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Principia Discordia => Discordian Recipes => Topic started by: Hollis Increase on April 08, 2012, 10:48:05 pm

Title: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Hollis Increase on April 08, 2012, 10:48:05 pm
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Don Coyote on April 08, 2012, 10:52:14 pm
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 08, 2012, 11:52:42 pm
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?

Trust this man. He is your Spiritual Advisor.

Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 09, 2012, 02:35:46 am
I'm not exactly what one would call an orthodoxed Discordian. You can't eat a delishus bacon-wrapped Crif Dog without a bun and I feel it's much more important to partake of a couple those with reckless abandon.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Hollis Increase on April 09, 2012, 03:48:21 am
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?

No. . . but I didn't believe that part.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on April 09, 2012, 03:51:17 am
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?

No. . . but I didn't believe that part.

 :lol:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Don Coyote on April 09, 2012, 04:11:22 am
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?

No. . . but I didn't believe that part.

 :crankey:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Freeky on April 09, 2012, 04:15:42 am
Why would you even take that seriously?  Jesus fuck. :x
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 09, 2012, 06:11:44 am
Ha ha. If y'all belived what Holis just wrote, you got troll'd.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: AFK on April 09, 2012, 01:07:03 pm
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

I practice this religiously.  Though, as it turns out, hotdog buns become vastly unnecessary when one has chosen to not consume hot dogs.  Granted hotdog buns do make great vessels for a great many foods....
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Eater of Clowns on April 09, 2012, 01:46:13 pm
Principia scholars suggest that the ban from hot dog buns arises not out of scorn for dietary restrictions of other religions but true distaste for the state of hot dog consumption in society on the part of Mal2.  An ongoing debate surrounds that line, one of the many contradictory and vague Discordian tenets.  It is theorized that one side notes a lack of creativity in the time the work was written when it comes to hot dogs as a food, their dressing limited to classic mustard, relish, and ketchup.  The hot dog bun is generally an enriched white flour good that adds little flavor or creative capability to the act of eating a hot dog.  Mal2 was far ahead of his time in noting that a sturdier bun, such as that used to contain sub sandwiches, or even grinders or hoagies, allowed for greater addition of toppings for the classic hot dog.

Some go so far as to believe Mal2 was actually an adherent to the revolutionary hot dog movement of his time, a rather unknown collective made up of hot dog enthusiasts ranging from the most well known chefs to street corner vendors looking for the next step.  Julia Child was also believed to be a part of this.  If that's the case, it's actually amazing the impact that he had on the world of hot dogs.  While the classic hot dog is still our cultural archetype for the food, many a specialty store are serving them on sturdier buns with toppings unfathomable in his day.  I've even read of places which split the dog in half and then grill the inside, which is mind boggling even for my modern standards of hot dogs.

Still, a fervent debate rages over whether or not Mal2 was indeed making a commentary on the state of food in the nation, a timely remark well before such thinking became prevalent and necessary for our continued survival.  Historically flour was eaten by peasants and common people in its whole grain form, healthier but less decadent than the white flour we see so often today.  White flour was expensive and only affordable by nobility and royalty.  With the advent of new techniques white flour became the standard in bread making, thus robbing many a people of the nutrition found in its whole wheat counterpart.  "Enriching" white flour with vitamins to make it healthier has done little to mimic the benefits of naturally occurring wheat flour nutrients.  Mal2, being the prescient mind he was, saw this as the conspiracy of depriving the masses of much vitamins for healthy minds on the part of those in power seeking to more easily manipulate them.  Rather than complicate his statement with the proclamation to not eat any white flour based products or to consume only whole wheat, he decided in his wisdom to disavow only a part, to offer only a hint of what more lie beneath the surface - much like the Principia Discordia itself.

