Wednesday, January 23, 2008

totally frozen


Ok, slogan police, let's all agree that if "fresh not frozen" is a slogan, it's a stupid one. And that pizza joints are so well known for their freshness.... Thanks, Disa.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

ok lets just get it out of the way now and say that newcomers should read the FAQ's before commenting on this one.

Sawdust said...

Check out the odd font used for their web address. It's kind of all lowercase, but some letters are bigger than others.

Andi said...

"the thin n crispy pizza base"

Mmm. Pizza base. Sounds delicious.

TheJay said...

If you think they're using dough as slang for money, then I'm sure they do make a bunch in each store daily.

LibraryTypeGirl said...

thejay: That's what I was going to say!

Jeff said...

Why do Australians capitalize (fine, capitalise to you) like that and mess with text size? I'm assuming this is a nationwide issue and not just Pizza Hut's marketing. I do so because I am American and fear other cultures.

I also cannot support and use of "'n" as a substitute for "and".

(on a side note; stylistically, I'm really enjoying the British habit of punctuation after the quotes. Looks much nicer to my eye...)

Caffeine Court said...

I love this blog, what a clever idea. I must admit, I am guilty of using unnecessary quotation marks. I'm "so ashamed!"

Rebecca said...

Hehehe, I agree with.
It's a tupid slogan.