Happy Happy Pizza! You let me down, Big Poppa... 
Happy Happy Pizza!

smilies eating pizza

Mystery Pizza Faces from Asia!Mystery Pizza Faces from Asia!
Who are they? Where did they come from? A messed-up e-mail and the word Pizza Express are the only clues.

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Meat Mouth
This baked ziti in a pizza bowl crust hails from Tucson, Arizona. The chefs got creative with putting the doggie bag together and this was the result!

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A Happy Papa John's

A Big Shout-out to Papa John's!

This may not be an official "Happy Happy Pizza", since no-one sent this in, but I soon as I saw the flyer I knew I had to scan this in and post it. Behold the glory of the Papa John's smiling pizza!

Now before I continue I should point out that this site is not sponsored by Papa John's and noone has paid me to post this. But c'mon.... a smiling pizza grinning back at me from my kitchen counter... I couldn't resist...

Now with that said I'm going to have to critique this pizza and give it a measly 1/10. You see, although I can appreciate the marketing genius behind putting a smile on a pizza, this one is very misleading since it is nothing more than a face Photoshopped onto a normal cheese pizza. I mean, with the options they have for kid's pizzas you couldn't even make this face!

Just imagine the gloomy look on your child's face when they rush to the door, smiley-face flyer clutched in their little hands just waiting for the box to open only to discover to their horror and dismay that they are only getting a plain-jane run-of-the-mill Papa John's kids pizza. No mushroom nose. No green pepper eyebrows. No smile. I mean, there's like a 99% chance your child will be scarred for life and develop some kind of pizza phobia...

Do you really want the guilt of that on your conscience? Of course not!

So my mission to those of you considering taking up Papa John's on their "Kids eat free!" promotion is to be sure to request that your kids pizza has a smiley face on it. And even better, send the pictures to us!
This discovery is courtesy of The Big Cheese

A Quick Slice Rhode Island's strip pizza, commonly sold in bakeries, consists of thick, chewy dough and is topped with a very thick tomato sauce. It has a minimal amount of cheese and is served cold. It is usually (but not always) wrapped in individual strips (hence the name). This style also is sometimes called "bakery pizza." A similar product is made in bakeries in Italy.

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