We chose to celebrate Victoria Day as a family by taking it easy, playing some games, and ordering an extra large Pizza for supper, from Pizza Hut.
The taking it easy part was good. The games were even good. But when we got home with the Pizza, well you've got to be kidding me.
It was the $25.00 Pepperoni Lovers Pizza which advertises double the pepperoni and double the cheese. It does not advertise double the crust!
The store we purchase from was:
Pizza Hut Store:
3130 2nd Ave W
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E8
And we know staffing is a growing issue there. But this kind of product ought not to even make it out the door.
It was quite a disappointment to me.
Oh, and the Medium Hawaiian I also purchased turned out to be a small one. My son tells me there are no small pizzas at this Pizza Hut, and that their small is the Medium. To me this seems to try and change the dictionary definition of medium which is:
"That which lies in the middle, or between other things; intervening body or quantity. Hence, specifically:
(a) Middle place or degree; mean.
However, this assumption is apparently my mistake. If their medium is actually small, then I should have ordered the Large, which would be their medium, and so on.
I will own my own mistake.
I simply ask that you or the local Pizza Hut own your mistake. Please either refund me $25.00 or grant me some manner of certificate towards another Extra Large Pepperoni Lovers Pizza, and we'll try again.
I have included a graphic image of said pizza. Please be warned, it will cause immediate upset to anyone who is a pizza lover. View with caution.
Yours, (still, but hanging on by a cheese string...)
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