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  Reply # 1026967 17-Apr-2014 16:14
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Lias: See no problem with it, but even if it offends you, so what? Show me where the universe guarantees you the right to not be offended? Unless we live in a fascist utopia where everyone thinks the same, inevitably there will be differences of opinion that lead to people being offended.

To quote Salman Rushdie "There is no right in the world not to be offended. That right simply doesn’t exist. In a free society, an open society, people have strong opinions, and these opinions very often clash." 




And yet we have laws that prevent us using certain words in public because they have been deemed 'offensive'. 

Personally I agree - no one has a right not to be offended.





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  Reply # 1027491 18-Apr-2014 18:58
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Working late tomorrow... intend to order one!






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  Reply # 1035324 2-May-2014 10:25
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You know who is laughing while going to the bank?


Hell's hugely successful Pizza Roulette campaign showed that punters were willing to try something new, even if it burned the crap out of their (or, preferably, their friends') mouths. And its gourmet (and slightly experimental) Rabbit Pizza proved it again after it sold out in less than three weeks and delivered the business its best week of sales in its 18 year history.




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freitasm: You know who is laughing while going to the bank?


Hell's hugely successful Pizza Roulette campaign showed that punters were willing to try something new, even if it burned the crap out of their (or, preferably, their friends') mouths. And its gourmet (and slightly experimental) Rabbit Pizza proved it again after it sold out in less than three weeks and delivered the business its best week of sales in its 18 year history.

 

 

Aww, you mean that there is no Rabbit Pizza left ?

 

 

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  Reply # 1035390 2-May-2014 12:36
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Tried it (on Easter weekend - shock horror, cover your kids eyes!!) thought it was pretty average...wouldn't try it again.

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  Reply # 1041912 11-May-2014 23:10
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Trendsetters! http://news.yahoo.com/whats-chef-rabbit-trendy-white-meat-035903147.html






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freitasm: Trendsetters! http://news.yahoo.com/whats-chef-rabbit-trendy-white-meat-035903147.html


We all know it worked and worked well :)

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  Reply # 1041923 11-May-2014 23:40
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tried a rabbit pizza once, quite a few years ago at some restaurant in town (crocodile as-well at the time).

cant say i enjoyed iver, much rather a classic Pizza.... 




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  Reply # 1041926 11-May-2014 23:45
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hio77: tried a rabbit pizza once, quite a few years ago at some restaurant in town (crocodile as-well at the time).

cant say i enjoyed iver, much rather a classic Pizza.... 


New Pizza idea, Steve Irwin like 10 year since died thing. Crocodile pizza?

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  Reply # 1041929 12-May-2014 01:38
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TimA:
hio77: tried a rabbit pizza once, quite a few years ago at some restaurant in town (crocodile as-well at the time).

cant say i enjoyed iver, much rather a classic Pizza.... 


New Pizza idea, Steve Irwin like 10 year since died thing. Crocodile pizza?


More tasteless would be stingray pizza :)

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More tasteless would be stingray pizza :)


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