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Nathans Hotdog eating contest

JEDI

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54 hot dogs in 12 min.. new record.. (old record was 53 set by the same person)

wow..

wonder how much professional eaters win in terms of $?
 

CrackRabbit

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:music:Today we salute you Mr. Hotdog eating contestant...:music:
Sorry first thing I thought of when I saw the thread.
 

Mo0o

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Starving african children should get in on this eating contest business.
 

Wnh5001

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i think they changed it to 53 and 3/4 as his score, >_<, i think i can only do like 10-15 hot-dogs >_<
 

mwtgg

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Originally posted by: CrackRabbit
:music:Today we salute you Mr. Hotdog eating contestant...:music:
Sorry first thing I thought of when I saw the thread.
"What does it take to eat two dozen hotdogs in twelve minutes? Determination, fortitute, and a complete disregard for what they actually put in a hot dog. How many times have we said, 'Sure, one hot dog is nice, but forty-seven more would really hit the spot'? What's for dessert? Nine pounds of antacids, one bleeding ulcer, and seven hours of a routine angioplasty."
 

CrackRabbit

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Originally posted by: mwtgg
Originally posted by: CrackRabbit
:music:Today we salute you Mr. Hotdog eating contestant...:music:
Sorry first thing I thought of when I saw the thread.
"What does it take to eat two dozen hotdogs in twelve minutes? Determination, fortitute, and a complete disregard for what they actually put in a hot dog. How many times have we said, 'Sure, one hot dog is nice, but forty-seven more would really hit the spot'? What's for dessert? Nine pounds of antacids, one bleeding ulcer, and seven hours of a routine angioplasty."
:music: My left arm feels tinglay!:music:
 

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