You Know The Pumpkin Spice Craze Has Gone Too Far When There Is Now A Pumpkin Spice Pizza!

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(PCM) Can we say, yuck! Without a doubt the pumpkin spice trend has gone way to far when there is now a pumpkin spice flavored pizza. Seriously, who would even think of such as thing? The creator of The Pizza Shelf, Anthony Rotio, that’s who!

Rotio decided to jump on the pumpkin spice bandwagon and created what we believe to be the first pumpkin spice flavored pizza. It contains pumpkin, nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, honey, fior di latte, ricotta, and sage. If you are a fan of pumpkin spice than this will be your dream come true, but those of us pumpkin spice haters out there, this is just one more reason to further despise the season.

It also appears that Rotio, himself, is not a huge pumpkins spice fan, however he recently revealed to Cosmopolitan Magazine that he actually created the Pumpkin Spice pizza for this wife who is pumpkin spice flavor obsessed. Now there’s a loving husband right there! Props, to you Rotio!

Would you try Pumpkin Spice flavored pizza?  Are you a fan of Pumpkin Spice in general?  Let us know the oddest Pumpkin Spice related item you’ve discovered this season!

 

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Burger King Attempts To Rename A Soccer Team And Gets Smacked Down Game Of Thrones Style!

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(PCM) Sports teams and corporate branding have always gone hand in hand, however some teams would rather not be associated with certain companies and that is exactly what happened when Burger King attempted to rename a small St. Petersburg soccer team.

The company received an absolutely hilariously response to their proposal that the Zenit team be renamed and change their logo to “Zenit Burger King” with Burger King offering to pay 500 million rubles (over $7.5 million) for the change. You would think for so many millions of dollars they would have come up with something a bit more creative, but nope!

The creativeness came with Zenit’s response to Burger Kings’s proposal which they shot down using an epic Game Of Thrones style smack down GIF. Guess they are truly not in it for the money!  The team chose an infamous clip for the HBO series Game Of Thrones where the hateful Prince Joffrey is smacked across the face by fan favorite character, Tyrion Lannister. In the GIF Prince Joffrey’s head has been replaced by the Burger King face mascot.  Ouch!  Looks like they got the point!

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Connecticut Dry Town Sells It’s First Drink In 81 Years!

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(PCM) For the past 81 years the town of Bridgewater, Connecticut has been a dry town, meaning there was a law prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages.  It was the last of the dry towns in the state, however that all changed when the first ever cup of beer was sold in Bridgewater during a recent county fair.

Bridgewater resident and volunteer firefighter Jim Lillis took the first sip of beer before passing the cup to other firefighters and fair volunteers who gathered for the ceremonial sale and to share in the tasting.

Residents approved alcoh ol sales in the town back in 2014 and it is surprising that it has taken them this long to finally sell a single cup of booze. The last time alcohol was reportedly purchased in Bridgewater was back in 1935. Restaurant developers were looking into the area for proposed eateries in the town, which only has about 1,700 residents, on the condition that they could serve alcohol. Thus far no restaurants have yet to open!

 

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There Is An App That Lets You Purchase Restaurant Leftovers For A Fraction Of The Price!

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(PCM) What a genius idea! There is an app in the UK called “Too Good To Go” that allows people to purchase leftover food from various cafes and fancy dining establishments for a fraction of the price it would normally cost to dine. On average a “Too Good To Go” meal could equal out to about two British pounds which is the approximate equivalent to $2.60 in U.S. currency.

How do we not have this here in the States already?

It is a fantastic way to avoid having all of that perfectly good food go to waste. Seriously, why not make a little money off it and feed some hungry people rather than have it do nothing but rot in a garbage can. Co-founder of “Too Good To Go” James Crummie says “Food waste just seems like one of the dumbest problems we have in this world. The restaurant industry is wasting about 600,000 tons of food each year, and in the U.K. alone there are one million people on emergency food parcels from food banks. Why do we have these two massive social issues that are completely connected, yet there is not much going on to address them?” He makes a completely valid point. One in six U.S. households go hungry, while restaurants throw away 40% of their food each and every day.

How is works is, users can pick up their meals an hour before closing time at the restaurant of their choosing. Ordering through the app is simply like waiting until the last minute to grab takeout before heading home to Netflix and Chill! Here’s to hoping that we can get something like this started up in the States sometime soon, as we think it is an utterly fantastic idea and a perfect way to be environmentally conscious and cut down on the massive problem of food waste.

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Experts Predict There Could Be A Huge Champagne Shortage In The Near Future

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(PCM) Say it isn’t so! Guess we won’t be breaking out too many bottles of bubbly to toast the end of summer. Experts are now predicting that there could be a huge shortage of champagne in the near future.

According to the experts a late season frost caused a nearly 70% loss of crop for several growers and many also had to endure hail storms late in the season which led to mildew.  Many manufacturers have reserves set aside to deal with situations like this if they should arise, however if they are forced to dip into the reserves it could affect what is left to deal with any environmental setbacks in the future.

Crop growers claim that this shortage is the worst they have endured since the 1980’s and this season in particular has been the hardest since 1956. Be sure to choose your celebratory drinking occasions wisely as champagne is not the only drink that has been effect by bad weather conditions and environmental factors this season.

There has been a high demand for scotch with a lack of supply, and also on the non-alcoholic side coffee and cocoa are both facing global supply issues.

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What In The World Is Sprite Thinking With Their Ridiculous New Ad Campaign?

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(PCM) We have no idea who is in charge of the copy writing for Sprite’s newest ad campaign, but it seems as if they are pulling their material from a bunch of drunken frat boys on a Saturday night. People are already beginning to express outrage via social media in regards to the lemon-lime beverage’s confusing and wildly inappropriate ad’s that pretty much compare Sprite and “loose” women.

A few of the phrases in the ad campaign say things such as “She’s seen more ceilings than Michelangelo”, “A 2 at 10 is a 10 at 2!”, “One dip is never enough”, “If you have to give your taxi driver directions, you’re better off walking” and “You’re not popular. You’re easy”.  Ouch!

Seriously, who is coming up with this stuff, it is almost like some sort of bad joke! It appears that the ads in question are part of a website background takeover campaign, but even still, someone at Sprite still had to sign off on these ads we would assume. The Coca Cola company, makers of Sprite, claim that they are using the ad campaign as a way to simply “tell it like it is”, but most of the phraseology within these ads is just plain wrong and downright insulting.

They are using the slogan #BrutallyRefreshing to describe the ads and we are sure there will be some heads rolling the marketing department come Monday morning … how’s that for brutal?

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