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Old 03-08-2013, 05:48 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by axel89 View Post
I've never seen someone sell hot dogs in india are you from the north?
Yep, North, folks used to buy the long buns, and the frankfurters or whatever they are called, boil or fry them, and serve them with some very very sharp mustard called Weikfield (a powder that you have to mix water with). This only happened for Wimbly which was the only tennis to be shown in the 70;s when there was only one channel on telly. So often the end of the final match was interrupted by the 9:45 pm news and we had to wait 20 minutes for the sports portion to hear who won the match

^^ We weren't much into ketchup.

edit: gavna - that was a very interesting story, beats my hotdog story
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