Oh thank heaven.
Arlo hoping for a Slurpee later???
Not the first time you’ve had a Big Gulp Janis?
They’d sell a lot more slushies if there was wine in the machine
We should celebrate convenience stores.
I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; the slurpee capital of the world!
Must be something more than water in there. He sure is worried about spilling it!
Way too big… the free cups are 7.11 oz
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.
It’s a BIG GULP!! LOL
7-11 wine? Does it have a Ripple effect?
I live in Wawa country (New Jersey). 7-11’s in this area are disappearing, losing out to the far superior company.
Today is National 7~11 day. Thank you Mr J for honoring this icon. Free slurpees today.
I’m here scratching my head over this; I live in Pennsylvania, where convenience stores don’t sell alcohol
Big gulp cups.
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
Seven Eleven recently closed hundreds of small town markets, so enjoy it while you can!
the “BIG GULP!”
Arlo never misses a chance to commemorate any holiday or event.
I once bought a sprite slushie that tasted like it had rum in it.
Can’t remember the last 7-11 I saw.
those two reprobates will use any excuse for a private party
An ice-cold Big Gulp™ chardonnay sounds pretty good right about now …
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.
He is doing a better job than I would be carrying that tray with filled glasses on it.
We have a fast food place (Spangles) that serves mixed drinks (as in, liquor). None at the drive-thru, however.
the Majority of 7-11’s are in Japan//they keep guns in Store 24 & Lil General
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.)