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    pig in a blanket?

    o.k my wife says that a hotdog in a biscuit is a pig in a blanket and I SAY its a suasage in a pancake whats youse guys answer?

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    Sausage in a pancack, everybody knows that.

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    everyone 'cept good ol suoth caclaky(south carolina thats where she from)

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    Personally, I wouldn't eat either of those. Gross.

    But I agree with your wife.

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    I argee wit the boys on this one

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    Originally posted by maguilagorilla
    everyone 'cept good ol suoth caclaky(south carolina thats where she from)
    I leave there right now and I just asked the woman and she said hot dog in a blanket. Actually her words were "crescent rolls raped around a hot dog and a piece of cheese"

    Go figure......

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    geez RAPED around she must really be into food hahaaha

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    LOL, shit I can't spell. Anyways I'll be damned, it was in one of our cookbooks. Mag, what city is your wife from?

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    what cookbook? the backwoods cookbook?lol shes from batesburg, not even a speck onthe map and apparently the only place on the earth where they dont know what the true meaning of apig in the blanket is.

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    She's from Greenville.

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    whos from greenville ? your wife? my wife is from a small one dog town called batesburg just sout of columbia right after lexington down highway 23 south, going towards aiken. i lived up there for awile worked in columbia but i had to come back to civilization man i couldnt take that assbackwards state any more hehe just said that cuzz my wife is right here next to me

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    Sausages in a pancake of course the only thing i order when i went IHOP. guess carolina's are different we came from NC my fiance says it's same thing as a corn dog..(a corn dog) go figure

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    whoa !! a corndog?!!? a corndog??! that is a whole other thread buddy!them carolinians sure are weird! we need to get to the bottom of this now, before it starts to spread!

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    Originally posted by maguilagorilla
    whoa !! a corndog?!!? a corndog??! that is a whole other thread buddy!them carolinians sure are weird! we need to get to the bottom of this now, before it starts to spread!


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    You Americans got some weird shit going on in the food department...

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    Originally posted by tigress
    Personally, I wouldn't eat either of those. Gross.

    But I agree with your wife.
    Ditto.

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    Excess, you agree about it being gross or what we already know that it is a suasage in apancake?

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    i mean c'mon it makes perfect sense suasage is pork (pig) and the pancake is the blanket a no brainer, wheron the other hand a hotdog is just that a hotdog.

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    My friend says that liquid in a glass is a beverage and I say that its a drink. Just kidding bro. My point is there could be many names for the same thing.

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    We always called them pigs in a blanket in N.Texas. Now in S. Texas they are called kolachi's (SP?)

    Sausage and cheese in a biskit called a kolachi. No idea where this name comes from. Is it Cajun, Mexican, anyone know??

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    My girlfriend is from greenville. I know what you mean Mag, I've been living in this shit hole for 2 yrs now, I'll be leaving as soon as I graduate. I lived in Charleston for a year or so which was pretty tight, beach, ass, historic shit. As much as I hate S.Carolina if I go to work at BMW or Lockhead, I'll stay. Greenville ain't that bad anyways.

    A corn dog comes from Hot Dog on a Stick at the mall with some lemonade.

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    We used to have "pigs in a blanket" for school lunches and it was a hot dog in a crescent roll. If you go to Denny's on the kids' menu they have "pigs in a blanket" as a sausage link wrapped in a pancake. So you both must be right.

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    Originally posted by Vegas Kid


    I leave there right now and I just asked the woman and she said hot dog in a blanket. Actually her words were "crescent rolls raped around a hot dog and a piece of cheese"

    Well I'm in Arkansas, and "crescent roll wrapped around a hotdog with cheese" is what we'd call "Pig in a Blanket" too. Unless you go to IHOP...

    Next question -- is "y'all" singular or plural? 'Round here, it's strictly plural.

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    Originally posted by Cousin Eddie
    We always called them pigs in a blanket in N.Texas. Now in S. Texas they are called kolachi's (SP?)

