Little Caesars has been blessing us with some delicious pizza for the past ~almost~ six decades! Founded on May 8th, 1959 in Michigan, is the third-largest pizza chain in the U.S. after Pizza Hut and Domino's Pizza. In addition to the states, there are restaurant locations all over the world including Latin America, Asia, and Australia.
In 2004 they stepped up their pizza game by introducing their Hot-N-Ready large pizza (pepperoni or cheese) setting you back only $5! Although pizza lovers and Little Caesars fans know this far too well, there's one thing nobody ever noticed about the company's logo.
The mascot's mouth...
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On February 14, derailing people from their Valentine's Day celebration, Twitter user Ryan Pequin started a conversation after typing: "We need to talk about what's going on in Little Caesar's throat."
And of course, the Twitterverse flooded the thread with all sorts of theories:
It's a cartoon thing
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He really ate a dinosaur
It runs in the family
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Maybe he ate Zac Efron's face?
Or just visible body parts problems, TBH
What are your thoughts? Shoot us your theory in the comments section!
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