This is the first Valentine’s Day that I am a betrothed person, and as someone who cares little for the holiday, I can’t imagine getting engaged on such a cheesy day. Literally. This year, Pizza Hut is swooping in to play cupid. For justover $10k, you could celebrate Valentine’s Day in style with their “Tie the Knot” deal, replete with engagement-friendly services like photographers, videographers, and a limo. Why? CEO Kurt Kane explains “If we’re able to fit pizza, breadsticks and dessert into one box for only $10, why stop there?” That’s right, Kurt. Why stop there!? Put a ring in it! Better yet, put a bird on it. That could be cute. They might try to eat the pizza though. Kane continues: “Our customers want the best of everything, from their food to memorable life experiences. So we decided to make one of those experiences – the marriage proposal – second-to-none and offer it at PizzaHut.com right alongside the new $10 Dinner Box.” Brilliant! All you have to have this memorable experience is a) want to propose — with a ”stunning ruby stone flanked by shimmering diamonds” no less, preferably to a person who likes both rubies and pizza b) not have an aversion to fireworks and c) call RIGHT NOW because they only have 10 packages available. It would also be smart to plan a post-pizza meal (at least a side salad or something) because even though you’re paying ten grand, all you get to eat is the carbo-loaded $10 dinner box of pizza and breadsticks. The rest of it must go into that sparkling ruby thing and all the marketing for this deal. I wonder how many ladies are going to be disappointed when a dinner box arrives at their doors this V-day and all it contains is … pizza. Pizza and breadsticks and dipping sauce. Alternatively, you could just buy this $55,000 cupcake.