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During a tour of the revamped Kyle Field on Thursday Texas A&M gave the media a sneak peek at their new 4-foot, 12-pound hot dog called the "12-pound Slovacek Aggie Dog"...
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Errerrerrwere106 months
What's wrong with these people?
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Mr. Hangover106 months
Oh look, it's Chavis' signing bonus
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mark65mc106 months
Best part about it is that it's double ended.
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Cheese Grits106 months
Larry, you are lifting my stuff right off the Rant, where is the love man, where is the love?
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3nOut106 months
#noshamehere.
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monsterballads106 months
at LSU tailgates you have jambalaya, etoufee, blackened gator, pastalaya, whole hog pulled pork etc...

in aggieland, you have an overcompensating giant weiner.
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HonoraryCoonass106 months
The jokes write themselves.
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fr33manator106 months
Aggies are the wurst...
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GeeOH106 months
They could have paid off the $400k that Chavis owes us, but Nooooooo, the hoemeauxs wanted more wiener to suck on
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GTSwarms106 months
How many jars can this dog produce?
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Chicken106 months
WHY???

*** looks up to the heavens with arms raised ***
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Upperdecker106 months
Damn this was too easy. Now we know why Chavis went to Aggieland. Big wiener in his mouth
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RightHook106 months
a yell leader's dream
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mkibod1106 months
This fruit is hanging waaaaay too low. On another note, Slovaceks is the kitties titties.
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Grit-Eating Shin106 months
How do they decide who gets to cram that up their butt first? Do top donors get priority?
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DByrd2106 months
Imagine that... Aggy wanting big wieners.
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Hester Carries106 months
Im lazy and dont feel like fully constructing the joke but:

-Aggies are gay
-Big wieners
-In their mouths
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