If you don't have a date for Valentine's Day, Revo Pizzabar in Tempe wants you to know that they have a plan for you (assuming you're into men).
From 11 a.m. until midnight on February 14, if you live within 1.5 miles from Revo and happen to order delivery, it will be delivered by an "attractive young man, shirtless" according to the pizza joint.
Not only will this "Cupid" deliver your pizza, salad, or sandwich, but you'll also get a love note included with your food.
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While we fully understand why it might not be a good idea to send scantily clad women to deliver pizzas on Valentine's Day (or any other day), we're left wondering whether this promotion isn't asking for more trouble than it's worth.
Who's determining which young men are attractive enough? Couldn't sending a shirtless guy to a house of lonely women on Valentine's Day end poorly? Is this feminism? (No, really, we've kind of lost track.) Most importantly, what if it's really cold that night and his nipples get frostbite?
Here's hoping those delivery "Cupids" are paid well, and that at least one lonely ASU frat boy doesn't read this and orders a pizza after striking out with the ladies.