Discussion in 'Members Zone' started by ESisback, Apr 19, 2021.
Hell, I have 2 TV's and live alone just in case I really hate what I'm watching.
I have 3. The third one's in the spare room, not hooked up, and I watch it when I'm sick of TV.
My TV gets sad when I yell at it!
Absurdity updates? Hooters for Runny? Bangers and Mash with London? Any Hugh Hefner tales from the Grand Poobah? How about Gipper chasing hooligans out of the yard? Hey Cap’n, still pantless?
Young people are lazy. Unmotivated.
Parents, for Bog's sake quit buying your kids everything they want, they have no drive at all.
Hey, stay on topic. This is a thread......Never mind.
Hey, you got that reversed. The PJG begins their posts with Never mind!
You know what's funny? Some people won't pigs because they're nasty and will eat anything. And yet, chickens are even worse about eating anything.
I feed my chickens bacon!
It cuts out the middle man when you're making a sandwich!
What’s everyone’s favorite sandwich?
I have several contenders...
Smoked Brisket @ Arby’s
Bacon King @ Burger King
Toasted cheese sandwich
Sausage McGriddle w/ Cheese
Big Kahuna Burger
Peanut Butter and Jelly
Limburger, red onion, hot mustard on rye
Home made sausage & cheddar on multigrain bread
Steak sandwich with a Bloody Mary
Honey maple ham, jalapeño and cayenne cheddar cheese, roasted peppers, and mayo, on an olive oil baguette.
Italian beef sandwich with au jus sauce
Philly cheesesteak sandwich (with no peppers)
Hook and Ladder from Firehouse Subs.
And for those of us who've never heard of Firehouse Subs, that would be...?
Pastrami on Rye from the Stage Deli
The Hot Sicilian
That last one should be first as that's a "hanker for" sandwich if there ever was one, created by Nick Cantone's in Harrisburg. The Hoagie bun is toasted and then layered with ham, salami, hot and sweet cappicola, pepperoni, bacon and a slice of provolone with Dijon mustard and warmed in the oven. It is truly as great in that last bite, with tears, as the very first.
ES, you should put this sandwich thread out in the OTZ
I guess it's a sandwich chain in the south? I thought it was well known.
It's a cool story, actually started by fireman.
I got Philly cheesesteaks there for my wife and I when they first opened in Dallas and we both got sick, I never went back.
For a sub, I like Jersey Mike's.