If you've ever driven across Canada or the US, for that matter, you may have noticed the landscape dotted with buildings that were obviously Pizza Huts in a bygone era and are now Chinese restaurants, opticians, quilting stores, Branch Davidian sects. You know, the usual.
Lots of things come in huts but are they necessarily good things? When I was a kid it was Lana's Hair Hut for my bob. Generally "hut" doesn't connote reliability for me. Especially after I saw Lana nick someone's ear. There's an exception that proves the rule, of course: Sunglass Hut. But there's no such thing as a fragrance hut. Or is there?
Pizza Hut has issued a vanity fragrance in Canada just in time for the holidays. Apparently the notes are dough and spices. A whiff of the Jersey Shore?
You might be too late to score the Facebook-exclusive Pizza Hut perfume but you could probably go to any former Pizza Hut location on a rainy day and get the same experience.
Images via googling Pizza Hut. Now am hungry.