Tomorrow is Free Slurpee Day at 7-Eleven

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Get ready to get your drink on! The 7-Eleven convenience store franchise is getting up there in age, and tomorrow will commemorate its 81st year in business. Despite the fact that we think every day can be free Slurpee day (listen, I’m not going to fill my Super Big Gulp cup with mystery Crystal Light flavor without having tasted a drop on my pinky,) tomorrow is your chance to celebrate the holiday and get a legitimately free Slurpee. This 11th day of the 7th month of the year, 7-Eleven is supplying the world with 7.11 ounce Slurpees, free of charge. Not excepting unauthorized free samples, this is the best Slurpee deal you’ll find, and there's no better timing, since the temperatures are slated to reach into the hundreds this week. Just make sure you don’t spill and get your brand new 3G iPhone all sticky.

-- Crow Jonah Norlander

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