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Like I said, I previewed.
I have already posted this to my Twitter page, and here it is.
So tonight we're going to be picking on Lee three of these items, and that's it.
During this quarantine time, if there's ever been a positive in this, we're getting quite a few items like this pop up on the news feed quite often on Twitter on Facebook.
Social media where it's, you know, has a list of things like this.
Where it's sports players, it's ballpark items.
It's, you know, jerseys whenever you want.
You know, choose.
They've probably made selection of this.
So tonight we're going to be breaking down ballpark foods, and we can only pick three.
So I'm going to get right into this.
I've already heard from a few people on Twitter and from some group chats here, and I have a feeling that my choices air maybe not going to be that well received after hearing some thoughts from some people.
So that being said here is my top three.
My top three is going to begin no particular order, but going to begin with number three.
The old pizza pepperoni pizza is my favorite, actually.
And for those of you that are home towners, what roses.
You know, the local joint pizza joint is has been a long time sponsor of the Cincinnati Reds, so that is like a go to item for me with that we'll Rosa's pizza for, you know, Cincinnati Reds game.
So my first selection is number three.
My second is number four.
It's hard to get away from a ballpark, Frank.
I mean, it's in the name.
How do you have you select three of these items for a baseball game food and not select the hot dog? I feel like that's just that American tradition that you can't go away from.
So I personally am very plain.
I, like, just catch up on mine.
No mus****, not a huge fan of mus****.
So catch up on Lee.
Hot Dog can't go wrong there.
I will say this.
Don't unless you're really penny pension.
Don't go for the dollar hot dog option.
Those are rubber dogs.
Fork over the extra cash if the nice ballpark Frank and you can't go wrong there.
So that's just one little, you know, tidbit of advice.
I wanted to, you know, put in there is that I would fork over the extra cash and just go with the more expensive ballpark, Frank and not the dollar dogs that you can get at another concession stand that have probably been sitting out for months.
And they're serving it to you happily so that being said, that is my number two selection.
Like I said, no particular order, just kind of going 123 year.
So we went Pizza one, we went hot dog ballpark, Frank four, You know, with our number two selection, and then this one might surprise some people.
But I think I'm going to Josh.
Actually, the more I think about it, this is tough.
This is really tough.
I'll just tell you guys what? I'm narrowing it down to its between five and eight.
For me, I feel like peanuts are the Maur traditional classic ballpark selection, but I think I like soft pretzels.
Maur has to be with cheese.
I don't know what the choose.
I'll go with the Classic.
I'll go with the Classic five Peanuts salted peanuts.
Gotta gotta be with Shell.
Can't be without the show.
You can get a pretzel at any other type of sporting event.
Pretzel with cheese, that is, I'll stay.
I'll say right off the bat here.
Ah, lot of people are gonna be very disappointed with me for not choosing number two.
First of all, beer.
Alcohol is a must for most people going to a ball park.
My argument there is you spend like $8 for a beer in the stadium.
I would rather just go to a bar before the game, have some drinks, be able to enjoy myself before the game, had a little pre gaming activity and drink before the game, save a little bit of money during the game, go towards food.
And then by the time the game's worn off, you know, you you feel okay to drive those types of things.
So I'm thinking responsibly and I'm not a huge but your guy.
I would prefer a liquor drink anyways.
So although it is a very classic drink, yeah, the art house.
The art house right outside of the stadium there, Cincinnati Great American Ballpark, which, if you guys tuned in at the very beginning of this, that's my almost like my go to baseball screen saver type screenshot.
You noticed that was a great American ballpark. The Reds.
Beautiful, beautiful stadium miss it so much.
I wish we were able to go to games, but let's not get too depressed here and get to sidetracked.
I wanted to kind of point out what I'm why I'm not choosing certain things.
So that's why I didn't choose beer.
Get out of here dry.
You have to have a refreshment toe.
You know, just get the dryness out of your mouth.
If it's not super super buttery and it's just salty enough gets stuck in your teeth.
You have to bring flaw CE to a baseball game.
Who wants to do that? So not even close of a selection is popcorn for me Nachos.
I do enjoy me some good nachos, but here's why.
I'm not choosing nachos.
Inevitably, when you get nachos and cheese, they give you like this little thing of cheese, and they give you all the not shows they've ever made for the day.
They give you all of it's like they're giving away nachos.
They want to give those things out of the kitchen, so I don't like the ratio between the cheese and the nachos.
Inevitably, you're going toe use up all you know, 10 nachos and you've used up all your cheese.
And then what do you D'oh! You just have a dry, nacho, similar dilemma that we had with the popcorn option.
So not doing one explained why I would prefer to do two before the game and not during the game.
A Coke, I guess.
I'm not a big pop guy unless I'm mixing it with an alcoholic drink so it doesn't do a whole lot for me.
Number seven again.
It was a really, really tough call between five and eight, and the only reason I went with five was because I felt like it was a more traditional ballpark food.
With the peanuts and pretzels, you can get it just about any sporting event, I almost think feel like that's more of a football slash basketball vibe for the pretzel and cheese.
And then number nine.
I think those air just fries like Go to McDonald's.
Don't get fries in the ballpark unless you're getting loaded fries where it's like chili cheese fries or something.
Get the cheese and the chili on top.
Something like that would be good, but it still can't crack my top three. Top three.
You got to make some tough decisions.
You gotta narrow down.
So all in all, I'm pretty happy with my decision.
I went with number three.
Number four, number five.
Those are my top three ballpark foods.
I I have a feeling most of you are going to disagree with some of my selections and would have preferred a few others if you do.
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Yeah, I got I got a few more comments to 45 Yeah, I have a feeling to 45 It's gonna be a very popular choice.
That's probably the most popular choice.
So But I want a little untraditional with the pizza instead of the beer.
But it is what it is.
Teach their own.
I don't I don't fault you.
I don't fault you.
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