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I'm sure Pizza Pizza, the Canadian company whose sign was commandered, would love this.
it took some work, but i found them!they changed their name to Herbies Pizza: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=12+Victoria+Road,+Swindon,+SN1+3AJ&sll=51.558257,-1.779635&sspn=0.010766,0.01929&gl=us&g=12+Victoria+Rd,+Swindon+SN1+3AJ,+UK&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=12+Victoria+Rd,+Swindon+SN1+3AJ,+United+Kingdom&ll=51.558246,-1.77963&spn=0.001339,0.002411&z=19&layer=c&cbll=51.558144,-1.779589&panoid=ZuttPrMNcFPl7zEDfzQOIA&cbp=12,302.62,,1,1.02
And so it is.Cheers for that the_duck!And in Swindon. Heh heh!It looks like the original photo, posted at Flickr in 2006, (No. 7), has been removed.http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidcowie/2380107923/
Are you SURE that's pepperoni?
*giggles at WordyGrrl's comments*Interestingly, the font, colour scheme, and "hot & fresh" logo are identical to those of a Canadian chain called Pizza Pizza (which does not have any operations outside of Canada).http://images.quickblogcast.com/81063-70964/pizza_pizza.jpgThere is a phenomenon here where independent cafe owners use logos, colours, and fonts that are identical to those of major chains, and names that are very similar (and often nonsensical). For instance -- and this is my personal favourite -- we have the chain "Coffee Time" and the very similar-looking, independent cafe "Coffee Lime."
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