm sure I won't find it as good as I remember it. Much like when I downloaded Space:1999 recently.

/and that gives me teh sad...


when i was a kid for a couple of years we lived in mobile, alabama, and godfathers was pretty much our friday night go-to

we even had a glass decanter we got from there that gave us a free coke refil everytime
 
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