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Pizza Hut Offered Tater Tot-Crust Pizza and Things May Never Be the Same

Pizza Hut Offered Tater Tot-Crust Pizza and Things May Never Be the Same


Pizza Hut is now offering a Hash Bites Crust Pizza at its New Zealand restaurants

Tater Tots Pizza: the carb-loading, late-night decision of doom.

Pizza Hut has an adamant affinity for putting strange ingredients in and on its crusts.Remember hot dog crust, cheeseburger-stuffed crust, and the marmite crust available only for lucky New Zealanders? Well, the New Zealand Pizza Hut has yet another wacky carb invention: tater tot crust pizza.

The Hash Bites Crust pizza was offered as a limited-time promotion at New Zealand locations for the past couple of months, but the offer (unfortunately) just ended, at least according to Brand Eating. But according to Pizza Hut’s website, the Hash Bites are still available as a Meal Deal.

The specialty pizza was not topped with tater tots, but rather it seemed that the crust was embedded with the iconic breakfast potato hash before being cooked.

@ryantologist nz pizza hut has tater tot crust pic.twitter.com/Vw2CAZXrYU

— W (@formerlyfrozen) December 21, 2015

In case you’re living in New Zealand and are worried about a possible missed opportunity, according to Brand Eating, the Cheeseburger Bites pizza just came back, so perhaps the tater tot pizza will make a comeback as well.

Another invention coming to Pizza Hut in the good ol’ US of A is stuffed garlic knots crust pizza: same concept, but with more cheese and less fried potatoes.


Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Copyright ©2001-2015 Web Wiz Ltd.


Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

Topic Search Topic Options

Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Revolutionary

Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

Revolutionary

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

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If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

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I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

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Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

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I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

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I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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Pizza Hut copies Little Ceasars deep dish pizza

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Same cresendo, same big drum pounding, same conductor, same 'cheese in the crust' line. This is sad. If copying almost exactly what other guy is doing in foresaking uniqueness and individuality is the way to go, I want NO part of it!

Not only cars are looking the same now our commercials are looking the same!

Okay it's not a complete ripoff the pizza is circular and it has cheesey bites. That's the only difference!

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A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

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My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

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My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.

Junior Executive

A lot of dine-in Pizza Huts in our area have just closed down.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

If Pizza Hut keep this sh*t up. they'll be gone!

The only Pizza Hut that has the full hut that I know of is one on the Cleveland/Lakewood Border.

I think part of the reason PH doesn't do dine in anymore is because of places like CiCi's.

There's one nearby me that still has dine in. Lunch buffet, too.

I used to love going into Pizza Hut for lunch. I liked the red brick, dark wood colors and dim lighting. That combo feels cozy. Everything in fast food joints nowadays is bright neon pastel Formica, glass and chrome with lights blaring at you so bright they're you feel like you're in a hospital.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna go to that PH buffet.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Junior Executive

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

Junior Executive

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I don't understand why these places don't come up with their own ideas. Why do they wait for one place to come up with an idea before deciding to do it themselves? Makes no sense to me.

Wendy's came out with the "4 for $4" meal and now every fast food place is doing something similar. Why did they all wait for Wendy's to do it first?

I don't think it's a matter of "waiting". Sometimes a person (or in this case a company) comes up with an untried idea that turns out to be successful. Then, after everyone sees how successful it is, they all jump on the bandwagon. It's called competition. That's the way all popular things get started. One person or group has an idea, they try it, it works then everyone else starts doing it.

Don't see what the big "mystery" is.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

Honor Roll

I'm no glutton for gluten, but I ain't a'feared of it neither.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Revolutionary

Honor Roll

I would imagine Lays came out with the first flavored tater chips.

As for diet soda, per Wiki:

The beginning of the diet drink or refreshment era was in 1952, when Kirsch Bottling in Brooklyn, New York launched a sugar-free ginger ale called No-Cal. It was designed for diabetics, not dieters, and distribution remained local. Royal Crown Cola placed an announcement in an Atlanta newspaper in 1958 announcing a diet product, Diet Rite. In 1962, Dr Pepper released a diet(etic) version of its soft drink, although it sold slowly due to the misconception that it was meant solely for diabetic consumption. In 1963, The Coca-Cola Company joined the diet soft drink market with Tab, which proved to be a huge success. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin.

I remember when Tab first came out, they were great. Couldn't tell it was diet. Then, the South Florida sugar industry paid for a study that found the artificial sweetener they used supposedly"caused cancer" and they got it banned. From then on out, they had to use saccharin which as we know, tastes like crap.

Cherry Cokes were a fountain favorite back in the 40's and 50's. I used to get them at the snack bar of the dept store where my mom worked. They did chocolate Comes, too.

And I believe Pizza Hut started the first pizza chain in Witchita Kansas back in the late 50's.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

CiCi's is a dine in restaurant and they are always packed. Why? Because they are an all you can eat buffet. That is what people really want. Plus, you don't have to tip a server at CiCi's.

If they're just going to eat one pizza, people would rather just have it delivered to their house.

I think those two things. pizza buffets and home delivery are what killed Pizza Hut's dine-in business, not people's desire to rush in and out.

Re: the Pizza Head commercials, before you posted that video, I had never seen even one of those ads. I had never even heard of Pizza Head.

Cute ads and kinda funny, but they're a total "Mr Bill" ripoff.

Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

Honor Roll

I think that's what Pizza Hut did with Pizza Head. have it be more of a child-friendly Mr. Bill.

I think PH started doing delivery to keep up with Domino's, who I think kind of started the home delivery craze.

I worked for PH back in the late 70's and there was no such thing as home pizza delivery back then.

. the ads take aim and lay their claim to the heart and the soul of the spender
Jackson Browne - The Pretender

C'mon, man!
Joe Biden - 46th President of the United States

Junior Executive

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