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Pizza Mia Challenge

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by Lucas # 5 (subscribe)
Im a writer currently living in Melbourne who loves to try out new events and ideas.
Published May 28th 2011
As I'm sure all those pizza loving people out there would agree, the best thing about a pizza is its amazing taste. The simple pleasures of dough, cheese and the rest of the fantastic topping options can please nearly everyone, but have you thought about how much you can eat?
A fresh pizza from the oven

Pizza Hut has created a new size of pizza which they have named the Pizza Mia which in many ways is just a medium sized pizza.
The challenge that is put forward to you and those close to you that share your passion for this basic delicacy, is to eat 4 pizzas from the Pizza Mia range where one of the options must be Cheese Mia for its incredible ability to fill you up quickly. It will cost $5 for each pizza, however Pizza Hut have a deal running where you get 3 Pizza Mia's for $13 so a competitor is up for $18 but really you would spend more on a taxi for a night out so the challenge is reasonably priced.

The rules outlined below are basic, but effective to ensure that next Saturday night is one to remember regardless of whether you are a participant or a spectator.
There is a 1 hour time limit
First to eat all 4 is the winner
Cheese Mia must be on the menu
If no one has finished after the hour then the winner is the person who has eaten the most
Ability to hold in the pizza is considered for disqualification
No sharing/swapping of pizza
A very simple but comical way to spend a night of fun regardless of age.
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Why? A great challenge between friends
When: Anytime
Where: Anywhere
Cost: $18
Oh dear, I'm having disturbing flashbacks of netball breakup parties we used to have at Pizza Hut when I was a teenager. I'm pretty sure if this competition were running back then, I could have been a contender. But now that I'm a little older and conscious of unbuttoning my pants in public, I think I'll have to stay a sideline supporter! It would be very amusing though.
By Lisa Williams - senior reviewer
Monday, 30th of May @ 05:10 am
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