Pizza Hut Just Goes Ahead and Releases Garlic Bread Pizza

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Just a few weeks after announcing the P'Zolo, which is a Pizza Sandwich the size of The Rock's forearm, and then being hosed by The Black Keys, Pizza Hut has gone ahead and announced their newest Pizza Thing: the Garlic Bread Pizza. They just didn't want to sit on it any longer, you know? Also, the Plano-based Hut is pretty proud of the release. Over on their Facebook:

Amazing has arrived! Garlic Bread Pizza -- hot melted cheese and pizza toppings on thick buttery garlic bread. Why didn't we think of this before?!?

According to their site, the "9 irresistible slices" will cost you $8.99 (nutritional info isn't available online yet). Clearly this release isn't as ostentatious as Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza, so, what say you? Would you be into this?

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