Piranha solution is nasty stuff. Composed of part sulfuric acid and part hydrogen peroxide, it eats through most organic matter with ease, and this hot dog shows that it’s frighteningly good at its job. So why does this video have some Explosions In The Sky-type post-rock music playing over it?
Don’t ask me why there needs to be lettuce in a hot dog or what kind of dark red sauce they’re squirting (*gasp* if it’s ketchup), but it’s still cutely impressive to use a giant machine like an excavator to make something as silly as a hot dog. The dexterity of the giant claw puts our little human fingers to shame.
As delicious as the court jester of the sausage world can be, fast food hot dogs are rarely worth the asking price. Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s have come up with an elegant solution to this age-old problem—they’ve turned the hot dog into a topping.
You would think that you could only do so much with golf trick shots but David Kalb, trick shot extraordinaire, takes it to another level. He rigs his trick shots so they have to be absolutely perfect because they eventually turn into Rube Goldberg machines that can make hot dogs and create flaming watermelon heads.
What are the United States' best regional foodstuffs? Its worst? These are the questions that bedevil the mind of man—but no longer! For here, we have ranked them. Rigorously scientific (not), ardently researched (nope), and scrupulously fair (not even a little bit): this is the Great American Menu!
Mmm, hot dogs; massively unhealthy but deeply satisfying. Sadly, previous attempts to remove some of their saturated fat have resulted in some repellent, rubbery snacks. Now, scientists are pumping cellulose into hot dogs to try and make them healthier while maintaining their texture.
I have no idea why someone made a video of a Batman being eaten by a giant hot dog, nor can I explain why I find it so mesmerizing. Maybe it's the ominous glowing mustard? All I can say is that, in the hot dog kaiju's defense, Batman struck first:
Hot dogs. Juicy, succulent, mouth savoring meat. A pink mixed mash of deliciousness. See hot dog, want hot dog, eat hot dog. That's what I think, at least. I might have to think twice though. Some truly disgusting stuff is sometimes found in a hotdiggity.
You, my friend, are eating a sad hot dog. Why? Cause if you're not using the Happy Hot Dog Man to make the perfect cuts and slices to turns your dog into a little human character, you're doing it wrong.
What I would give to wrap my legs around a big purple sausage...oh sorry, you just caught me daydreaming about Nienke Klunder's rocking hot dog sculpture. Isn't it fantastic? Apparently eight were made from fiberglass, aluminium, leather, maple wood and chrome; the purposes of which are unknown. [Nienke Klunder via …
While I've always preferred encapsulating my hot dogs in a black crust of carcinogens prior to ingestion, there are others of you who prefer a slow roasted wiener...preferably involving a spaceship in some way.
Hot dog maker Hatfield constructed a hot dog launcher with the help of the Philly Phanatic, famous weirdo mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies, for use during Phillies games. And now, in a fit of boredom and comedic inspiration, they've released a "documentary" detailing the making of the launcher. It's absolutely…
Just what I need to piss off my dog even more, a barking puppy shaped hot dog steamer. She already gets mad when I'm making hot dogs since they smell so good to her puppy nose. But now, when they are done steaming, it will bark loud taunting woofs at her.
As the winter chill sets in, sometimes you just want a wee reminder of what it's like to go to the beach or watch the game. Well, this here Ballpark Hot Dog Rotisserie and Bun Warmer from Target will bring that taste of a weenie that has been sitting on the grill way too long—even on the shortest, coldest days of the…