Pizza Hut’s Evil Genius

  • thatirishbast...

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    Apr 07, 2013 6:33 PM GMT
    Shawnathan saidI set foot in pizza hut once, but that was in the 90's when they were still prominent in Canada. I used to argue almost non-stop with my little sister, and to make her feel inferior. It wasn't fair, but it's what big brothers are supposed to do.

    There was an ice cream bar near where we lived and we used to go there regularly in the summer for their soft serve ice cream. They're still famous for their soft serve ice cream. That and their lobster rolls. Lobster is a big thing in PEI. We eat a lot of it. I can't remember the first time I had lobster, but I do remember that my favourite food was Cod au gratin when I was little. My mother made Cod au gratin for my birthday every year until she deserted us, but one year she dropped a piece on my leg and burnt me, which I didn't like.

    My birthdays have always been like that - I have had some fun on my birthdays, but they mostly leave me feeling burnt. This past birthday was fun at the time, but then the guy I was with broke up two weeks later. He gave me a TV for my birthday and I still hate him for it.

    I don't really watch that much TV, but I do like to watch shows like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, oh and the Newsroom. The Newsroom is my favourite show right now, and I can't wait for the new season to start. The only thing I didn't like about the Newsroom was the way that they glorified the killing of Osama Bin Laden, which I just can't understand, but I guess that's part of being a Canadian.

    Canadian values are somewhat different than American values. We also like to eat maple syrup on our pancakes. You might have seen in the WOYM thread that I ate pancakes for breakfast today.

    I really like pancakes, because my dad made them every sunday morning. I really like breakfast in general. In fact, I love breakfast and I love cooking it for people. I also like to make other foods, but making breakfast seems very loving. I like waffles better than pancakes, but I don't have a very good waffle iron. I know that Trolli likes waffles too, because I've seen him eat a stack of four in one sitting.

    Maybe he can make waffles for me when we get married. You see, gay marriage is legal in Canada. It hasn't always been that way, but it has been since the early 00's so it feels like forever, because I'm pretty young. I'm only 25 you know.

    I really like these forums partly because I get to read about what it was like when all you old farts were young. Sometimes the stories go on too long and sometimes they don't make any sense. Worst of all, sometimes they make us young guys feel guilty that we don't need to fight for our rights in the same way that you guys did.

    It's possible to convey your message without making it feel like you're saying, 'you think that's bad? well, back in my day ...' The fact of the matter is that we're not back in your day - this is today and tomorrow is tomorrow. Stop being so hurt by what happened yesterday and make tomorrow better than today.

    Well, I guess that's all I have to say about Pizza Hut. I don't really remember what it tasted like, but I'm sure that I've had better.


    It isn't possible to express how much I want to marry you and your delicious pancakes right now.
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:34 PM GMT
    turbobilly said
    Back in high school, a friend and I stole a bottle of sacramental wine from the high school chapel and chugged it in an alcove of the school. Damn, that was some good shit!!!

    I confess... as an altar boy I swigged some sacramental wine from the sacristy refrigerator. I may have denied it previously, but I did it. Just a little swig, but hated it, the red wine tasted like vinegar to me. I didn't drink red wine again until almost my 50s.

    It was the only wine I could try as a boy, my parents kept none at home. Just my Father's spirits he never drank, unopened holiday gifts from his male friends, no way I could touch those, still in their presentation wrapping. When he died in 1997 when I was 48 many of them were still unopened. Don't know if that made them more valuable or spoiled, all kinds of scotch, whiskey, brandy & such, but my sister & I tossed them all out.
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:44 PM GMT
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:45 PM GMT
    riddler78 saidhttp://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/04/04/pizza-hut-s-evil-genius.html

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    Wow...who in their right mind would eat such a thing? It's repulsive to look at.
    (And no, not because of the meat on it)
    You would have to be someone that does not give a shit about what they put into their bodies! Or care about how they feel and look!

    What kind of mind would tell its body that they should eat that garbage? I just don't get it. Have a little self respect. icon_eek.gif

    I have NEVER set foot, (which by the way IS the correct usage.), in one of these types of "fast food" places before. I could only imagine the rank smell of grease that must permeate the building!