Yet others think it's total bullshit.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on April 09, 2012, 02:22:57 pm
:mittens:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LMNO on April 09, 2012, 06:18:20 pm
EoC wins everything forever.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Eater of Clowns on April 09, 2012, 07:03:47 pm
Hah, that was a copiedpasta from way back in what ended up being some dude's Unlimited thread.  I had to dig through a few pages of Principia Discussion to find it again.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on April 09, 2012, 08:44:34 pm
...  Granted hotdog buns do make great vessels for a great many foods....
Practice this and the way in you will be.  :fnord:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Doktor Howl on April 09, 2012, 08:45:51 pm
...  Granted hotdog buns do make great vessels for a great many foods....
Practice this and the way in you will be.  :fnord:

Could we have that again, but coherently this time?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on April 09, 2012, 08:57:09 pm
...  Granted hotdog buns do make great vessels for a great many foods....
Practice this and the way in you will be.  :fnord:

... but coherently...
Pass the duct tape...
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Doktor Howl on April 09, 2012, 08:58:23 pm
...  Granted hotdog buns do make great vessels for a great many foods....
Practice this and the way in you will be.  :fnord:

... but coherently...
Pass the duct tape...

Right, then.  Post nonsense.  It's all you're good for.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: AFK on April 09, 2012, 09:30:52 pm
...  Granted hotdog buns do make great vessels for a great many foods....
Practice this and the way in you will be.  :fnord:

Are you a sour kraut? 
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 09, 2012, 09:39:11 pm
This thread lost me. Hot dogs, people. It's mechanically masticated meat-product with a crispy skin and mustard and sour kraut. No matter how you do it, you still look like a ridiculous white guy putting a peen in his mouf.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on April 09, 2012, 11:01:19 pm
Too much...  Beef..
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 09, 2012, 11:49:48 pm
Principia scholars suggest that the ban from hot dog buns arises not out of scorn for dietary restrictions of other religions but true distaste for the state of hot dog consumption in society on the part of Mal2.  An ongoing debate surrounds that line, one of the many contradictory and vague Discordian tenets.  It is theorized that one side notes a lack of creativity in the time the work was written when it comes to hot dogs as a food, their dressing limited to classic mustard, relish, and ketchup.  The hot dog bun is generally an enriched white flour good that adds little flavor or creative capability to the act of eating a hot dog.  Mal2 was far ahead of his time in noting that a sturdier bun, such as that used to contain sub sandwiches, or even grinders or hoagies, allowed for greater addition of toppings for the classic hot dog.

Some go so far as to believe Mal2 was actually an adherent to the revolutionary hot dog movement of his time, a rather unknown collective made up of hot dog enthusiasts ranging from the most well known chefs to street corner vendors looking for the next step.  Julia Child was also believed to be a part of this.  If that's the case, it's actually amazing the impact that he had on the world of hot dogs.  While the classic hot dog is still our cultural archetype for the food, many a specialty store are serving them on sturdier buns with toppings unfathomable in his day.  I've even read of places which split the dog in half and then grill the inside, which is mind boggling even for my modern standards of hot dogs.

Still, a fervent debate rages over whether or not Mal2 was indeed making a commentary on the state of food in the nation, a timely remark well before such thinking became prevalent and necessary for our continued survival.  Historically flour was eaten by peasants and common people in its whole grain form, healthier but less decadent than the white flour we see so often today.  White flour was expensive and only affordable by nobility and royalty.  With the advent of new techniques white flour became the standard in bread making, thus robbing many a people of the nutrition found in its whole wheat counterpart.  "Enriching" white flour with vitamins to make it healthier has done little to mimic the benefits of naturally occurring wheat flour nutrients.  Mal2, being the prescient mind he was, saw this as the conspiracy of depriving the masses of much vitamins for healthy minds on the part of those in power seeking to more easily manipulate them.  Rather than complicate his statement with the proclamation to not eat any white flour based products or to consume only whole wheat, he decided in his wisdom to disavow only a part, to offer only a hint of what more lie beneath the surface - much like the Principia Discordia itself.

Yet others think it's total bullshit.

 :lulz: Pure win.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 09, 2012, 11:50:08 pm
This thread lost me. Hot dogs, people. It's mechanically masticated meat-product with a crispy skin and mustard and sour kraut. No matter how you do it, you still look like a ridiculous white guy putting a peen in his mouf.

Not me.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: AFK on April 10, 2012, 12:40:45 am
Too much...  Beef..

