I think that's cheating.

1/30/2009 01:27:00 PM
An actual question I fielded from a co-worker on behalf of a homeowner regarding our company Super Bowl party this Sunday:

"We have a homeowner RSVPing for the Super Bowl party but he wants to know what's on the menu because he's a vegetarian, however he can eat hot dogs."

Hmmm....

Couple of things:

#1. The event is free. You will eat and drink what we have. Happilly.
#2. I don't believe true "vegetarians" have exceptions to the meat rule. I could be wrong.
#3. If vegetarians did have the opportunity to vote in one allowable meat product, I'm pretty confident it wouldn't be hot dogs.

Awesome.

7 comments:

  1. most ridiculous exception - many meat eaters don't even go for hotdogs

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  2. maybe this guy misunderstood when people are always saying that "hot dogs are not meat".

    Love it.

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  3. "I don't eat meat. Unless it comes from a questionable, unidentifiable source, where it is then processed and injected with nitrites/nitrates to keep it 'fresh.'"

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  4. the funny thing is, i do have one wacky "vegetarian" friend that goes off the wagon for 2 things -- hotdogs and bacon. and somehow, it makes me love her even more. :)

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  5. That's really funny, almost like it's a joke funny. I know people that are quasi-vegetarians who think that if they don't eat red meat they are ok since chicken is a healthier option. Hot dogs! That's great.

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  6. It is so funny that you would post on hot dogs, because I heard on the news that some were tested recently, and found to have alligator meat in them- it also hearkened back to high school, and you got food poisoning from said food- do you remember that?

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  7. Um, if it were a stadium hot dog I would totally understand.

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