The X Factor is a regular source of arguments on our house. It has nothing to do with any of the contestants* and everything to do with the fact that IJ wants to stay up late to watch it, although it airs well past her bedtime.
On the occasions when she has watched it, she has chosen to give a running commentary throughout the programme and attempted to sing over the acts. She also thinks she knows more than the judges, and I can’t have anyone speaking over Gary. Cough.
It isn’t a pizza I would have chosen to be completely honest. It is topped with extra-large pepperoni, mini pepperoni, spicy beef, red onion and mozzarella, and I rarely eat meat. Nevertheless, in the aid of research and because we never say no to free pizza, we tucked in.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating and we both loved it. I thought it tasted fresh despite being from the frozen food section, and even though it was too large for just the two of us, we did a pretty good job in finishing most of it off.
Pizza crusts normally get left in our house as we both find them too dry, but these crusts were stuffed with a special BBQ sauce so they were polished off too. I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the pizza. It was spicy without being too hot and I found the quality of the ingredients to be excellent. I would definitely buy it again.
We received a voucher to purchase the Chicago Town Takeaway The X Factor pizza. It is available in most supermarkets with an RRP of £3.79. Every pack also comes with a free music download, plus opportunities to win The X Factor goodies, cash prizes, and pizza vouchers.
*For the record, I'd like Little Mix to win.
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