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Old 03-10-2009, 01:30 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by JRMDC View Post

I have lived in the South and spent a fair amount of time in the midwest and a) I've never heard of a "side loader" and b) I'm not sure what the difference would be, other than rolling the bun over 90 degrees
Based on my experience, I would consider the "standard hot dog bun" to be a side loader, in the sense that when the bun is in the package, or sitting on its flat surface on the table (sans hot dog, of course), the slit cut into the bun is to the side. On the other hand, the traditional "New England style hot dog bun" when in the package or sitting flat on the table has the slit cut into the top (making it a top-loader, I suppose).

Now, what I want to know is if the bun is hotdog-less, would it's being open be cause for rejection from the database a la an open nose door?

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