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Mind you, even if I was born and raised in DELCO, I'd be in good company with a LOT of well known Philly writers who grew up writing WP next to their shit.

A LOT of actual well known writers in the graff world even outside of Philly.

A LOT of dudes, who if I stooped to your level, most of these 12oz people would recognize their names.

I'm not ashamed to have spent a couple years in DELCO at all.

I met some really good people, and fucked some really tight pussy there.

Who did Montgomery county ever put out?

Maybe you and Bambu?

Please continue throwing rocks from your glass house.

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Dao the type of nigga to constantly talk about all the pussy he crushes so you don't think he is homo.

 

I'm more like the type of nigga to punch you in the face, then skip out on your child support payments.

 

 

*DAO

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Mind you, even if I was born and raised in DELCO, I'd be in good company with a LOT of well known Philly writers who grew up writing WP next to their shit.

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White Power?

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No, I lived in Delware County PA for like 2 years and this nigga who grew up in Montgomery county PA thinks that's dirt on me.

Even though he actually grew up in Montgomery county.

 

If he really did his homework, He'd know that I was actually born in another country due to my pops being in the military.

Which almost cancels my Philly "citizenship" as much as his.

 

I might actually have somebody film our encounter next time I'm in Philly.

 

Average military tour 2-3 years. If I had to guess, DAOs dad did a tour near there, maybe FT Dix when he was around 16-18. Which would explain why DAO reps Philly.

 

But what I also think is that DAO did not grow up there and moved before and after those 2 years in PA.

I always wondered why he lives in TX now, this explains it. He is closer to family. I bet he is near a base there too.

 

DAO is a military brat who moved a lot when he was growing up. Philly is probably the closest place he has to claim as where he is from, since that was where he was when he learned about pussy.

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Dao the type of nigga to threaten physical violence as a veiled effort to have physical intimacy with another man and then talk about crushing pussy hoping that will disguise his obvious homo desires.

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Average military tour 2-3 years. If I had to guess, DAOs dad did a tour near there, maybe FT Dix when he was around 16-18. Which would explain why DAO reps Philly.

 

But what I also think is that DAO did not grow up there and moved before and after those 2 years in PA.

I always wondered why he lives in TX now, this explains it. He is closer to family. I bet he is near a base there too.

 

DAOLGEBRA

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Meat

 

The meat traditionally used is thinly sliced rib-eye or top round, although other cuts of beef are also used.On a lightly oiled griddle at medium temperature, the steak slices are quickly browned and then scrambled into smaller pieces with a flat spatula. Slices of cheese are then placed over the meat, letting it melt, and then the roll is placed on top of the cheese. The mixture is then scooped up with a spatula, pressed into the roll, and cut in half.

Common additions include sautéed onions, peppers, mushrooms, mayonnaise, hot sauce, salt, pepper and ketchup.

 

Bread

In Philadelphia, most cheesesteak places use Amoroso or Vilotti-Pisanelli rolls. One source writes that "a proper cheesesteak consists of provolone or Cheez Whiz slathered on an Amoroso roll and stuffed with thinly shaved grilled meat," while a reader's letter to an Indianapolis magazine, lamenting the unavailability of good cheesesteaks, wrote that "the mention of the Amoroso roll brought tears to my eyes." After commenting on the debates over types of cheese and "chopped steak or sliced," Risk and Insurance magazine declared "The only thing nearly everybody can agree on is that it all has to be piled onto a fresh, locally baked Amoroso roll."

 

Cheese

Cheez Whiz, provolone, and American cheese are the most commonly used cheeses.

White American cheese along with provolone cheese are the favorites due to the mild flavor and medium consistency of American cheese. Some places pre-melt the American cheese to achieve the creamy consistency, while others just put freshly cut slices over the meat, letting it melt slightly under the heat. Philadelphia Inquirer restaurant critic Craig LaBan says "Provolone is for aficionados, extra-sharp for the most discriminating among them." Geno's late owner, Joey Vento, said, "We always recommend the provolone. That's the real cheese."

 

Cheez Whiz, first marketed in 1952, was not yet available for the original 1930 version, but has spread in popularity. A 1986 New York Times article called Cheez Whiz "the sine qua non of cheesesteak connoisseurs."

 

 

Cliff Notes: Dao puts cheeze wiz on his Cheesesteakz

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