Maybe it's along the lines of "chicken fried chicken"; they know it sounds a bit silly if you think about it too long, so they added quotes to make it better.
If they added a comma, it would be kind of like, "Bond, James Bond."
LOL Darcy. But per Bethany's explanation, shouldn't it be hyphenated?
toep, my explanation kind of sucks, hence the open plea for help.
"Pizza Parlor" pizza: Not a pizza parlor, but producing that quality of pizza."Pizza Parlor Pizza": Not pizza, either, although it tastes like it.
I think it might be along the lines of their place being too small... I believe that is pizza from the counter inside of a Winco grocery store!
Rolands suggestions notwithstanding, it is a pizza sandwich: pizza/parlor/pizza (a slab of 'parlor' between two slices of pizza)WV: edishlos, what satisfied customers say when complimenting the pizza sandwich.
Maybe it's DiGiorno :)
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