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View Poll Results: Ranch Vs Bleu cheese
Bleu Cheese 112 77.78%
Ranch 30 20.83%
other 2 1.39%
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Old 11-14-2008, 06:08 AM   #1
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Default Bleu Cheese Vs Ranch

what is the only acceptable dip for hot wings? I myself, being raised in California, started out with ranch and stuck to it dogmatically(for some reason I have always thought of this as a west vs east thing). recently though I have seen the light and cannot even think about ruining my wings by dipping them in ranch.

so, what do you prefer? and, more importantly, WHY is one better than the other?

[I thought a nice lighthearted debate would be fun]

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Old 11-14-2008, 06:40 AM   #2
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I am from Buffalo, NY. Therefor, I am born an expert on this. Blue Cheese, and there is no alternative, NONE. So dont even think about dipping your wings in Ranch.

You people Disgust me with all this ranch nonsense!!!

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Old 11-14-2008, 06:45 AM   #3
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Bah, blue cheese tastes like ass soaked in feet. Ranch all the way! You Easterners are sick and wrong!

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Give us the blue cheese, and keep nasty wingses. They can go hide in the corner with the ranch dressing and other inedible foodstuffs.

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Evil, #1, your opinion doesnt count, but thats because your not from Buffalo. You guys call them "Buffalo Wings" for a reason.

Blue Cheese is like the best tasting ass soaked in feet that you will ever taste.
Oh yeah and for some reason, everywhere but buffalo has some nasty tasting wings. They must ship you guys the slightly retarded birds to use for wings or somethin.

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*WE* call them hotwings out here, because buffalo do not actually have wings! I make my own hot sauce to marinate them in and use a hacked up job of a recipe for KFC's 'secret recipe' for breading, it's quite tasty. And I love ranch, you can KEEP your bleu cheese. Don't you know what the blue is? It's mold! How could you consume ANYthing that's infested with microbes??

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I am a born westerner, and I say bleu cheese ftw! there is no replacement

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You probably eat it with that queer ass stalk of celery too. That's just wrong.

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Haha you guys dip your hot wings. If you can't handle the heat, maybe you should stick to KFC.

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I voted blue cheese before I read the part where it said I had to dip my wings in it.

I loves me some blue cheese.

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