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Pizza Hut UK, ViaNo, seriously. Can you?
Well, I will try it atleast once, can't say I hate it till I try it.
Looks like a menu item for the Ballpark at Arlington.
It better be a "free" mustard drizzle. Otherwise who would buy it?
We were talking about this today on FB.
Someone suggested bratwurst or spicy Italian sausage. I suggested a 38" ring of unbroken, seamless frankfurter.
Clearly that is a sign of the end times. Repent!
Uh huh. looks about as tasty as the "Broomstick", too.
I can see people around here eating that sh+t....it's too creative for the Ballpark. The extent of creativity out yonder is a 15 foot hot dog, and nacho's that burn yer fingertips. Eat before you go, and you'll have enough money for college.
Why "drizzle", I wonder...
I remember reading a menu in a cafe by York Minster... they charged extra for mayo on their sandwiches. It's all in what you're used to, I guess.
Yes. YES. I wonder if making it is like the process of inserting a tent pole
Welcome to the Ballpark?