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    Thai Hotdogs

    It is a well known fact that I am probably the foremost expert on hotdogs, I have eaten every offering 7/11 have brought out and of course I am English.

    The Hotdog was first made by agent Green a CIA guy during the first world war, this was of course based on the traditional English saveloy, the saveloy is a savoury English sausage made of farm animals, the hotdog was of course made out of dogs, but during the war with millions of Americans starving and average weights going down to 150kilos the CIA knew they had to feed them, with their drug contacts in Vietnam they were able to set up supply lines of dog meat to feed the American population and keep them alive, at least I think it was something like this.

    Obviously in modern day America they use farm animal penises and scalps to make their delicious hotdogs, and never forget the testicles for those special oyster hotdogs.

    So lets get back to Thailand and the hotdogs we have here, sadly for the older mericans I don't think they use any dog meat anymore, but the meat scraped from a pigs head aint too bad you know, anyway on this thread we will explore various Thai hotdogs and see which is best.

    So here is a pack of "Ma" hotdogs, isn't "Ma" dog in Thai? I shall try them tomorrow.


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    Try them tonight after a few ales much better

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    The Thai language on the package translated:
    Putting more than one hot dog in your throat at a time can cause death by choking.

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    ^You'd be fine

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    Can I have your drug dealers phone number.

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    CIA ?...... First Wourld War ?........Fair suck the Sav Sailor me think you telling Porkies, or just trying to Bait a few Septics?

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    I think your table is possibly a little overdressed for hot dogs

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    Quote Originally Posted by the dogcatcher
    Jesus DD. Can I have your drug dealers phone number.
    555+ He certainly seems to be on a food thingy at the mo ,, Bread ,,butter , ham , hotdogs ,, all quite innocent , mabe a time of life thing

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    And floor grout cleaning

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    Have you tried them hotdogs yet?

    Heres a selection from Big C today you might wanna review for everyone

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    Its only a personal thing for me but whatever I eat has to be in its original form / shape ,,,,,,, sometimes in Thai means going veggie or waiting a while ,, but no matter how hungry I was I could never eat those round ball things in the various display cabinets along the pathways , God alone knows whats in them ,mabe what they couldnt fit into the hot dogs
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    Thailand does not do hot dogs.
    Now this is a hot dog, Chicago style.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    Thailand does not do hot dogs.
    Now this is a hot dog, Chicago style.

    where's the chili?

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    ^ Not a fan of chili on a Chicago style dog.

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    I would have a folding money bet with you within 5 mins in the 7// 11 I could create you something that looked the same as that ( however what it would taste like would be another thing )

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    Grilled Vienna beef dog, poppy seed bun, relish, dill pickle, chili pepper, mustard, tomato. They don't even have mustard at 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert
    They don't even have mustard at 7.
    That crap isn't mustard. It's yet another pale imitation of food bought to us by the good old US of A.

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    We have lots of different mustards in the good ofld US of A as opposed to the UK where you are forced by the government, under penalty of incarceration, to eat only one style.

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    Humbert, that isn't mustard, but they do have that gunge at 7/11 free of charge to put on your hot dogs.

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    Do you have mustard police in the UK too?

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    mustard

    just having boiled ham sandwiches and mustard pickle for all them across the atlantic and down under who dont know what mustard pickle is, [piccallili].

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert
    Do you have mustard police in the UK too?
    Don't need it in the UK - we know what mustard is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    we know what mustard is.
    I'm sure its a source of great national pride.

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    They've got a new line in heart attack fodder now in 7/11..hotdogs wrapped in bacon (Pigs in blankets, to those in the know),,very pleasant little appetizers before you munch into your cheese ham and egg toastie..

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    They've got a new line in heart attack fodder now in 7/11..hotdogs wrapped in bacon (Pigs in blankets, to those in the know),,very pleasant little appetizers before you munch into your cheese ham and egg toastie..
    In the states, pigs in blanket usually refers to pork sausage wrapped with a pancake. It does sound tasty though, hotdogs wrapped in bacon, they should make bacon it's own food group imho.

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