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Domino’s S’pore celebrates Valentine’s Day by delivering their own pizza to Pizza Hut

Do you ship?

Fasiha Nazren | February 14, 06:40 pm

Social media roasts between fast food establishments, while entertaining, isn’t a new concept.

“McDonald’s S’pore” tried to roast Wendy’s on Twitter. Of course, they got the full Wendy’s treatment.

But a little flirtation between two pizza places in Singapore, Domino’s Pizza and Pizza Hut Singapore, is something refreshing.

Domino’s gives pizza to Pizza Hut

On the eve of Valentine’s day, Domino’s Pizza apparently sent a box of their own pizza to what seems to be Pizza Hut’s headquarters in Kallang with the following note:

Photo from Domino’s Pizza – Singapore

In case you can’t see it, here’s what it says:

“Dear Pizza Hut,

Things may be a little cold between us, but we want to fix it. Here’s a little something to warm your Valentine’s Day.

Domino’s”

Awww…?

Snarky replies

A few hours later, Pizza Hut replied them with an equally endearing yet snarky response.

And Domino’s thanked them for the “love”, but not without humble-bragging about their speedy reply/ delivery speed.

Touché.

Amused netizens

The Facebook post was well-received with over 600 reactions and more than 300 shares.

And it seems a lot of Singaporeans were amused by the pizza chains’ wholesome interactions.

You can read the full post here:

Less romantic interaction between fast food chains

“McDonald’s S’pore” tried to roast Wendy’s on Twitter. Of course, they got the full Wendy’s treatment.

Top image from Domino’s Pizza – Singapore

 

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