Try Turkey Dogs.  Much better for your figure. 
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on April 10, 2012, 02:14:47 am
I THINK THE UK HAS OUT-AMERICA-ED US (http://gizmodo.com/5899852/i-cant-believe-this-hot-dog-stuffed-crust-pizza-isnt-american?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_uniq=621aee670c1211e)

Pretty soon they'll have back boobs and mega colon. WAKE UP, AMERICA!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on April 10, 2012, 02:25:51 am
I never hot dog buns, but that's because I'm a lazy bastard and the bread is right there.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on April 10, 2012, 04:12:41 am
I sont often eat hot dogs in buns because hot dog buns come in an eight pack while hot dogs come in a twelve. Im not going to eat enough hot dogs in buns before the expiration date to make that even out for one purchase.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Lenin McCarthy on April 10, 2012, 06:36:20 am
I rarely have hot dog buns. Like all good Norwegians do I eat my hot dogs with lefse.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 10, 2012, 06:44:09 am
You are all either small children or LIARS.
(http://food.sndimg.com/img/recipes/17/15/41/large/picGbue4I.jpg)
 :horrormirth:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on April 10, 2012, 06:46:57 am
Not eating hot dogs means no buns.

I used to eat them...I liked chili dogs. But the hot dog buns held together about as good as a wet paper sack so I started using sub rolls.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 10, 2012, 06:52:07 am
Too much...  Beef..

Try Turkey Dogs.  Much better for your figure.

Wow. I missed this disturbing, little gem.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Freeky on April 10, 2012, 07:48:33 am
Turkey dogs aren't all that bad, actually.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on April 10, 2012, 11:59:04 am
Yea
I sont often eat hot dogs in buns because hot dog buns come in an eight pack while hot dogs come in a twelve. Im not going to eat enough hot dogs in buns before the expiration date to make that even out for one purchase.
Horse lips > bitch buns...
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: AFK on April 10, 2012, 01:21:10 pm
Too much...  Beef..

Try Turkey Dogs.  Much better for your figure.

Wow. I missed this disturbing, little gem.

They're pretty good actually.  I rarely eat hot dogs because as a general rule I think they are fairly disgusting.  However, I can deal with a turkey dog.  You have to get a decent brand though, otherwise they can be pretty horrid. 
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on April 10, 2012, 01:52:08 pm
Jew dogs > hot dogs
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on April 10, 2012, 02:58:38 pm
You are all either small children or LIARS.
(http://food.sndimg.com/img/recipes/17/15/41/large/picGbue4I.jpg)
 :horrormirth:

You don't have to cut it up and put it into mac and cheese in order to eat it without a bun. You can just stab it with a fork and eat it like a sausage.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on April 10, 2012, 02:59:52 pm
Yea
I sont often eat hot dogs in buns because hot dog buns come in an eight pack while hot dogs come in a twelve. Im not going to eat enough hot dogs in buns before the expiration date to make that even out for one purchase.
Horse lips > bitch buns...

Meaning?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on April 10, 2012, 09:04:29 pm
Yea
I sont often eat hot dogs in buns because hot dog buns come in an eight pack while hot dogs come in a twelve. Im not going to eat enough hot dogs in buns before the expiration date to make that even out for one purchase.
Horse lips > bitch buns...

Meaning?

Even though it's really all the same, it's also just too much to be all that.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 10, 2012, 11:12:47 pm
You are all either small children or LIARS.
(http://food.sndimg.com/img/recipes/17/15/41/large/picGbue4I.jpg)
 :horrormirth:

You don't have to cut it up and put it into mac and cheese in order to eat it without a bun. You can just stab it with a fork and eat it like a sausage.

That's what SHE said.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on April 10, 2012, 11:32:13 pm
Well if she said that ill warn all my friends not to get bjs from her.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Golden Applesauce on April 12, 2012, 04:49:12 am
I observe the prohibition in general, but cave in to temptation every time I get an opportunity to eat a hot dog, so I can feel guilty about it afterwards.  People who were raised Catholic need the guilt in order to metabolize anything trickier than a simple sugar.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on April 12, 2012, 04:52:36 am
I observe the prohibition in general, but cave in to temptation every time I get an opportunity to eat a hot dog, so I can feel guilty about it afterwards.  People who were raised Catholic need the guilt in order to metabolize anything trickier than a simple sugar.

Hmmm. That explains quite a bit!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 12, 2012, 06:09:27 am
Ice-cold, in my fist right out of the fridge.

