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pizza pizza disapoints again

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Dr Butcher wrote:
Dec 28th, 2009 10:29 pm
If you have a Regino's in your area give 'em a shot. I think they're pretty decent overall. It's not gourmet, but decent pizza at a good value.
Regino's is pretty decent. Not the best that I've had but good.
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In North West part of brampton I found a place that is pretty good call Coccelli Pizza(I might have the spelling off by a bit) but they are pretty good
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MOOKEY wrote:
Dec 28th, 2009 8:29 pm
Ordered 3 pizzas 2 with bacon strips- bacon was bad like lost (back the fridge bad) called to complain they offered $3.00 credit on a $36.00 order told them to keep it so they can buy proper equipment to store the supplies .
Why do they continue to disappoint in this economy and promise customer satisfaction that is a joke? :mad:
I have no idea what is this means?
"bacon was bad like lost"
"back the fridge bad"
"proper equipment to store the supplies" what does this have to do with anything?

Can anyone translate?
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jason9945 wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 12:13 pm
I have no idea what is this means?
"bacon was bad like lost"
"back the fridge bad"
"proper equipment to store the supplies" what does this have to do with anything?

Can anyone translate?
I took it to mean that the bacon was stale or dried out or something, like it had been sitting in the back of the fridge for a long time before being used. The proper equipment part probably referred to a need to keep things fresher?
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stealth wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 12:27 pm
I took it to mean that the bacon was stale or dried out or something, like it had been sitting in the back of the fridge for a long time before being used. The proper equipment part probably referred to a need to keep things fresher?
Yes, as in 'lost in the back of the fridge' until it got old and stale. I got that too.
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stealth wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 12:27 pm
I took it to mean that the bacon was stale or dried out or something, like it had been sitting in the back of the fridge for a long time before being used. The proper equipment part probably referred to a need to keep things fresher?
Queue wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 1:32 pm
Yes, as in 'lost in the back of the fridge' until it got old and stale. I got that too.
So saying it wasnt fresh, or that it was stale is too much? I guess I'm just old.
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jason9945 wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 1:36 pm
So saying it wasnt fresh, or that it was stale is too much? I guess I'm just old.
I got the impression the OP's first language isn't English...perhaps this is a literal translation from an expression in his/her original language. Different punctuation would have helped, but that's not everyone's strong suit.
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jason9945 wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 1:36 pm
So saying it wasnt fresh, or that it was stale is too much? I guess I'm just old.
I'm old too. You're over-thinking things. :) When reading badly worded/translated posts, just pick out the nouns and the verbs and colour the rest in yourself :)
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Pizza Pizza shouldn't even be allowed to call their dough with an eye-dropper's worth of tomato sauce "pizza". The owners are always so damn cheap they never put enough sauce, cheese or toppings for the pizza to even have a chance of tasting half decent. The only thing they have that's decent is the onion rings and chicken strips. I used to think the wings were good until my parents ordered and got barely cooked wings.
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Shimso wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 11:54 pm
Pizza Pizza shouldn't even be allowed to call their dough with an eye-dropper's worth of tomato sauce "pizza". The owners are always so damn cheap they never put enough sauce, cheese or toppings for the pizza to even have a chance of tasting half decent. The only thing they have that's decent is the onion rings and chicken strips. I used to think the wings were good until my parents ordered and got barely cooked wings.
Figures. Only the things they get frozen and drop in the deep fryer for 4 mins then serve. Any idiot can do that.
I agree, their pizza is plain and dull b/c they skimp on toppings. Its basically a little more than a pita that they serve.
Thanks for the memories, RFD.
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Akraz wrote:
Dec 29th, 2009 1:27 am
Gino's Pizza is very good
+1 very nice crisp pizzas all the time
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My old roommate used to order from Pizza Pizza pretty frequently. One day, he figured out that they barely put any cheese on their pizza, so he ordered extra cheese on it. It came with the same amount of cheese. He was not impressed, and stuck to ordering their chicken mostly.
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Everyone know how bad pizza pizza is, but they kept on ordering.....hmmm...... tuche'

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