Some people in El Paso have a particular craving for things others may find disgusting. For example, a lot of us have enjoyed dipping our fries in a chocolate frosty from Wendy's for quite some time now.

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That particular snack has been around for years now and some still enjoy ordering it from time to time. Another thing that some enjoy doing is putting a crap load of pepper in their ketchup to dip their fries in.

Now when I was pregnant I didn't really have weird cravings as some others may have had. The only craving I really developed was a need to eat a few packets of mustard either with or without a hot dog.

But that isn't as wild as a New York Yankees fan's craving called the "Glizzy Straw" that went viral recently. Someone at the Yankees baseball game secretly recorded a man transforming a hot dog weenie into a straw. You can watch the man fixing up his beer with his hotdog straw from the What's Trending (Sports) YouTube video below.

But that wasn't the weird part, the weird part was what he used the hot dog weenie straw for. The Yankees fan used his hot dog weenie as a straw to drink his beer at the game.

We have always been told to never judge a book by its cover which some people definitely did with this. I am a firm believer in the saying "don't knock it until you've tried it" and has me like a curious cat.

Out of all the El Paso Chihuahuas games I have attended, not once have I seen something like that happen. Plus, I never saw any weird combinations from some El Pasoans I happened to be sitting near.

I will be honest though, this kind of combo has me wondering and tempted to try it out myself. Please share if you would be down to try this nifty way of drinking beer or not in the poll below.

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