Every day in America there are an average of 350 slices of pizza sold every second.
A large pizza in Australia (12#8243;) is actually smaller than the average medium pizza in the US (11#8243;)
A man on death-row declined his last meal and instead asked that a large pizza be delivered to a homeless man on the streets of Nashville. His request was denied, however, word got out and people began donating pizzas in droves to local food shelters.
Pizza Hut made a pizza delivery to the International Space Station in 2001. The bill for shipping it there cost over a million dollars. Russians made the delivery and even made a commercial out of the PR stunt.
Lady Gaga once ordered $1000 worth of pizza for fans waiting in line for her show.
There exists a pizza place in Alaska that actually delivers pizzas by plane.
There are DVDs that exist that are made to look and smell like pizza after you are done watching them.
Pizza Hut began offering ordering online as early as 1994.
Pizza Hut had grand plans to etch the PH logo into the moon using lasers. The plan was later scrapped because the logo would have to be the size of Texas.
In Scotland, they actually deep fry some pizzas. Good Lord.
One of the first documented internet purchases was a pepperoni pizza with mushrooms and extra cheese from Pizza Hut.
A man in California was sentenced to 25 years in prison after he stole pizza from a group of children while under the 3-strikes law. 3 strikes and he was out.