And if you don’t think a hotdog is a sandwich, let me tell you how you’re wrong.
It’s been a debate that’s been discussed for generations. On National Hot Dog Day, I feel like it’s my duty to inform you that you’re wrong. A hotdog is a sandwich. Before I tell you why it is, let’s see what others think:
Definitive proof a hot dog is not a sandwich pic.twitter.com/57DXj2Sui7— Taylor Clark (@Taylor_N_Clark) July 17, 2019
Now even the National Hotdog and Sausage Council says that a hot dog IS NOT a sandwich. Which is a shame because it’s embarrassing for such an official organization to be so wrong. Hot dogs are indeed sandwiches. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a sandwich as: 1) two or more slices of bread or a split roll having a filling in between 2) one slice of bread covered with food.
So there you have it. Hot dogs are indeed sandwiches. It is a piece of meat in a split roll. If you still disagree, then that means you disagree with the English language. That means you disagree with THE dictionary. Which means all rules of language are out of the window for you.
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