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Brooklyn problems: a dozen hot dogs from the butcher cost me $32.
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I hope you guys are ready for oppressive swamp ass-inducing humidity.
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

Brooklyn problems: a dozen hot dogs from the butcher cost me $32.
That's $2 more than the cart guy at the 9/11 memorial!
post #9994 of 11821
they were awesome. I'd buy them again and then complain about the price right here.
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The dogs were good, but the condiments were better.
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I would say getting attacked by a bulldog sucks.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

The dogs were good, but the condiments were better.
gotta pay for the mustard.
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I would say getting attacked by a bulldog sucks.
what happened? Bulldogs are assholes, but not very athletic.
post #9998 of 11821
They may not be athletic but they can get themselves in the air and this one launched and hung from my arm. Suit jacket has a scuff and shirt was not even torn (both were bloody, though) but I have one deep puncture and another puncture surrounded by shredded skin. The damage is all from the strength of the grip not the sharpness of the teeth. Will be on antibiotics for a while.
post #9999 of 11821
Sorry to hear that.

One of my boys was attacked by a bulldog when he was 5. He was petting him, with the owners right there smiling, when the dog bit him in the nose. Blood everywhere. Freaking out of course. Fuck dog owners that let a little kid pet their psycho dog and then entirely disappear as soon as it happened.
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That's awful. How is your son around dogs now? My family was pretty freaked out and I am not sure they are going to settle down so soon. Today they kept crossing the street when they saw big dogs. I hope he gets/got over it.

And to add to the fun, I get to go on a bandage run now as I have been through tons of supplies changing the dressings twice a day since this happened Saturday afternoon.
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

They may not be athletic but they can get themselves in the air and this one launched and hung from my arm. Suit jacket has a scuff and shirt was not even torn (both were bloody, though) but I have one deep puncture and another puncture surrounded by shredded skin. The damage is all from the strength of the grip not the sharpness of the teeth. Will be on antibiotics for a while.

That's awful so sorry to hear. Did you know the owner?
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

That's awful so sorry to hear. Did you know the owner?
No. She did send me her name.
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Ok, I am just going to address the elephant in the room... Was she hot?
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somebody ripped one on the L train this morning. It kept on getting recirculated and blown right back on me, lasted for like two whole stops.

I did look around to see if Booth got on the train, noticed me reading the paper, then thought "I have a little gift for him", but I didn't see him.
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