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Hey, I love a good weiner in my mouth! And the proper chicago style hot dog is always a kosher-style, all-beef frankfurter.FireAlarmPoet wrote:Or one with green shit on it for that matter.
They're all made from elephant testicles and eagle toes anyways; any way you slice it, you're gonna end up with dick in your mouth.
Really, the biggest debate/argument/fight I've found myself in at noiseguide so far is in the "food" section. Of course its an argument that revolves around weiners, so i guess that's okay.
Yeah, I tend to just ignore mayo on a hot dog, as being sort of "just too weird to even be offensive" And hey, a happy penis in a bun, well, I spose there ain't too much wrong with that. Besides, having never in my life actually tried such a thing, I don't feel I entirely have the right to judge.Rev Bucky wrote:Hell, think of a weiner slathered with mayo, that's kind of blatantly symbolic, not that there's anything wrong with that!amishrobots wrote:look, at the very least think of the symbolism; I mean who wants a bloody looking weiner in they mouth?
Is mayo on hot dogs some sort of belgian thing? Should we put catsup on waffles to retaliate?
I think I'll never understand where hot dog purists are coming from with the fucking ketchup thing, though as a burgeoning foodie I'm sure there are things I consider an abomination that others wouldn't get at all. But I kind of feel like y'all are nuts. I'd like to try a Chicago dog in theory, but since I don't like about half the ingredients (onions, relish), it won't happen. I will concede that mustard is best and ketchup not so good on a hot dog cooked on a grill or roasted over a campfire, or of course the ol' burnt weenie sandwich. The taste of the mustard goes really well with the crunchy blackened caramelized goodness, the same way it does with bacon. *
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