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    Thursday, May 08, 2008

    Not Worth 23 Cents to Me

    No, I won't be lining up for a 23 cent pizza.   I bet they charge extra for the garlic dipping sauce -- which is the only way I could eat it anyway.
    You can make just about anything taste good if you pour enough garlic flavored grease on it.
    Last time I ate Papa John's pizza, I woke up in the middle of the night and, to put it delicately, I was in distress. 
    Now, that might make for an amusing t-shirt. 

    Comments on "Not Worth 23 Cents to Me"


    Blogger Kat said ... (1:51 PM, May 08, 2008) : 

    We thought about it... but then Shelle passed Papa Johns. The line was over a block long, and police had to direct traffic. It tool her awhile just to get by the place... But we ARE in PARMA!

    No pizza for me. Uhm, I will probably try later! Ha ha


    Blogger Kathleen said ... (2:16 PM, May 08, 2008) : 

    There is a certain day in early September, the Chipotle on campus gives away free burritos. You should see that line!


    Blogger Audient said ... (4:26 PM, May 08, 2008) : 

    I'd be all about a free burrito from Chipotle. I'd bring a book and get in line for that, maybe. reports that some PJ locations are running out of pizza. I'm waiting to see if anyone burns down a pizzeria after waiting in line for 90 minutes and then getting turned away.


    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:54 PM, May 08, 2008) : 

    Yeah, that garlic grease is really the best part of that chain's pizza!

    Aren't we the #1 pizza city in the nation coupled with top ten poorest? No wonder we're seeing lines.


    Blogger derek said ... (10:49 PM, May 08, 2008) : was sad to see people waiting in line for that tripe. As the post on BFD can attest, there are many tastier local options.


    Blogger Audient said ... (7:08 AM, May 09, 2008) : 

    I drove by the University Heights Papa John's last night around 8pm, and there was still a very long line snaking through the parking lot.


    Blogger Christine said ... (9:09 AM, May 09, 2008) : 

    I wonder if 23-cent pizza day had a positive effect on other pizza places. I heard numerous people yesterday say things like, "No way I'm going to stand in line -- I'm just going over to [insert other pizza place name here] and pay full price and be out in 5 minutes." I mean, not all of these people could possibly have woken up intending to get a pizza that night....

    I ended up just making a pizza from scratch. Taking into account the time spent kneading dough and waiting for dough to rise, start to finish, the process was 1 hour and 10 minutes.


    Blogger Mr. Bebout said ... (10:21 AM, May 09, 2008) : 

    I think free is only a bargin if it is something you would pay for. I would not buy their pizza under normal circumstance and would not wait in a a line out the door for one and I certainly would not fight with cops for one.


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