    Sausage and cheese in a biskit called a kolachi. No idea where this name comes from. Is it Cajun, Mexican, anyone know??
    Probably Polish or Czech. For some reason there seem to be a lot of Poles in South Texas.

    I remember all the travelling bands used to rave about the Czech Stop in West, TX. Well, I finally went there once, and thought that everything tasted like it came from a donut shop, nothing particularly ethnic about it.

    --dnb

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    NO!NO! we need to call only one way or everything thst we have come to know as acivilization will fall and crumble! and besides i cant let my wife know that she might be right! do you know what that would do to our mariage? Wait a sec...maybe she can be right that way she is mad at me leavesme alone and i get more time to workout!yeah !yeah!

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    Maguilla,
    Bro you are freakin hilarious !!
    Just for the record - I vote hot dog, wrapped in a crescent roll w/cheese.

    Let her win though, its future ammo !

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    hey, vegas! where are you going to school? aw man S.C sucked big time myrtle beach was alright but man i couldnt stand the people there,everything they do is ass backwards and then thry think its right ! man that really would piss me off good thing im back in good ole texas

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    I go to USC and thank god for football season. SEC is the best hands down. Every week I get to see a great game and get drunk.

    I don't hate SC as much as I used to. Comming from Vegas this was a culture shock like no other but you learn to deal with it. I don't like all the racisicm which is prevelant throughout these parts. Stick with your beliefs and leave me out of it.

    As for the pigs in a blanket: If Denny's and IHOP say it's a sausage in a pancake then that's what it is. End of story.

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    DAMN STRAIGHT!!

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    a pig in a blanket is a beenie weenie (hot dog) in a biscuit. where the hell are you people from ? c'mon......haha... i see those sausage in a pancake and i'm like ugh....how can people eat those. only pancakes and syrup, or fruit, but not meat.

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    heykeymastur yuo sure you from texas ? becuase we dont call them that down here! only backwards states like SC and NC call em that and now youve pushed the vote on her side thankis alot buddy! anyway i know that in my heart im right and YOURWRONG! hahaha

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    I always thought it was ground sausage wrapped in cabbage and cooked in tomato sauce. At least that is what it is up here.

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    Originally posted by maguilagorilla
    heykeymastur yuo sure you from texas ? becuase we dont call them that down here!
    hey, if my mom says that's what they are when she asks me if i want them for breakfast, then that's what they are, ok ???

    you don't want to mess with my mum, either.

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    GEEZ! alright already i guess i cant argue anymore or really i dont have an argument sinc the deck is against me oh well? let me see what else can i argue?? hmmm... the saga continues..

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    LOL

    ok bro i don't believe you got so may responses on this.
    yes, i know what a corn dog is, and yes my fiance was arguing this with me too. she was originally from greenville too then we moved to maggie valley, and gastonia. now she wont budge on this whole corn dog thing. so to stop arguing, and go along with her response i told her that a "pig in the blanket" is in fact a code for when it's time to get our freaky deaky on when later on in the night if the little ones are around.
    (i'm spineless, and have to let her win)

    maybe this will help you out bro with your quest of pork products:


    IHOP Signature Breakfasts:
    Pigs in Blankets: Four savory pork sausage links tucked into four tasty buttermilk pancakes

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    according to the I.H.O.P foundation (international house of pancakes ) Pigs in Blankets = Four savory pork sausage links tucked into four tasty buttermilk pancakes.

    http://www.ihop.com/menus/breakfast.htm
    Last edited by RageControl; 08-19-2002 at 08:08 PM.

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    cresent roll,hotdog,cheese......pig in a blanket yuuummmmmmmm!

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    yeah!yeah! code for freaky deaky!muuuuhaaahaha!! sounds great that way she gets what she wants and more importantly i get what I want! HAHAHAHA!!!

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    a pig in a blanket is a HOT DOG IN A BISCUIT! Doesn't everyone know that?

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    hey!! who let her in here!!??

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