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Ordering a pizza used to be an arduous process of picking up a phone, dialing said phone, and then speaking to another human. Then came apps, that take nothing more than a push of a button… but that became boring and isn’t footwear.
Thankfully, there’s now Pie Tops [ugh]. The Pizza Hut-branded sneakers could not only help improve your sad hoops game, but at the push of a button on the footwear’s tongue, you can order a pizza. The button works via Bluetooth and in tandem with an app that stores your default order.
So, once you’re done getting schooled on the court, you can simply reach over, give your sneaker a squeeze, and treat the team to a pie. No mention yet if the Pie Tops will be available for a mass release, but a few are being offered to help celebrate Pizza Hut’s 1st anniversary as the official pizza of the NCAA.
Do you love pizza? Enough to make it your one and only forever and ever? One woman was willing to commit to a pizza pie for life, and participated in an awesome photo shoot with her love.
The photos are brought to us by photographer Marcy Harris. The story behind the photos is that the ‘bride’ got a hold of her grandmother’s wedding dress and thought it would be fun to ‘marry’ a pizza. The Pizza Groom wore a bow-tie and there’s even a Ring Pop wedding ring — so you know it’s legit.
Are you looking for a pizza that goes above and beyond the average sauce and cheese? Do you have two-thousand dollars burning a hole in your pocket? Are you an intolerable douche? Then here’s the pizza for you.
NYC’s Industry Kitchen has a $2000 Pizza on the menu. What does a two-grand pizza get ya? A squid ink dough, topped with Stilton cheese, foie gras, caviar and edible 24k gold leaf. The pizza needs to be ordered 48 hours in advance, so plan ahead, douche.
As an adult, our dream is to be able to eat pizza at home in a onesie, without a napkin in sight. Domino’s is making our dreams come true with a totally-wipeable and pizza-themed Adult Onesie.
The loungewear was made available in the U.K., and inspired by New Year’s Day, their biggest pizza-consuming day of the year. Although, we can’t help but think that it would’ve been easier to print a giant pizza on them for camouflage, rather than using that fancy sauce-repelling fabric.