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Slots 'o Fun Dogs

SF Bay Area
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Slots 'o Fun Dogs

Are the famous dogs at Slots 'o Fun beef, pork or ... ?

Loveland Colorado
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1. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

rat- Just kidding!! LOL

Tampa, Florida
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2. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

I don't know what they are but they were darn good at 3 a.m. when we needed a little somethin' to soak up the beverages...hiccup!!!!

Reading PA
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3. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

I would doubt that they are All Beef. But they are good for both a prop photo and cheap food during a drinking binge.

wisconsin
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4. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

hoepfully not dog!!! lol

Carson City, Nevada
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5. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

I would have to be pretty drunk to eat somthing like that..lol

Cleveland
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6. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

Are they as big, disgusting and full of gristle as the Ho Dog?

Carson City, Nevada
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7. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

That is the rumor...my future son in law wanted one...and my daughter said..you eat that and you will not be kissing me!

Acton, Canada
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8. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

Mostly circus animal .. some filler

Las Vegas, Nevada
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9. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

Actually worse then the Ho dog.... hard to believe I know. They should be called Soggy Dogs – awful mushy texture.

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10. Re: Slots 'o Fun Dogs

On our last trip, I had been drinking a little but not enough to try the grayish/pinkish dog from SOF. Instead I decided on the "shrimp" cocktail. It was about 4 inches of celery and about 12 teeny tiny sea monkey sized shrimp. I ate the shrimp goo with a spoon (no way to spear the tiny little things with a fork). After we ate we needed to use the restroom and went elsewhere because we were concerned about the cleanliness of the bathrooms. It was a joke the rest of the trip that we would eat there but wouldn't use the restroom there. Long story short - be afraid, be very afraid.