We are barbarians here.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 12, 2012, 06:21:41 am
Ice-cold, in my fist right out of the fridge.

We are barbarians here.

I imagine the Nigels get hongry after a long day of angry mobbing.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 12, 2012, 06:46:56 am
Ice-cold, in my fist right out of the fridge.

We are barbarians here.

I imagine the Nigels get hongry after a long day of angry mobbing.

 :lol: :lol: :lol:

Yes.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Freeky on April 12, 2012, 06:56:45 am
Ice-cold, in my fist right out of the fridge.

We are barbarians here.

I imagine the Nigels get hongry after a long day of angry mobbing.

That made me giggle like the Wicked Witch of the West for a solid twenty seconds.  :lol:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on April 12, 2012, 11:05:19 pm
Go LA!
(http://www.trbimg.com/img-4f84c3a5/turbine/la-heb-pizza-with-a-hot-dog-stuffed-crust-2012-002/600)
Although the pizza with governors cheese and mustard is also worth a slice 'cross the pond  :lol:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 13, 2012, 01:22:30 am
You fuck.

I want to stab myself in the eye. :vom:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: East Coast Hustle on April 13, 2012, 04:53:41 am
That looks amazing. I must build one. Or three.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Hollis Increase on April 14, 2012, 05:13:23 am
Thank you all.  That helped clear some things up.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Triple Zero on April 16, 2012, 11:17:39 am
You are all either small children or LIARS.
(http://food.sndimg.com/img/recipes/17/15/41/large/picGbue4I.jpg)
 :horrormirth:

"Hey let's make carbonara!

... except I don't have any bacon, but I do have hot dogs,

... nor do I have any properly shaped pasta, but I do have these bits of plastic tubing,

... now if only I had some cheese and eggs a.. ah.. HATCHOO!!"
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 25, 2012, 12:28:02 pm
Mac & Cheese (Kraft Dinner? What?) and Hot dogs is like a staple food for anyone under the age of 8 here in the US. I'm kind of a nutrition weirdo and I even feed it to MY kid. Since the age of four, Lex has been able to say "Ha-gah" and all the sudden, POOF! Awayyyy go those well-balanced, local-grown ingredients into the fridge and out comes a stick of butter, 1/4 cup of milk, a package of Hebrew National Beef dogs and a box containing elbow pasta and a pack of what can only be described as dehydrated glowstick goo. This box will serve as both a maraca and object of wonderment for approximately 6 minutes until the water boils.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 25, 2012, 03:40:03 pm
Mac & Cheese (Kraft Dinner? What?) and Hot dogs is like a staple food for anyone under the age of 8 here in the US. I'm kind of a nutrition weirdo and I even feed it to MY kid. Since the age of four, Lex has been able to say "Ha-gah" and all the sudden, POOF! Awayyyy go those well-balanced, local-grown ingredients into the fridge and out comes a stick of butter, 1/4 cup of milk, a package of Hebrew National Beef dogs and a box containing elbow pasta and a pack of what can only be described as dehydrated glowstick goo. This box will serve as both a maraca and object of wonderment for approximately 6 minutes until the water boils.

Me too. I'm the healthy-eatinest chick around town; I'm all about whole foods from scratch. I make my own salmon jerky and whole-grain bread. But damned if there isn't always a box of mac & cheese (OK, so it's usually Annie's Organic) and a pack of nasty cheap processed armits and anus in the house. LO called them "ga gogs" for years. "Can I have a ga gog?" "Sure honey. Warm or cold?" (because there's nothing like a refreshing, ice-cold hot dog on a summer day. My mom wouldn't let me eat them cold because back then there was still a possibility that something might still be alive in them. Not anymore!)
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 25, 2012, 03:41:08 pm
Hebrew Nationals are the good stuff. My kids don't like them, preferring the 99 cent grayish-pink wonder of generic chicken franks.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Triple Zero on April 25, 2012, 06:05:38 pm
out comes a stick of butter, 1/4 cup of milk, a package of Hebrew National Beef dogs and a box containing elbow pasta and a pack of what can only be described as dehydrated glowstick goo. This box will serve as both a maraca and object of wonderment for approximately 6 minutes until the water boils.

And then you sneeze on it?

