Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs wrapped in an HTML shell and served with immature writing.

I would like Pizza Hut to promote a pizza with a gigantic pepperoni covering the entire top of it and call it the Xtreme Pepperoni Lovers Pizza. Then Pizza Hut should tell the public that it’s coming out soon. Meanwhile, Domino’s will come up with their own version of it called Really Big Pepperoni Pizza and start selling it before Pizza Hut does. But after Domino’s starts selling it, Pizza Hut will say, “Psyche! We tricked you good. That’s a stupid idea. We made all that shit up. We’re just getting back at you for copying us with your BreadBowl Pastas.” (via We Rate Stuff)

I’ve never had a fresh White Castle Slyder or a Krystal hamburger. Instead I have to settle for eating it vicariously through someone else. (via Grub Grade)

I’ve got a beard, monocle and top hat, but I don’t enjoy tobacco products. I guess I have to settle for pipes made from licorice in order to look distinguished. (via Candy Blog)

People in Japan LOVE TO SMOKE, but kids aren’t allowed to smoke. So why not let them get some practice with chocolate that looks like cigarettes? (via Japanese Snack Reviews)

A tobacco and nicotine-free cigarette is like an O’Douls. (via Everyview)

5 thoughts to “THE WEEK IN REVIEWS – 5/2/2009”

  1. “I would like Pizza Hut to promote a pizza with a gigantic pepperoni covering the entire top of it and call it the Xtreme Pepperoni Lovers Pizza.” – I may have to try that 😛

  2. lmao at that photoshop. unless that’s a super tiny pizza with a normal sized pepperoni on it.

  3. Actually, there used to be chocolate cigarettes like these at the convenience store on the corner of our street (in Québec) when I was about…8. The chocolate was sooooo bad, I never bought that stuff a second time. Looking back, I can’t believe my mom let me buy that stuff in the first place.

  4. I used to get them as a kid in Italy but of course never developed the need to smoke cigarettes. Having parents that know what they are doing is all it takes to keep children from being dumb asses. The chocolate was cheap though and you could feel the sugar granules between your teeth. I mean, root beer turn American kids into beer drinkers, or does it?

  5. @Bear Silber: If you do do that remember to take a picture and try to get that pepperoni into the Guinness Book of World Records.

    @brad: Dat is my Photoshop skillz.

    @Ive: I used to buy bubble gum cigarettes. Actually my parents used to buy me bubble gum cigarettes, but I don’t smoke today and never have, so I guess cigarette companies getting get to me.

    @Fran: Root beer gives American kids the ability to pretend they are drinking beer, especially when they come in tall glass bottles.

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