Seven != Unlimited

In Random Ramblings by Daniel M. Clark2 Comments

Words have meaning. We've all agreed to them, so let's try to use them correctly.

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Papa Johns.
Fourth from the left, third from the right.
Unlimited toppings on any large pizza (up to 7 toppings).

Unless “unlimited” means something completely different than what everyone agreed upon, having a maximum of seven toppings on the pizza makes it pretty damn limited.

Incidentally, not only do they limit the toppings on their unlimited toppings pizza, they also disable extra cheese as a topping when ordering this special.

Do they really think we don't notice this stuff?

Comments

  1. This reminds me of the new Subway commercials highlighting ANY $5 Footlong… except if you look carefully there's text at the bottom that says something like “excludes double stack and premium sandwiches”.

    Any is defined as “one or more without specification or identification”. C'mon advertisers, use the dictionary!

  2. This reminds me of the new Subway commercials highlighting ANY $5 Footlong… except if you look carefully there's text at the bottom that says something like “excludes double stack and premium sandwiches”.

    Any is defined as “one or more without specification or identification”. C'mon advertisers, use the dictionary!

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