    Tristan
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:47 PM GMT
    Coach_Mike saidI like that Pizza Hut will take a Papa John's coupon.


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    Apr 07, 2013 6:50 PM GMT
    ART_DECO said
    turbobilly said
    Back in high school, a friend and I stole a bottle of sacramental wine from the high school chapel and chugged it in an alcove of the school. Damn, that was some good shit!!!

    I confess... as an altar boy I swigged some sacramental wine from the sacristy refrigerator. I may have denied it previously, but I did it. Just a little swig, but hated it, the red wine tasted like vinegar to me. I didn't drink red wine again until almost my 50s.

    It was the only wine I could try as a boy, my parents kept none at home. Just my Father's spirits he never drank, unopened holiday gifts from his male friends, no way I could touch those, still in their presentation wrapping. When he died in 1997 when I was 48 many of them were still unopened. Don't know if that made them more valuable or spoiled, all kinds of scotch, whiskey, brandy & such, but my sister & I tossed them all out.


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    Apr 07, 2013 6:52 PM GMT
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    I fail to see how a picture of yourself is relevant to this discussion. Or do you mean you're taking a sip to make things easier? icon_question.gif

    You fail to see the relevance of this "discussion" because you're too busy having a cat-fight about English grammar in a f***ing Pizza Hut thread! Hollywood can't make this shit up! FTW!

    I understood the relevance completely. It was YOU who failed to see the mock I was playing on you.

    You know, for a former military guy, someone I am predisposed to admire, like and defend, you sure give me a lot of crap. I would cover your own side - I wonder why you can't extend me the same courtesy?

    But I can reply in kind, just like to some of these other guys here. Who first attack me, and then, like hypocritical cowards when I return the favor, cry: "You're attacking me! You're so mean!"

    There's nothing so wimpy as a gay bully. I hope you're not one of those. Indeed, I can't believe you could be, not retired Army. You wanna attack me, fine. But I'd rather have you as a brother veteran. Please e-mail me to tell me what I can do to amend this rift.
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:55 PM GMT
    Jesus Allah Buddha...

    It's not "step foot" it is, indeed, "set foot".

    Just because it's been used for centuries doesn't make it grammatically correct.

    The etymology of "step foot" is an idiomatic error that has been confused with "set foot" just like "chester drawers" is often confused with "chest of drawers" and other grammatically incorrect sayings.
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:55 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    coolarmydude said
    ART_DECO said
    I fail to see how a picture of yourself is relevant to this discussion. Or do you mean you're taking a sip to make things easier? icon_question.gif


    You fail to see the relevance of this "discussion" because you're too busy having a cat-fight about English grammar in a f***ing Pizza Hut thread! Hollywood can't make this shit up! FTW!


    Kolonel Krazy has mental issues. Haven't you realized that yet?


    Seriously? icon_eek.gif

    You are a traitorous, hypocritical, Gay republican. And YOU are saying that someone has mental issues?

    Oh please, go crawl back under the rock with the rest of your conserva-posse scum! icon_idea.gif

    Tristan
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:55 PM GMT
    ART_DECO said
    coolarmydude said
    ART_DECO said
    I fail to see how a picture of yourself is relevant to this discussion. Or do you mean you're taking a sip to make things easier? icon_question.gif

    You fail to see the relevance of this "discussion" because you're too busy having a cat-fight about English grammar in a f***ing Pizza Hut thread! Hollywood can't make this shit up! FTW!

    I understood the relevance completely. It was YOU who failed to see the mock I was playing on you.

    You know, for a former military guy, someone I am predisposed to admire, like and defend, you sure give me a lot of crap. I would cover your own side - I wonder why you can't extend me the same courtesy?

    But I can reply in kind, just like to some of these other guys here. Who first attack me, and then, like hypocritical cowards when I return the favor, cry: "You're attacking me! You're so mean!"

