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The Italian national chain Villa Italian Kitchen is launching a new special pizza for those who apparently want to eat pizza, but without all the sauce, cheese and toppings.
The brand's new pizza "Just the Crust" seems to be literally just that: the crust cut and assembled into a box to resemble a slice of traditional pizza.
"We know that crust is everyone's favorite part of the pizza, so skipping directly to the sale of pizza crumbs just seemed to be the perfect idea," said Mimi Wunderlich, Director of Communications and Digital Market at Villa Italian Kitchen.
However, that knowledge may not be as accepted as Villa Italian Kitchen does.
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According to Twitter, people seem to have more questions about the new strange element, mainly about how the company is getting scabs. Some also believe that Villa Italian Kitchen could be playing a kind of joke on customers.
"That seems a little rude, like the scabs of people who did not eat and put it in a box," wrote one person on Instagram.
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"This seems like a fool's thing in April," said another.
Although the strange addition hit a chord with some followers on Instagram.
"Yes, yes, yes," one wrote.
"My dream!" Commented another.
"Only if they are filled," wrote one fan.
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Regardless of the mixed reaction, Villa Italian Kitchen believes they know better and is displaying their "chewy and wise joy" for "pizza fanatics" at participating venues starting July 18 for the price of a regular slice of $ 2.75.