If you still have them in your area, feel free to flaunt that fact.
-Doug Elrod (dr...@cornell.edu) (sigh)
> I haven't been able to find any Dr Pepper slurpees at 7-Eleven
> -Doug Elrod (dr...@cornell.edu) (sigh)
Ordinarily I try to stay away from slurpee machines, but you made me
I found Dr Pepper slurpee in Arlington Texas today, so one would presume
it's common throughout the D/FW area. This weekend I'll likely end up in
Wichita Falls and I'll check there.
Thanks for the info!
I was recently traveling through Seattle and took the opportunity to
check as many 7-Elevens as I could. None had the Dr Pepper slurpee.
Canada used to have them, I believe. Does anyone know if it's still
-Doug Elrod (dr...@cornell.edu)
Later that day when I was in Kansas City, Missouri (Northeast of state
and over the border) and needed gas, I went into a Conoco and saw it
again! This time it was a machine with "Frozen Dr Pepper" as the
machine name and shaped like a Frozen Dr Pepper and as a backlit
sign! Pepsi and Mountain Dew were second billing additional flavors
offered. Nice touch. I took a picture, of course. I noted this for
future visits and was one my way. I felt there really must be a
God...twice in a day.
It may be true that they have it in all/most locations. I found out
Conoco and Phillips 66 & 76 have merged. Check out their website for
alocaiton near you and let us know!