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« Reply #15 on: April 09, 2018, 09:51:21 am »


It's like Coney Islander....even though they are terrible coney's, sometimes ya just gotta have one of those little gut bombs!!

When I was at OSU, I went to Coney on the strip once or twice a week. (or at least it seemed that way)  When we moved back into Tulsa about three years ago, I was really excited to take my son to the Coney on Peoria. I had built it up pretty solid to him, and we both went in ready to do some damage to some Coneys.  And it was terrible.  I don't know if nostalgia got the better of me or what, but I've never been back.
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« Reply #16 on: April 09, 2018, 12:45:14 pm »

When I was at OSU, I went to Coney on the strip once or twice a week. (or at least it seemed that way)  When we moved back into Tulsa about three years ago, I was really excited to take my son to the Coney on Peoria. I had built it up pretty solid to him, and we both went in ready to do some damage to some Coneys.  And it was terrible.  I don't know if nostalgia got the better of me or what, but I've never been back.


That is how it has been since at least the early 60's, when I first started going there.  Still, I do have to go back from time to time... it is compelling.  Like In-N-Out and White Castle....

I view it as a "soul cleansing" experience!

Or something....

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