Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for July 11, 2022

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    alasko  7 months ago

    Oh thank heaven.

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    alasko  7 months ago

    Arlo hoping for a Slurpee later???

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    alasko  7 months ago

    Not the first time you’ve had a Big Gulp Janis?

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    C  7 months ago

    They’d sell a lot more slushies if there was wine in the machine

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  7 months ago

    We should celebrate convenience stores.

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    Kitty Queen  7 months ago

    I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; the slurpee capital of the world!

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    Tyge Premium Member 7 months ago

    Must be something more than water in there. He sure is worried about spilling it!

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    yoda1234  7 months ago

    Way too big… the free cups are 7.11 oz

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    Lucy Rudy  7 months ago

    I went to 7-11 at 7:11 am one year and bought a lottery ticket. Most I ever won – $10. Not a regular player, though.

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    loonygardener  7 months ago

    It’s a BIG GULP!! LOL

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    nosirrom  7 months ago

    7-11 wine? Does it have a Ripple effect?

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    WaitingMan  7 months ago

    I live in Wawa country (New Jersey). 7-11’s in this area are disappearing, losing out to the far superior company.

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    annefackler61  7 months ago

    Today is National 7~11 day. Thank you Mr J for honoring this icon. Free slurpees today.

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    xmudman  7 months ago

    I’m here scratching my head over this; I live in Pennsylvania, where convenience stores don’t sell alcohol

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    jonesbeltone  7 months ago

    Big gulp cups.

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    timbob2313 Premium Member 7 months ago

    I have not even seen a 7-11 in 20 years. Never saw one in San Antonio Texas(lived there from May 2003 to Aug 2017), and so far(moved here in Aug 2017) haven’t seen one in Eastern Oklahoma

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    trainnut1956  7 months ago

    Seven Eleven recently closed hundreds of small town markets, so enjoy it while you can!

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    timzsixty9  7 months ago

    the “BIG GULP!”

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    TemporaryKing  7 months ago

    Arlo never misses a chance to commemorate any holiday or event.

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    vacman  7 months ago

    I once bought a sprite slushie that tasted like it had rum in it.

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    Nicki's ZoMcYo  7 months ago

    Can’t remember the last 7-11 I saw.

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    Sir Isaac  7 months ago

    those two reprobates will use any excuse for a private party

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    RWill  7 months ago

    An ice-cold Big Gulp™ chardonnay sounds pretty good right about now …

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    slelareader  7 months ago

    Uncle Julio’s bar in Chicago has a drink made of frozen margarita and frozen sangria swirled together in glass like soft serve ice cream Excellent.

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    j.l.farmer  7 months ago

    He is doing a better job than I would be carrying that tray with filled glasses on it.

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    ms-ss  7 months ago

    We have a fast food place (Spangles) that serves mixed drinks (as in, liquor). None at the drive-thru, however.

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    BRICKPART Premium Member 7 months ago

    the Majority of 7-11’s are in Japan//they keep guns in Store 24 & Lil General

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    mafastore  7 months ago

    I remember the first 7-11 I saw. It opened in our community when I was maybe 10 years old. My dad explained that their name was because they were open from 7 am to 11pm – longer than other stores are. (Long before they went to 24 hours obviously – and the reason they have locks on their doors.)

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