If you feel like your pizza never has enough cheese and toppings, it’s time to experience the majesty of the double-sided pizza. Read more...
LeBron James is leaving McDonald’s. Reported by CNBC October 8, Choosing not to renew his endorsement contract with McDonald’s, LeBron instead is trading from burgers to the hot pizza trend by joining Pasadena-based Blaze Pizza in their advertising campaign. Show More Summary
Remember pizza rat, the subway rodent who wasn’t going to let the trampling feet of commuters get between him and a whole pizza slice? Well, there’s already a sequel of sorts to last month’s viral hit. I’m calling it “Pizza Rat 2: Battle For The Last Slice” and I have a hunch that the videographer didn’t…
#PizzaRat is back, y'all — and this time, it's a personal pan! We got a kick out of the original Pizza Rat viral video, which featured a rat dragging a piece of pizza down the steps of a New York City subway station. Now, it looks like other rodents in the Big Apple want a taste of [...]
Pizza Rat II: The Sequel! In this latest episode, Pizza Rat tries to make off with another slice, but is ambushed on the way to his train! Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Rats It's Friday
You might not be the kind of person who sees vaginas everywhere you look, but if you were looking at a frozen sports-themed Morrisons pizza, how could you avoid it? That pepperoni tunnel of love in the center is supposed to be a rugby ball. Show More Summary
Another week, another development in the ongoing saga of the notorious Pizza Rat here in New York. Today, New York Magazine reports that rats across the city are now vying for our measly online attention spans by fighting over delicious dollar slices in the Subway… I win today, interwebs. #subwayrat #teampizza #pizzarat #pizzaparty A video […]
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When pizza rat became the voice of a generation after he valiantly tried to save a slice of abandoned cheese pizza from a subway staircase before realizing it was too hard and ran away, hungry and alone, the internet had its requisite fun. It seemed like the joke had died... More »
If you thought one rat dragging a slice of pizza around the streets of New York City was fun, wait until you watch this video of two rats fighting over a slice on the subway tracks. Don't ever change, New York. Don't ever change.
Less than a year after he disparaged McDonald's food in a moment of unexpected candor, NBA star LeBron James has split from the burger giant and signed an endorsement deal with Blaze Pizza. James, 30, inked a deal with McDonald's in 2010 but hasn't appeared in any of its ads since he told reporters...
Two rats, one slice of cold pizza and a gripping fight for the title of reigning pizza rat champion. That was the scene down on the tracks of a New York subway station on Thursday night, where Instagram user Jonathen Liu captured the showdown. See also: Rat carrying pizza slice will teach you what it means to have a dream I win today, interwebs. Show More Summary
If you've been on the Internet recently (and you have), you know about Pizza Rat. The short video of a plucky little rat carrying an entire slice of cheese pizza down the steps of the New York City Subway has taken the world by storm. Show More Summary
Lebron James has decided to go “All In” with Blaze Pizza. He’s going to be their spokesperson, which is a huge deal for Blaze Pizza, a franchise operation that Lebron James has been involved with for awhile. As I reported last year,...Show More Summary
“Pussy pizza” partially begins to describe what happened to the British supermarket chain Morrisons recently. In an innocent celebration of the World Rugby Cup, the grocery store put pepperoni vaginas rugby balls on their pizzas. This may have made them more or less tasty depending on what you’re into. This suggestively topped pizzas have been available since as early…
The struggle continues
When shocking video surfaced last month depicting a rat dragging a slice of pizza down the subway steps, everyone agreed: this rat is just like us, desperately trying to consume just one more scrap of detritus, whether it be a subpar dollar slice or a diverting piece of viral content on the Internet. Show More Summary
LONDON — When well-known brands go off-grid and decide to do something a bit creative it often captures the public's attention — but not always for the right reasons. See also: A Marks & Spencer ad is getting attention for all the wrong...Show More Summary
There was a time when Pizza Huts had tablecloths, cold beer, and distinctive red roofs. Those restaurants are largely gone, but the buildings remain... The post The Fascinating Afterlives of Defunct Pizza Hut Buildings appeared first on WIRED.