    There's nothing so wimpy as a gay bully. I hope you're not one of those. Indeed, I can't believe you could be, not retired Army. You wanna attack me, fine. But I'd rather have you as a brother veteran. Please e-mail me to tell me what I can do to amend this rift.


    Says the guy who condescends another Soldier (me) in the forums because he (you) is so highly ranked, anyone lower ranking (me) couldn't possibly know what they are talking about. I already brought this to your attention (it was a time ago) and you never apologized for it. And don't start now, the absence of one already burned that bridge.

    You are so damn full of yourself. I don't want an apology from you because somehow you'd turn it into some kind of self-praise moment for yourself where you would attempt to solicit so many people to see that you can actually apologize.
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:57 PM GMT


    Hold up, bro! I'm bulking!

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    Seriously, is she opening up a bottle of salad dressing for that pizza? It doesn't have enough taste, salt and fat for ya?
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:59 PM GMT
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    Hold up, bro! I'm bulking!

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    Seriously, is she opening up a bottle of salad dressing for that pizza? It doesn't have enough taste, salt and fat for ya?


    wtf!
    NO.... no no no no no! that's so disgusting lol
    and ya she's gonna dip that there pizza in some good ol' fashion' ranch! yeehaw that's fatty
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    Apr 07, 2013 6:59 PM GMT
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    riddler78 saidhttp://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/04/04/pizza-hut-s-evil-genius.html

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    Wow...who in their right mind would eat such a thing? It's repulsive to look at.
    (And no, not because of the meat on it)
    You would have to be someone that does not give a shit about what they put into their bodies! Or care about how they feel and look!

    What kind of mind would tell its body that they should eat that garbage? I just don't get it. Have a little self respect. icon_eek.gif

    I have NEVER set foot, (which by the way IS the correct usage.), in one of these types of "fast food" places before. I could only imagine the rank smell of grease that must permeate the building!

    Tristan


    yes, back to topic... I agree that shit looks nasty.

    Pizza Hut's true evil genius (along w other multinational fast food chains) lies in making huge profits on selling garbage food that basically addicts and kills people slowly.
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    Apr 07, 2013 7:00 PM GMT
    He_Man said

    Hold up, bro! I'm bulking!

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    Seriously, is she opening up a bottle of salad dressing for that pizza? It doesn't have enough taste, salt and fat for ya?
    WTF shes opening a bottle of Ranch Dressing....EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
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    Apr 07, 2013 7:01 PM GMT
    Where I live - people will dip anything in ranch dressing - including pizza. It's disgusting.

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    Apr 07, 2013 7:03 PM GMT
    TheQuest saidWhere I live - people will dip anything in ranch dressing - including pizza. It's disgusting.



    .....but not before they batter and deep fry it perhaps icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 07, 2013 7:04 PM GMT
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    There's nothing so wimpy as a gay bully.


    YOU. ARE. THAT. GAY. BULLY.
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    TheQuest saidWhere I live - people will dip anything in ranch dressing - including pizza. It's disgusting.



    .....after they batter and deep fry it perhaps icon_lol.gif


    Unfortunately, yes.

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    Apr 07, 2013 7:06 PM GMT
    Shawnathan saidI set foot in pizza hut once, but that was in the 90's when they were still prominent in Canada. I used to argue almost non-stop with my little sister, and to make her feel inferior. It wasn't fair, but it's what big brothers are supposed to do.

    There was an ice cream bar near where we lived and we used to go there regularly in the summer for their soft serve ice cream. They're still famous for their soft serve ice cream. That and their lobster rolls. Lobster is a big thing in PEI. We eat a lot of it. I can't remember the first time I had lobster, but I do remember that my favourite food was Cod au gratin when I was little. My mother made Cod au gratin for my birthday every year until she deserted us, but one year she dropped a piece on my leg and burnt me, which I didn't like.

    My birthdays have always been like that - I have had some fun on my birthdays, but they mostly leave me feeling burnt. This past birthday was fun at the time, but then the guy I was with broke up two weeks later. He gave me a TV for my birthday and I still hate him for it.

