Linda G. Hill

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One-Liner Wednesday – Really Texas?

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Sometimes you have to travel to discover cultural differences in faraway places; sometimes you can learn right in your own kitchen ~

hot dog

(click on the image to read the label)

~ then there are those things you really have to question…

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The rules that I’ve made for myself (but don’t always follow) for “One-Liner Wednesday” are:

1. Make it one sentence.

2. Make it either funny or inspirational.

Have fun!

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53 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Really Texas?

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  2. That’s almost as good as the Kosher ham thing a few years ago…

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  5. maybe it’s a different kind of hot dog buns hehehe….

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  7. Well that was a relief. Before I clicked as instructed, I thought the image looked like babies squashed in plastic bags…… :-/

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  10. Living in Texas I would swear those are hamburger buns

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  11. That is too funny Linda – I bought an identical package yesterday at Loblaws and it is sitting on my counter as we speak.

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    • Mine came from an Independent, so yeah, Loblaws brand no-name. 😛 That’s funny. Did you notice it before you bought it? I didn’t. I just looked at the shape of the buns.

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      • I did actually – the word “Texas” is often used to suggest something is bigger (Texas toast, Texas burger, Texas buns), I have learned to ignore it. That special is just for Canada Day week–those buns are normally $2.39 to $3.00. It’s a good deal. And mine were super fresh – i would guess only hours old. Happy Canada Day!

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  12. Whatever else some may accuse Texans of, you can’t accuse them of not having a sense of humor ! God bless Texas!

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  16. Those Texas-style hot dog buns look perfect for having Canadian bacon on them.

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  19. From what I’ve heard, everything is bigger in Texas.
    These are for cross-sectional slices of their hot dogs.

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  21. These days, I don’t hear too many people accusing Texans of being smart.

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