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Old 07-25-2006, 08:30 PM   #1
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Not a Ball Park "Dog"

On the rare, ok, NOT so rare ocassion, I tend to dine at the local 7-11s' grill. Recently I decided to opt for someting other then a big bite, and I am pretty pleased.

I opted for the Spicy Italian Griller, lemme tell you, this aint no ball park dog. With robust flavor, a snappy texture, aromas of fennell, oregano, and mystery meat, it was a delight to all the sensses. The slow grilled "sausage", was loaded with what I guess was provolone cheese "nuggets", and caressed by a warmed oversized hot dog bun. The spiciness was enjoyable, and not too over powering, I enhanced the "dog" with condiments from the well apointed 7-11 condiment bar. I dressed it with diced onion, mayo, and though it was a tough choice, I did NOT go with the cheese.

To my great and loyal friend, The Big Bite, and it's equally enjoyed counter part, The Cheeseburger Bite, I think you have a step brother worthy of admiration. I am not affraid to say it, I LIKE THE GRILLER!...of course in moderation. Lord only knows what they really put in these things.

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Old 07-25-2006, 09:12 PM   #2
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OOh sounds good. I'm going to 7 11 tomorrow
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I haven't had a slurrpy in years... but I'd sure like one. Too bad there isn't a 7-11 in town.
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Old 07-26-2006, 01:23 AM   #5
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i wonder if the dog's were as dry as your sense of humour?

but hey, a dog at 3am of any suspect origin can be a glorious thing...
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Old 07-26-2006, 07:46 AM   #6
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i wonder if the dog's were as dry as your sense of humour?

but hey, a dog at 3am of any suspect origin can be a glorious thing...

ummm, thanks, I think?
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Old 07-26-2006, 10:25 AM   #7
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i wonder if the dog's were as dry as your sense of humour?

but hey, a dog at 3am of any suspect origin can be a glorious thing...
TATTRAT has in the past detailed his fondness for 7/11 culinary creations. I agree that a 7/11 dog is hard to beat! The breakfast bite is good too.
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Old 07-26-2006, 05:26 PM   #8
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but hey, a dog at 3am of any suspect origin can be a glorious thing...
that's what they say about sliders (White Castle), but I don't think I've been that drunk yet.
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that's what they say about sliders (White Castle), but I don't think I've been that drunk yet.
Oh, GOD! The $6 grease stained bag of fun...and that is alot of sliders.Man I haven't had sliders in years. suprised there is not a Whitecastle down here.
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Tattrat, you'd think that in VA Beach of all places (your 'hood, right?) that there would be a WC. Guess you just have to do with a bag full of dollar tacos from Taco Bell.
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