The more outrageous a company’s advertising is, the more likely people will remember it. That’s why some pizza parlors have tried to get attention by placing bizarre signs inside and outside of their shops. If it gets their customers to talk, then they’re doing their job right. If you’ve never witnessed a parlor with a sense of humor, then here are some of the funniest pizza signs you’ll ever see.
If all of your friends jumped off of a bridge that doesn’t mean you should too. Likewise, if the pizza in the parlor is smoking, it doesn’t mean you should too. There are different rules for different objects.
This pizzeria might not have been voted the best by a fancy magazine or food critic, but it’s considered the best in his town. At least by one man. Hey, one good review is better than none.
Will Smith starred on The Fresh Price of Bel-Air, so he deserves the title of the freshest person around. However, Papa Johns believes their pizza is so delicious and fresh even Will would be jealous. The reference might not be all that relevant, considering the show went off the air back in 1996, but it’s still entertaining to all who loved this crazy show.
Walter White is the best cook around, so it makes sense to use him to advertise for pizza. Of course, Vinnie’s Pizzeria likes to switch things up, so Breaking Bad isn’t the only sign they hang up. They change their signs every single week, so one time you might see a Game of Thrones sign, and the next you’ll see a Mad Men sign.
Pumpkin Spice Lattes are one of Starbuck’s most popular products. That’s why there are random food products containing pumpkin popping up all over the place. Thankfully, it hasn’t become an actual pizza flavor yet.
This pizza parlor took an unconventional approach. Instead of placing a positive review on their sign, they picked out the worst one they could find. It’s probably the most honest form of advertising you’ll ever see.
You’ve probably heard about Dominos‘ 30 minute policy. They promise their customers a fresh pie will be delivered to them in a half-hour or less. This pizza joint is a little more realistic. If your pizza doesn’t arrive in a timely manner, then you should either move closer to the parlor or order from a parlor closer to your house.
You’ve heard of “no shirt, no shoes, no service,” but this sign is taking that idea a little too far. The most disturbing thing about the sign is it isn’t written on a white board that can be erased. The words are actually printed onto an official-looking plaque.
Even though this sign isn’t meant to advertise for a specific pizza parlor, it’s still pretty hysterical. Of course, if the owners are so desperate to sell their house they had to throw a free pie into the deal, it’s probably not the best place to live. Buyer beware.
What’s the funniest sign that you’ve ever come across?