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Old 10-03-2012, 09:32 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Default Re: If WWE was a food outlet

Hell in a Shell and Chicken Finger Poke of Doom are the best so far.

My contributions:

D'Lo Brownies-the package says that unlike fake brownies, you're looking at the real deal now
Sexual Chocolate Chip Cookies-comes with white "Mae Young" option with macadamia nuts instead
Booker Tea-comes in delicious lemon, raspberry and mint flavors
Al Snowcones-they always come with extra head
Honky Tonk Spam-lots of southern spices
Junkyard Dogs-100% all beef, never frozen
Kaien-Pad-Thai-for those who enjoy Vietnamese
Baby Ryback Ribs-dry rubbed and cooked over Vince McMahon's special "YOU'RE FIRED" charcoal
Billy and Chuck Roast-Rico not included
Ri-Quiche-i-cooked golden brown just like the Samoan's skin
Kevin Nashbrowns-potatos baked so hard, they won't break, since that would be considered jobbing
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