Chuck E. Cheese Is Catfishing Online Customers & Everyone's Onto Them

Chuck E. Cheese made big news this week, and not because they're bankrupt like many other American corporations. It turns out the family entertainment center has been masquerading as "Pasqually's Pizza & Wings" on food delivery apps such as Seamless and Grubhub. While some people feel betrayed by the move, most of Twitter and Reddit has responded to the strategy with bemusement. The chain's secret was first revealed on Reddit by user u/KendallNeff in the r/Philadelphia subreddit. They posted an exchange with their GrubHub driver who was happy to confirm that the pizza came from a Chuck E. Cheese location. 

This week, more netizens became hip to the facade, sharing memes about the sneaky move and generally showing appreciation for the odd bit of business savvy. The hubbub led to Chuck E. Cheese trending on Twitter - alongside al Qaeda and Pauly D. While we're waiting for the fourth horse of Twitter's Coronapocalypse, we have to admit we're starting to get a nostalgic craving for that crappy pizza. It's too bad we can't Grubhub the creepy animatronic band. While they work on that technology, we've put together the best tweets regarding this hilarious discovery. Bon appetite.

Funny tweets about how chuck e cheese is using the name pasqually's pizza to trick people into buying their pizza | Michael Mark @mrcoolmike_ Chuck E Cheese is selling their food as "Pasqually's Pizza" on food apps because no one wants order Chuck E. Cheese pizza delivery and think this is nominated as funniest part this pandemic | @jack2toxic Chuck E. Cheese trying sell pizza under another name: WINE SHOP SPROS RESTAURAN Shaq hiding behind a tree
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