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3 hours ago, not on the rug said:

It's Taylor brand pork roll.  Just look at the package.  Pork roll is the product.  Taylor is the brand.  Anyone who believes otherwise is clearly either braindead or illiterate.   

Example:  Kleenex brand tissues.  Tissue is the product.  Kleenex is the brand.  Although some morons refer to all facial tissue as Kleenex.  I'm perplexed by these simpletons as well

One more for the slow crowd: Coke/Pepsi.  Those are brand names for a product called soda.  There are places on this planet that refer to all soda as "coke"

You're confusing us with facts..... when we run on emotions !

 

AND FURTHERMORE ! ! ! !

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, RPK0620 said:

You're confusing us with facts..... when we run on emotions !

 

AND FURTHERMORE ! ! ! !

 

 

 

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"Never let the truth get in the way of a good story." -Mark Twain

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Its clearly Pork Roll.. It even says "Pork Roll" on the TAYLOR Brand box. Give it up T.H crowd. You lose.

 

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Taylor ham/ porkroll. Jacuzzi/ whirlpool tub, Band Aid/adhesive bandage. Brand name/ product. I can go on forever who really cares

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4 minutes ago, NotJust22s said:

Taylor ham/ porkroll. Jacuzzi/ whirlpool tub, Band Aid/adhesive bandage. Brand name/ product. I can go on forever who really cares

Nothern nj guys and southern NJ guys duh. 😂

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2 hours ago, Haskell_Hunter said:

You're saying some trashy tourist thing is the official last word?

If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor....

All the cool kids eat Taylor ham.  You one-toothed poor kids with sister-mothers eat pork roll.

Got no skin in the game. Only posting what I saw. Lol. And leave my sister, cousin, ex girlfriend out of this! 

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It's Taylor brand pork roll.  Just look at the package.  Pork roll is the product.  Taylor is the brand.  Anyone who believes otherwise is clearly either braindead or illiterate.   
Example:  Kleenex brand tissues.  Tissue is the product.  Kleenex is the brand.  Although some morons refer to all facial tissue as Kleenex.  I'm perplexed by these simpletons as well
One more for the slow crowd: Coke/Pepsi.  Those are brand names for a product called soda.  There are places on this planet that refer to all soda as "coke"

It really is this simple


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I think maybe the Sussex county hillbillies like to call it

Taylor Ham,because it sounds fancier than Pork Roll.:tooth:

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Posted (edited)

Saw this on the turnpike . You can try and argue but a picture says 1000 words...

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Yup, its the Taylor Trucking Company delivering PORK ROLL ! ! ! ! ! :happywave:

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What’s confusing RPK? Case pork roll taste better than Taylor Ham pork roll. Either way it’s still called pork roll! 

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