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Please bear with me. In my ever constant attempt to provide mankind with the answer to achieve world peace, certain questions must be asked and their answers fully understood. As we all know, in the history of mankind, certain issues are recognized as being world changing issues of the utmost importance. One of them, I feel is at the very top, the zenith of that list and must be answered in order to better understand our fellow human beings. You've all probably heard the story of Adam and Eve. But what you haven't heard is the real behind the scenes story. You see, it wasn't the damn apple that Eve ate that really pissed off God. It was when Adam put ketchup on that damn hotdog he ordered. I mean everyone knows that commandment 10a states, "Thou shalt not put ketchup on hotdogs.". In order for humankind to progress forward towards a more peacefull and fullfilling future I pose the following question. Do you put ketchup on your hotdog???? Your response will be appreciated as I'm sure it will greatly contribute to the betterment of manking.

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Yes.
(to the question at hand, not to eve on the rag.... gross. Im never putting ketchup on my hot dog again... thank you...)
and no relish thank you very much.

What I don't understand is the need for people to add pickles, cucumber and relish to the beautiful thing just laying in the bun. Why to we screw with that? Isnt it bad enough that we need to add ketchup? Sometimes mustard??

Geeesh.


Wow. I sure am glad someone had the nads to bring this up.


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Re: Important question, please respond...

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Please bear with me. In my ever constant attempt to provide mankind with the answer to achieve world peace, certain questions must be asked and their answers fully understood. As we all know, in the history of mankind, certain issues are recognized as being world changing issues of the utmost importance. One of them, I feel is at the very top, the zenith of that list and must be answered in order to better understand our fellow human beings. You've all probably heard the story of Adam and Eve. But what you haven't heard is the real behind the scenes story. You see, it wasn't the damn apple that Eve ate that really pissed off God. It was when Adam put ketchup on that damn hotdog he ordered. I mean everyone knows that commandment 10a states, "Thou shalt not put ketchup on hotdogs.". In order for humankind to progress forward towards a more peacefull and fullfilling future I pose the following question. Do you put ketchup on your hotdog???? Your response will be appreciated as I'm sure it will greatly contribute to the betterment of manking.

Thank you for your patience,

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no ketchup on chicago style hotdogs and definately under no circumstances sauerkraut.

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no ketchup on chicago style hotdogs and definately under no circumstances sauerkraut.

What about kraut on a brat??? now that some tasty shit!!
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Hotdog... nope!

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no catsup if its chicago style. backyard barbeque, yes.

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What about kraut on a brat??? now that some tasty shit!!
only if you're up in wisconsin.
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I put everything on my hot diggity dog. Hot dog with sour cream, yummy!! Hot dog with spaghetti sauce, even betta.

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First let me just laugh

Now to answer:
I never put any ketup, mustard, onions (yuck to all-btw) on my cheeseburgers, hot dogs, steaks, or hell even on my fries. I love the taste of my food without that extra crap added to it. It may sound boring, but it's tasty that way.
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I put everything on my hot diggity dog. Hot dog with sour cream, yummy!! Hot dog with spaghetti sauce, even betta.






my stomach seriously did flips when I read that....
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Not only ketchup but plenty of onions too!!!!!!!!!
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hahaha, Chuck you kill me.

Yeah, I put ketsup on my hot dogs.... unless they are chili dogs.

Corndogs, I only use mustard.... maybe mayo.

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my stomach seriously did flips when I read that....
It could be possible that they tasted so damn good cause i was drunk.

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It could be possible that they tasted so damn good cause i was drunk.

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SloRoll.... if it helps any... my kids will only eat their hot dogs cut into slices, no bun, and my older refuses ketchup. My little one would eat ketchup out of the bottle I think. My sister, ketchup, mustard and mayo on the bun, same with my mom... my dad.. cheesewhiz. nothing but cheesewhiz. My hubby, ketchup too. I think. Geez... I suppose I ought to pay better attention. What the hell kinda wife am I????????

Anyway. Hope this helps.
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My 10 year old boy has his hotdogs with ketchup ONLY. I mean, if God wanted them covered in tomato sauce, they'd have been called Italian sausages.

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I like my hotdogs with Mac n Cheese. That's gourmet preschool casserole!

I like 'em with those dried porkrinds you find behind Planned Parenthood...
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But seriously, I've found that when you look at the items in a culture's faire that contain unappetizing parts of an animal (like the aforesaid Lips N Assholes Links) you'll find a lot of doctoring up. Case in point: the best soup broth I've ever tasted was in Poland in "Flaczki" or "Flaki" soup. The word literally means "Guts". It was intestines, but the rest of the soup was AWESOME.

Hotdogs I think must have traditionally gotten doctored up because they're a link of ground up rats, pig nutsack, and...uh..."sphincter." Obviously, you're putting all that shit on it to make it palleatable.


To go with the Planned Parenthood Porkrinds...
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Yeah, Catsup, Ketchup whatever....fancified tomato product...but I usually don't order it that way and put it on myself. I go with the mustard, onions and sport peppers, then add my own tomato stuff.

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But seriously, I've found that when you look at the items in a culture's faire that contain unappetizing parts of an animal (like the aforesaid Lips N Assholes Links) you'll find a lot of doctoring up. Case in point: the best soup broth I've ever tasted was in Poland in "Flaczki" or "Flaki" soup. The word literally means "Guts". It was intestines, but the rest of the soup was AWESOME.

Hotdogs I think must have traditionally gotten doctored up because they're a link of ground up rats, pig nutsack, and...uh..."sphincter." Obviously, you're putting all that shit on it to make it palleatable.


To go with the Planned Parenthood Porkrinds...


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Yes Rachael, please stay on topic. This is one of the most important threads ever posted on this site. Now, back to the important topic at hand.

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So when is the inaugual CLSB festival of cased meats?

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So when is the inaugual CLSB festival of cased meats?
See what I mean. Answers to simple questions like this can lead to a coming together of humankind for the express purpose of fun and enjoyment instead of bullets and bombs.

Hmmmmmmm......cased meat festival.........

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I love mustard & ketchup on my Hot Dog. I know you're not supposed to put ketchup on a Chicago Hot Dog, but I do.

Except when I go to Gene & Judes.

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See what I mean. Answers to simple questions like this can lead to a coming together of humankind for the express purpose of fun and enjoyment instead of bullets and bombs.

Hmmmmmmm......cased meat festival.........
yes, I'll bring the Ketchup...



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