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Heinz Automatic

edited 2012-09-25 02:53:35 in IJAM


I have no idea what the fuck this is, but it's freaking hilarious.

Comments

  • Poot dispenser here

    Buy it use it trash it break it fix it change it melt upgrade it

  • Give us fire! Give us ruin! Give us our glory!

    >Putting ketchup


    >On hotdogs


    burn these heretics

  • How do you not put ketchup on hot dogs?  It's like, the first thing out of 2-5 condiments.

  • Give us fire! Give us ruin! Give us our glory!

    ^I live in Chicago. You don't put ketchup on hot dogs over here. You just don't.

  • edited 2012-09-29 03:33:46
    Poot dispenser here

    I live in Arizona and I know not to do that. You can have onions, relish and sauerkraut, but you don't bring ketchup into this.

  • a little muffled

    I have literally never heard of people eating hot dogs without ketchup.

  • But you never had any to begin with.

    Ketchup and hot dogs should never meet.


     


    Then again, nothing should ever meet ketchup.

  • Creature - Florida Dragon Turtle Human

    Ketchup makes for a nice ingredient in French beef stew (or at least that's what my mom calls it).

  • Ketchup should go on fries. Mustard goes on hotdogs.

  • if u do convins fashist akwaint hiz faec w pavment neway jus 2 b sur

    Mustard is the ketchup for aristocrats.


    If you hate mustard, you suck forever, with no chance of redemption.

  • Gallina seráfica

    How do you not put ketchup on hot dogs?  It's like, the first thing out of 2-5 condiments.


  • You can change. You can.

    Fucking plebs and their not using ketchup for hot dogs.

  • This is like the fifth time we've had this conversation isn't it?

    Any way, best hotdog has a toasted bun, flame grilled dog, and ketchup and mustard.  

  • a little muffled

    This is like the fifth time we've had this conversation isn't it?
    About hot dogs specifically? I don't think so. About condiments in general? More than five.

  • One foot in front of the other, every day.

    Remind me why Americans named tomato sauce after that guy from Pokemon again?

  • edited 2012-09-29 12:43:07
    a little muffled

    Ketchup isn't tomato sauce....


    Well, I mean, it's a sauce made from tomatoes, but it's not...tomato sauce.

  • If you must eat a phoenix, boil it, do not roast it. This only encourages their mischievous habits.

    It is.


    At least, what we call tomato sauce is basically your ketchup, with only minor differences.

  • a little muffled

    But that's confusing. >:{


    Tomato sauce means pasta sauce dammit.

  • If you must eat a phoenix, boil it, do not roast it. This only encourages their mischievous habits.

    No, pasta sauce is called pasta sauce, and covers a variety of sauces. Tomato sauce is a sauce made of tomatoes. Ketchup doesn't exist because that's a dumb name.

  • One foot in front of the other, every day.

    gotta ketchup all

  • Give us fire! Give us ruin! Give us our glory!

    ^^We call pasta/pizza sauce Marinara Sauce over here. I don't think we ever use the term "tomato sauce".

  • You can change. You can.

    Pomodoro sauce over here.

  • if u do convins fashist akwaint hiz faec w pavment neway jus 2 b sur

    We have both ketchup and tomato sauce. Tomato sauce is liquid, while ketchup is mushier.

  • Creature - Florida Dragon Turtle Human

  • In Scotland (and I think the North of England) "tomato sauce" is for pasta and pizza and such. Red sauce is what you guys call ketchup.

  • Give us fire! Give us ruin! Give us our glory!

    ^Funny, "red sauce" is another name for (usually low-quality) Marinara Sauce. Or at least it is in New York.

  • a little muffled
    Here too.
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