Sunday, May 18, 2008

Pizza Structures

My wife and I were walking into Target today when we were overwhelmed with a foul odor in the cart area.

I'll try to describe the smell. If you birthed, raised, and slaughtered a dozen pigs in your basement, then for the first time cleaned that basement and fed the wash water to an elephant and waited for that elephant to eliminate and smelled his dung, you'd have some idea of what this odor was like.

I complained that I had planned to hit the restroom but didn't want to because of the "situation" and this is the dialog that followed:

My wife said, "go ahead, it might just be the Pizza Hut [express]."


My reply, "do you realize what you just said?"


"Yeah."


"'Yeah' indeed"


The most confusing part about this whole (true) story, is that we actually like pizza hut. This brings me to something else: pizza company names.

What's the deal with all the Pizza [structure] places around here? We recently brainstormed a list of possible names, which I cross-referenced to see which ones actually existed. This was actually a travel game where we took turns coming up with another place.


  1. Pizza Hut

  2. Pizza Cottage

  3. Pizza Inn

  4. Pizza House

  5. Pizza Hotel

  6. Pizza Motel

  7. Pizza Shack

  8. Pizza Wigwam

  9. Pizza Tee-pee

  10. Pizza Mansion

  11. Pizza Tree-house

  12. Pizza Tavern

  13. Pizza Silo

  14. Pizza Barn

  15. Pizza Bed-and-Breakfast

  16. Pizza Chair-Lunch-Dinner (thanks Mitch)

  17. Pizza Stand

  18. Pizza Van

  19. Pizza Condo

  20. Casa la Pizza

  21. Pizza Tower

  22. Pizza Castle

  23. Pizza Igloo

  24. Pizza Bunker

  25. Pizza Cave

  26. Pizza Cavern

  27. Pizza Church

  28. Pizza Palace

  29. Pizza Tent

  30. Pizza Cabin


Pizza StructuresFor those keeping score at home, that's a 53% hit rate. Considering some of the ridiculous names on there, I'd say that's not bad. Let's branch out a little, ok?