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[#] Fri Apr 29 2016 16:01:29 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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Michigan today.. And yes. Definitely a concert tour.

[#] Sat May 21 2016 23:08:00 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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You're lying. Nobody in Michigan goes to concerts. They only go to shootings.

[#] Wed Jul 06 2016 17:49:15 EDT from athos-mn @ Uncensored

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They eat coneys. Lots of them. Without freakin' chili on them. 



[#] Wed Jul 06 2016 19:11:11 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Wed Jul 06 2016 05:49:15 PM EDT from athos-mn @ Uncensored

They eat coneys. Lots of them. Without freakin' chili on them. 



The only the odder than chili on a hot dog or coney is pineapple.  Hot dogs and coneys have one purpose, to have something to put mustard on.

 

First Prize meats used to make a bockwurst that was mostly veal, it was awesomely good but the anti-veal people were able to take them off the market.  The local Polish meat market has something very similar.  Not unlike a coney but different flavor.



[#] Wed Jul 13 2016 09:33:06 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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I like free range veal.

Instead of being kept in a 4 foot box, it's kept in a 5 foot box.

[#] Mon Jul 18 2016 08:05:01 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Ok call me IGnorant here, but what exactly constitutes "a coney" in the canonical sense?  Mustard and chili?  Mustard and chili and onions?  I must admit to some naiveté here; I thought the term just referred to Nathan's.  (And for the record, I like hot dogs, and I like chili, but when I eat a hot dog at Nathan's I vastly prefer sauerkraut over chili.)



[#] Mon Jul 18 2016 10:09:04 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Okay, you are "IGnorant here".  I always thought a coney was a white hot, and just pork meat. Using this thing called "google" I found out I might be wrong. Hot dogs can be beef and pork, or just beef.  What I called coneys are pork only.  Different than spices and a different flavor than Italian sausage,

This company calls them Snappys.
http://store.hofmannhotdogs.com/hot-dogs/snappys-small-gift-pack.html

I said in another post I had Bockworsts as a child that were white, pork only hot dogs.   (These are better with ketchup than mustard) 

Bratwurst can be whatever meat....

Hmmmmm, just found this article...
http://blog.syracuse.com/entertainment/2009/07/coneys_franks_snappys_whatever.html 

I guess the name is regional.



[#] Mon Jul 18 2016 13:35:44 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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A coney? That's a rabbit. Rabbit stew.

[#] Mon Jul 18 2016 16:03:21 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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You mean like Welsh Rabbit? That doesn't have any rabbit in it at all. It's made with cheese.

[#] Fri Jul 22 2016 11:34:34 EDT from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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That anything like the White Rabbit?



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