ALso that pasta did not have elbows. Not even armpits.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on April 25, 2012, 07:12:27 pm
Hot dogs and mac & cheese are disgusting. They also taste awesome. I don't have them together though. At least not anymore.

This however, I have always considered an abomination before the Lord:

(http://thumbnails.tout.com/dry/30c23c39f379236b/poster-2.jpg)

(http://images.instagram.com/media/2011/10/26/40d1ea8dbf764e2bbe9aafa616bfd023_7.jpg)

Fucking Klingon food right there.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on April 30, 2012, 01:26:58 am
Hot dogs and mac & cheese are disgusting. They also taste awesome. I don't have them together though. At least not anymore.

This however, I have always considered an abomination before the Lord:

(http://thumbnails.tout.com/dry/30c23c39f379236b/poster-2.jpg)

(http://images.instagram.com/media/2011/10/26/40d1ea8dbf764e2bbe9aafa616bfd023_7.jpg)

Fucking Klingon food right there.

That's old man food for guys whose wives used to do all the cooking and left them or died at some point. Stephen King mentioned it in Christine when he was talking about the old Nazi, said he ate Spaghetti-O's and wore pee stained khakis.  :x
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: NewSpag on April 30, 2012, 03:39:37 am
Hot dogs and mac & cheese are disgusting. They also taste awesome. I don't have them together though. At least not anymore.

This however, I have always considered an abomination before the Lord:

(http://thumbnails.tout.com/dry/30c23c39f379236b/poster-2.jpg)

(http://images.instagram.com/media/2011/10/26/40d1ea8dbf764e2bbe9aafa616bfd023_7.jpg)

Fucking Klingon food right there.
cam Soj DlchDaq rach maH!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 30, 2012, 03:47:07 am
I love spaghettios, but I do not like the spaghettios with franks or the ones with "meatballs".
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on April 30, 2012, 04:36:17 am
Heh. i love the "meatballs." I have no idea what's in 'em but I like the way they chew.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 30, 2012, 05:10:15 am
Heh. i love the "meatballs." I have no idea what's in 'em but I like the way they chew.

I just sicked up a little in my brain.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Salty on April 30, 2012, 05:47:04 am
 :argh!:
You people and your severely uncivilized desire to know what is "in", "around", or "constitutes" your food. You'll eat it and LIKE it. It's full of calories you can actually burn, what more do you want?

Alty,
*smack* *chomp* *pork and chicken corndog*
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 30, 2012, 05:54:02 am
"Corn dogs" terrify me. They have since childhood.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 30, 2012, 05:54:30 am
I eat them sometimes anyway.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Freeky on April 30, 2012, 06:18:39 am
I love spaghettios, but I do not like the spaghettios with franks or the ones with "meatballs".

That's funny, because I prefer the meatballs ones. :lol:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 30, 2012, 06:37:39 am
I love spaghettios, but I do not like the spaghettios with franks or the ones with "meatballs".

That's funny, because I prefer the meatballs ones. :lol:

SLOW COOKED GRISTLE BALLS!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Salty on April 30, 2012, 06:46:07 am
I love spaghettios, but I do not like the spaghettios with franks or the ones with "meatballs".

That's funny, because I prefer the meatballs ones. :lol:

SLOW COOKED GRISTLE BALLS!


nnnnnnnnnnnNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNEWSFEED!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Freeky on April 30, 2012, 05:53:22 pm
I love spaghettios, but I do not like the spaghettios with franks or the ones with "meatballs".

That's funny, because I prefer the meatballs ones. :lol:

SLOW COOKED GRISTLE BALLS!

SOUNDS LIKE TUESDAY NIGHT WITH THE RENTBOYS!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on May 01, 2012, 03:13:24 am
I love spaghettios, but I do not like the spaghettios with franks or the ones with "meatballs".

That's funny, because I prefer the meatballs ones. :lol:

SLOW COOKED GRISTLE BALLS!

But all the gristle is thoroughly processed so what you're left with is a vaguely meat-tasting, formed blob of cornstarch-and-gristle-goo that has a peculiar "bite."

I would never feed these to a CHILD but I'm reasonably certain that if I don't eat em too often, soylent mystery animal(s) can't hurt me any more than a wild night of drinkin and druggin.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: East Coast Hustle on May 01, 2012, 05:41:14 am
"Corn dogs" terrify me. They have since childhood.

