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post #166 of 210
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Do you think it's, wrong to cook a hot dog, twice ?

Thinking as, deep fried and, after on the girdle?

My hot dog gets cooked ten times a night baby! Just remember to oil it up before putting it on the girdle! LULLLLZ
post #167 of 210
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What about cheese balls?
What in the name of Jesus Christ is that?? edit: Ok, stupid question, balls of cheese. But is this some sort of reference/delicacy??
post #168 of 210
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What in the name of Jesus Christ is that??

edit: Ok, stupid question, balls of cheese. But is this some sort of reference/delicacy??

Oil em up with the hot dog baby.
post #169 of 210
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What about cheese balls?




I think those are, tatter tops .
post #170 of 210
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What in the name of Jesus Christ is that??

When you move to Jersey, you can go down the shore and ask Tommy Cheeseballs in person




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I think those are, tatter tops .
Cheese balls!!!!
post #171 of 210
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And now reconciliation!

I wasn't kidding about considering moving to NJ, though - maybe in two years time you can punch me out in person...

Nah, fuck it, I decided you're alright.

post #172 of 210
Nike has designed a shoe called the high hairs. its a nike dunk SB shoe dedicated to the fact that in the 80s and 90s, New Jersey led all states in its use of Aqua Net hair spray, (by more than 30%)





the color scheme is the aqua net can, and it was only released in a few stores in New Jersey, (bon Jovi actually was at the opening ceremony at a skate shop, and it was on his birthday) that kinda stuff is straight JERZ
post #173 of 210
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This thread is really the Jack of all Trades. It has state pride, bigotry, guidos, a discourse on CT hot dog quality, political scandal, with lots of snobbery mixed in. More segues than a Grateful Dead concert.

And two guys who want to throwdown who have never met in the 'real' world. My baby thread has all grown up.

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This is a mountain.

5700 feet is a hill.

This made me chuckle.
post #174 of 210
Personally i think these people are a disgrace to the Italian culture. Although i guess anyone with enough common sense knows they are not authentic Italian and just a bunch of fake wanna-be mafia whatever's (if there even worth that distinction).

This is probably the funniest thing i've seen in a while.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JMOh-cul6M


By the way Vaclave, for hotdogs in CT. Fredshanty is the spot.
post #175 of 210
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Personally i think these people are a disgrace to the Italian culture. Although i guess anyone with enough common sense knows they are not authentic Italian and just a bunch of fake wanna-be mafia whatever's (if there even worth that distinction).

This is probably the funniest thing i've seen in a while.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JMOh-cul6M


By the way Vaclave, for hotdogs in CT. Fredshanty is the spot.

Haha, it even has that same picture of the guido fags getting ready to kiss each other.
post #176 of 210
Not sure how this turned into people dissing each others' states, but I would like to go to Jersey some day (other than the airport I've been to a few times). I think CA is really pretty and has everything you could want, from desert to snow, but all of this "economic growth" is annoying. McShopping Malls everywhere with ugly track homes. The Fabulous 40s and Victorian neighborhoods around Sacramento are quite nice, however. I also like the small, old town downtowns that every town around here has. SF is probably the nicest city in CA, maybe followed by SD, even though the people are a bit strange. I was in Silicon Valley last weekend and some of the places I remember booming in the 90s are now nothing but abandoned office space. As far as Jersey girls go, I have decided that I am going to go guido the next time I'm out at the clubs. I need to see if this works on the west coast, I'm going to get a blowout haircut and everything. I need help researching guidos in action. I have found a few videos on youtube, perhaps you guys can help me out a bit more in researching this mythical creature called the guido. http://guidofistpump.com/
post #177 of 210
Guido fist pump, is that a move the men make on each other?
post #178 of 210
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Do you think it's, wrong to cook a hot dog, twice ?

Thinking as, deep fried and, after on the girdle?

Vaclav,

This I belieeve, is the famous Ripper, from the Hut of Rutt.
post #179 of 210
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Vaclav,

This I belieeve, is the famous Ripper, from the Hut of Rutt.


Roma,

do you fear, the Ripper ?
post #180 of 210
Tim "The Ripper" Owens?
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