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The Weiners Circle

Have you heard of The Weiners Circle?

The Wieners Circle is a hot dog stand in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. It is famous for four things: its signature Chicago-style hot dogs, hamburgers and cheese fries, and the mutual verbal abuse between the employees and the customers during the late-weekend hours. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wieners_Circle

I came across this surfing the web - I thought the Soup Nazi was bad, he's nothing compared to these people. Take a look!
http://laughingsquid.com/jack-mcbrayer-triumph-the-insult-dog-take-on-the-weiners-circle/

I'm thinking this might just be the place to go if you had a bad day and you're hating the world at the moment. You get to verbally abuse some people you don't know and they're okay with it. Actually, I think it's a prerequisite to eat there. But, you better have thick skin because they're giving it back to you until you're ready to walk away. I have to admit - I love it! ( I was thinking some of them might be family)

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