It was eight o'clock and I was starving. The only thing to eat in the kitchen was a pound of expired ground sirloin, some canned peaches and some questionable tomatoes.
So I ordered a Baby Pan! Pan! from Little Caeser's. Healthy? No. Did I care? No.
Being the exceptionally lazy (and crazy hungry) person that I was I pulled up to the window and was given - a teeny tiny box. I stared at it and handed the equally tiny woman my hard-earned cash.
It daunted me from the passenger seat as I headed home. Mocking me with its tiny boxy frame. "I can't believe that you only get one tiny little pizza now - what happened to two?" I said alound as I reminisced about the days of ol' when I could order a pizza from the orange-clad little dude and get one free. Now, they apparently hand over a little box and wish you many happy returns while starving to death on the floor of your white-tiled kitchen.
Getting home, I attempt to make a salad with the questionable tomatoes which revolt by instantly bursting and squirting juice up my arm before deflating into pathetic flat versions of their formerly rotund selves.
Sighing, I sit down in front of my tiny box (think 3" by 3") and open it to reveal a little square pizza. "I can't believe it. Only one! I'm gonna starve!" I moan to no one in particular since my hubby is off traveling, making due with large-sized portions of food from Bob Evan's, Cracker Barrell and Outback Steakhouse.
I picked up the mini pizza, took a bite and looked back at the box. Another, equally cheesy and ooey gooeyily yummy pizza lay nestled there, hiding from me in plain site.
I laugh and quickly close out of Little Caeser's website's Customer Comment section.
That'll teach me to doubt The Caeser!