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The Triforce Of Pizza!

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British pizza fan, Dan May, responded to a contest tweet from his phone company about getting free delivery. When they didn’t respond, he tweeted again and threatened to jump ship to the competition. Suddenly, the two companies were fighting over Dan and it snowballed into free pizza for a year!

Check out the amazing Twitter customer service battle after the break.

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Thank God for crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter. Without them, who would supply us with the pepperoni pizza thongs we crave? This is progress people.

Check out the project video after the break…

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Phillip Figueroa loves pizza and Star Wars so he made this Domino’s pizza box stormtrooper armor for a fashion show. Then Domino’s caught wind of it. According to their press release:

“When I saw the artwork on Instagram, I knew we had to have it,” said Amanda Platt, Domino’s spokesperson. “It’s not everyday you see our brand combined with one of Hollywood’s most iconic series. We’re very excited to display this expression of Domino’s fandom at our headquarters.”

See Also: I Guess Beer Companies Aren’t Star Wars Fans Like Domino’s ‘Cause These Guys Didn’t Get Squat

Figueroa is very happy that he was able to create a piece of artwork that blends two huge franchises and puts the spotlight on recycling. It will be on display at Domino’s World Resource Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

(via Comic Book Resources)

Boba Fett: Pizza Hunter

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Pizza is the most wanted food in the galaxy, so there’s only one slicer for the job (well, maybe two). The Boba Fett pizza slicer. It even has sound effects!

Product Page ($14.99)

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Our nation’s standards for healthy school meals aren’t exactly the greatest, which is why this parody video by Funny or Die and the American Heart Association really hits home.

During the video, Nick Offerman gives us a tour of his fast food farm, where he harvests a wide assortment of sun-kissed pizzas, taquitos and fish sticks.

Humor aside, the video’s purpose is to help to spread awareness about the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, which aims improve nutrition standards for school meals.

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Pizza is delicious and, as it turns out, buoyant. I couldn’t help but picture the pizza pool float being used in that famous plank scene from Titanic. At 72″ there’s no doubt that this pizza could have saved Jack.

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Last week it was fried chicken pizza, but at least that integrated pizza flavor into fried chicken. Chizza is just a slab of fried chicken with sauce and cheese on top.

We get it KFC, you want to replace bread with fried chicken. How stupid and fat do you think we are?

Don’t answer that.

The KFChizza first appeared on the Twitter account of KFC Philippines and is expected to get a test run in Asia before expanding to other markets.

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You can’t fault KFC Hong Kong for attempting to combine two of the world’s favorite foods, pizza and fried chicken, into one insane product. But they were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should.

Details on the “Napoli Crispy Pizza Chicken” are scarce, but I’m sure it would run amok on your taste buds.

Check out the full ad after the break…

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We’ve previously featured Ivan Owen of MechMadnessDesigns for his crazy cereal-eating machine. This time he had a little fun at the expense of the local pizza delivery guy.

Owen and his daughter built air-powered musical stairs with pressure plates and antique organ pipes. They look just like normal stairs, but when you step on them it’s a musical medley that caught the delivery guy by surprise.

See the video after the break.

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