    I don't really watch that much TV, but I do like to watch shows like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, oh and the Newsroom. The Newsroom is my favourite show right now, and I can't wait for the new season to start. The only thing I didn't like about the Newsroom was the way that they glorified the killing of Osama Bin Laden, which I just can't understand, but I guess that's part of being a Canadian.

    Canadian values are somewhat different than American values. We also like to eat maple syrup on our pancakes. You might have seen in the WOYM thread that I ate pancakes for breakfast today.

    I really like pancakes, because my dad made them every sunday morning. I really like breakfast in general. In fact, I love breakfast and I love cooking it for people. I also like to make other foods, but making breakfast seems very loving. I like waffles better than pancakes, but I don't have a very good waffle iron. I know that Trolli likes waffles too, because I've seen him eat a stack of four in one sitting.

    Maybe he can make waffles for me when we get married. You see, gay marriage is legal in Canada. It hasn't always been that way, but it has been since the early 00's so it feels like forever, because I'm pretty young. I'm only 25 you know.

    I really like these forums partly because I get to read about what it was like when all you old farts were young. Sometimes the stories go on too long and sometimes they don't make any sense. Worst of all, sometimes they make us young guys feel guilty that we don't need to fight for our rights in the same way that you guys did.

    It's possible to convey your message without making it feel like you're saying, 'you think that's bad? well, back in my day ...' The fact of the matter is that we're not back in your day - this is today and tomorrow is tomorrow. Stop being so hurt by what happened yesterday and make tomorrow better than today.

    Well, I guess that's all I have to say about Pizza Hut. I don't really remember what it tasted like, but I'm sure that I've had better.

    Take me now. My body is ready.
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    Apr 07, 2013 7:08 PM GMT
    TheQuest saidWhere I live - people will dip anything in ranch dressing - including pizza. It's disgusting.

    I used to do that in middle school. Nearly everyone did icon_eek.gif
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    Apr 07, 2013 7:09 PM GMT
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    There's nothing so wimpy as a gay bully.


    YOU. ARE. THAT. GAY. BULLY.


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    turbobilly said
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    Back in high school, a friend and I stole a bottle of sacramental wine from the high school chapel and chugged it in an alcove of the school. Damn, that was some good shit!!!

    I confess... as an altar boy I swigged some sacramental wine from the sacristy refrigerator. I may have denied it previously, but I did it. Just a little swig, but hated it, the red wine tasted like vinegar to me. I didn't drink red wine again until almost my 50s.

    It was the only wine I could try as a boy, my parents kept none at home. Just my Father's spirits he never drank, unopened holiday gifts from his male friends, no way I could touch those, still in their presentation wrapping. When he died in 1997 when I was 48 many of them were still unopened. Don't know if that made them more valuable or spoiled, all kinds of scotch, whiskey, brandy & such, but my sister & I tossed them all out.

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    Shocked in what way? That we tossed out dozens of bottles? Neither my sister or I drank that stuff, nor trusted such old stock. Or shocked that my Father never drank it?

    My parents rarely drank, never at home but mostly when eating out, before-dinner cocktails (my Dad called them highballs). I never once saw them drunk. And never in their entire lives did I ever drink in their presence.

    I guess I always thought of myself as their little boy, even after I was a father myself and had retired from the Army, I still wouldn't do anything to upset that image. I often get libeled here for being an alcoholic, by those who don't like my comments.

    But the truth is I drink much like my late parents: socially, in company, almost never alone. And with some typical youthful exceptions (and they were indeed epic!), never to drunken excess. Anyone who knows how meticulously I control myself in most things would have no trouble believing that.
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    Apr 07, 2013 7:11 PM GMT
    TheQuest said
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    TheQuest saidWhere I live - people will dip anything in ranch dressing - including pizza. It's disgusting.



    .....after they batter and deep fry it perhaps icon_lol.gif


    Unfortunately, yes.

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    Apr 07, 2013 7:13 PM GMT
    @ArtDeco- Why do you go into such detail when writing responses? I mean I think I speak for RJ, in that, we do not care about all those details. icon_neutral.gif