The following comments are from 7-Eleven before a change in ownership and staff in mid-2012.

2007-06-15 17:49:27   I went to get a slurpee a friend today. My friend thought the guy said $1.29 instead of $1.39, so he gave him $1.30. Then the cashier slammed the coins on the counter and said, "Hey!" giving us a really dirty look. We apologized, but he was extremely rude even after we gave another dime. —JonasMari

2007-07-01 22:54:43   I saw tons of pictures on of 7-Eleven stores being converted into Kwik-E-Marts from The Simpsons! They look so cool! They should do the Davis store too!—Jedron

2007-07-11 20:34:29   i went to get free slurpies today and the guy was really unhappy I wanted seconds, but the first time I poured it was all cherry and it's a small cup and I wanted to try the other flavors and I got more, but they kinda asked us to leave. —PxlAted

2007-07-11 23:20:24   7-11 has hot hotdogs until 2AM. Not a bad place to get a late-night snack.

Also, appreciate the very old (1960s? 70s?) font on the sign on the building—it's slanted forward and slopes upwards. And the "7" itself is a bit more robust. The old-style sign, the lack of gas pumps, and the classic car wash across the street give it a vintage feel rarely experienced when shopping at a 7-11. —TedBuehler

2010-07-12 02:49:42   I will have to remember the free Slurpee day for next year. I have never heard of this before now and I live right down the street. I do like the Slurpees (any Fanta Flavor) but rarely get them... sugar sugar sugar... But hey, a free serving once a year can't hurt. —WesOne

2011-04-15 01:31:25   Is it just me or can no one else understand what the heck the cashier says? Every I pay for my slurpee, I just smile and nod when he talks to me because I can't decipher his thick accent! —HermanChan