The Real Cost of Eating 72 Hot Dogs Like Joey Chestnut Did on July 4
Now THAT’s a title that caught my eye. Can you imagine? 72 hot dogs?!
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Anyway, this article The Real Cost of Eating 72 Hot Dogs Like Joey Chestnut Did on July 4 is as entertaining as it is informative. I suppose Joey has earned a “congratulations“. More power to him, I suppose.
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