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June 21, 2018


Phanatic's flying hot dog leaves Phillies fan with facial injuries

(Thanks to Le Petomane, Steve K., Bill Carver and Al Barkafski)


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What exactly is the sound made when a hotdog shot from a cannon hits someone in the face?

Say "Phillie Phanatic's flying frankfurter fan facial" ten times.

The Phillies fans booed when they realized it hadn't knocked her out or killed her.

Good thing it wasn't a hollow point hot dog

"This is Les Nessman reporting from the football game here in The City of Brotherly Love.

"Just a minute, there is some sort of odd vehicle coming onto the field towing some strange creature in a trailer manning what looks to be a cannon.

"Yes, it is definitely a cannon and now it is being pointed to the crowd...

"Oh NO! The creature just fired the cannon. I can hear sirens in the distance. People are running and screaming.

" I--I can't go on ladies and gentlemen...Oh, the humanity!"

She's got a hematoma, but still says, "It gives people a good laugh, and if that makes somebody chuckle, then that's fine."

I was going to say 'Marcia, Marcia, Marcia', but instead: God bless you, Kathy McVay.

I saw "The Flying Hot Dogs" open for "The Flying Burrito Bros."

Why flying hot dogs? Everyone knows that hamburgers are not only more aerodynamically stable but can carry a larger payload.

The photo of the Phanitic appears a bit phallic.

Well everyone knows hot dogs aren't good for you.

If they're like most hotdogs at the ballparks I've been to, the duct tape would be an improvement in the taste department.

NC - My native Philadelphian wife completely agreed with you.

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