The incredibly popular Chicago hot dog stand "serving up chars and cheese fries with a side of insults" topped off with heavy doses of love, laughter and brilliance.

The Wieners Circle Hot Dog Stand

Wieners Circle via Facebook
Wieners Circle via Facebook
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The menu is simple and delicious and while almost nothing is more iconic than a Chicago-style hotdog, something else at The Wieners Circle definitely is...

The restaurant's tall marquee out front.

If you're on Instagram, when you search #WienersCircle, you aren't going to see tons of food pictures like you would with most other food joints. That doesn't mean people aren't fans of the food, it's because we're bigger fans of the messages the Wiener Circle puts on that sign.

Betty White often mentioned how much she loved eating hotdogs.

The Wieners Circle marquee on Clark Street in Chicago

 

Thought-provoking, insulting, funny, thoughtful, honest, eye-catching... all good words to describe most of the messages put on this sign.

This next message on the Wieners Circle sign is the one you'll find most often shared in other people's feeds.

Wieners Circle via Facebook
Wieners Circle via Facebook
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Chicago's least favorite NFL quarterback.

Before the McCaskey's fired Matt & Ryan 1.0, Wieners Circle shared the sentiment of ALL Chicago Bears fans.

Wieners Circle via Facebook
Wieners Circle via Facebook
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The Wieners Circle sign often proves that it's not WHAT you but HOW you say it that makes it stick with people.

Wieners Circle via Facebook
Wieners Circle via Facebook
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Wieners Circle via Facebook
Wieners Circle via Facebook
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YES! It sure did!

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