Friday, October 5

Some things are just too much, even for this blog.



I may run a picture of a hot dog thong, but I will not, not, not, run pictures of Larry Craig's Super Tuber, his favorite recipe involving a hot dog and a baked potato.

And he calls it a "snack." Really, Larry.

But I will link to the images as a courtesy to my readers.

Warning: microwaved hot dogs tend to explode at the tip if you leave them in too long. Probably better to roast them outdoors.

Which begs the question: do you dip the hot dog in the sour cream before or after you shove it in the baked potato?

Why did I even start thinking about this? Really.

11 comments:

  1. I'm adventuresome in the kitchen, but not enough to try a hot dog rammed through a potato. Sounds disgusting, so I'm not surprised Mr. Craig calls it a favorite. Wonder what he substitutes when he's out of weiners?

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  2. Hey, we all have posts we wish we hadn't started, but somehow can't stop.

    Your's isn't too bad.

    Is there a movie here? Ya know American potato?

    By the way, I may add your "Vituperative Foul-Mouthed Blogger Of the Left" pin image to my site if you don't mind.

    Maybe even your "Blog Against Theocracy Participant" image if I can scale it down a bit.

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  3. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction, huh, Blue Gal?

    I wish I could come up with some snarky comment but this speaks for itself.

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  4. Well, it's basically just pigs in a blanket, except that the blanket is thick and heavy enough to completely suffocate the poor poor pig.

    And I was pleased to see olive oil being used, as a reminder that this is actual food. Until I read the post, I was afraid the recipe called for Astro-Glide.

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  5. Max Edison, MD3:49 PM

    This blog misuses the phrase "begs the question." It does not mean "calls for the question to be asked," or "brings up this question." It is a term used in the art of rhetoric, and basically it means posing a question so that the issue in dispute has already been proven. I would avoid it if at all possible.

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  6. I was enjoying myself until the grammar police showed up...

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  7. Anonymous5:17 PM

    max edison, md:

    Are you begging the question of me? Are you begging the question of ME? Cause I don't see anybody else here. Well, beg on this!!


    Blue Gal:

    That is really sick and twisted, Thank you!!

    democommie

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  8. My! It does make you wonder about the buns, doesn't it?

    Regards,

    Tengrain

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  9. "Shit if this is gonna' be that kind of party
    I'm gonna' stick my dick in the mashed potatos"

    -Mantan Moreland

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  10. I propose this as the official food of the Republican National convention.

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