You need to mix some sour cream and maple syrup together and dip the corndogs in it.

Welcome to your newest shameful addiction.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on May 01, 2012, 01:06:16 pm
I have a peculiar way of preparing ramen noodles:
1. cook noodles, setting flavour packette aside
2. drain almost all the water out of noodles and dump them in a large eating bowl.
3. add flavor packet and a couple tablespoons of sour cream. Stir. Eat.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: trippinprincezz13 on May 01, 2012, 02:26:48 pm
"Corn dogs" terrify me. They have since childhood.

I've always had a weird aversion to them. I'll eat hot dogs sometimes even though I know they're all by-producty, but corn dogs somehow always seemed....even more fake (or something) than regular hot dogs. I don't know. My boyfriend looked at me like I had five heads when I told him I'd never had one
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Doktor Howl on May 01, 2012, 02:59:03 pm
Take:

1.  corndog
2.  sweepings of dog hair, from a long hair breed.
3.  mustard

Heat up corn dog.

Roll corn dog in mustard.

Roll corn dog in dog hair.

Congratulations!  You now have an official TGGR™ Sex Toy!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Luna on May 01, 2012, 04:03:02 pm
Take:

1.  corndog
2.  sweepings of dog hair, from a long hair breed.
3.  mustard

Heat up corn dog.

Roll corn dog in mustard.

Roll corn dog in dog hair.

Congratulations!  You now have an official TGGR™ Sex Toy!

I read through the thread...  Was going to comment that I HOPED that hot dog buns were still banned, because if they weren't, it'd take the fun out of eating them...

But now I'mma have nightmares...
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 01, 2012, 04:14:05 pm
Take:

1.  corndog
2.  sweepings of dog hair, from a long hair breed.
3.  mustard

Heat up corn dog.

Roll corn dog in mustard.

Roll corn dog in dog hair.

Congratulations!  You now have an official TGGR™ Sex Toy!

 :horrormirth:

This actually sounds like the most reasonable use for corn dogs.

Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 01, 2012, 04:14:56 pm
"Corn dogs" terrify me. They have since childhood.

You need to mix some sour cream and maple syrup together and dip the corndogs in it.

Welcome to your newest shameful addiction.

There are so many problems with this scenario I don't know where to begin.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Cain on May 02, 2012, 07:46:39 am
Take:

1.  corndog
2.  sweepings of dog hair, from a long hair breed.
3.  mustard

Heat up corn dog.

Roll corn dog in mustard.

Roll corn dog in dog hair.

Congratulations!  You now have an official TGGR™ Sex Toy!

But I can still eat it once I'm done, right?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: navkat on May 02, 2012, 09:38:59 am
Take:

1.  corndog
2.  sweepings of dog hair, from a long hair breed.
3.  mustard

Heat up corn dog.

Roll corn dog in mustard.

Roll corn dog in dog hair.

Congratulations!  You now have an official TGGR™ Sex Toy!

But I can still eat it once I'm done, right?

I have never seen a picture of you, Cain so you have to understand that when you say these things, my mind conjures up images of a hairy corndog being eaten by your avatar.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: the dreadful hours on May 04, 2012, 01:00:38 am
yummo
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on June 03, 2012, 08:28:11 am
Take:

1.  corndog
2.  sweepings of dog hair, from a long hair breed.
3.  mustard

Heat up corn dog.

Roll corn dog in mustard.

Roll corn dog in dog hair.

Congratulations!  You now have an official TGGR™ Sex Toy!

But I can still eat it once I'm done, right?

Did you remember to check the ATM?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on June 03, 2012, 09:38:06 am
Take:

1.  corndog
2.  sweepings of dog hair, from a long hair breed.
3.  mustard

Heat up corn dog.

Roll corn dog in mustard.

Roll corn dog in dog hair.

Congratulations!  You now have an official TGGR™ Sex Toy!

But I can still eat it once I'm done, right?

I have never seen a picture of you, Cain so you have to understand that when you say these things, my mind conjures up images of a hairy corndog being eaten by your avatar.

I think Cain's avatar would have made Tuco eat it.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Hollis Increase on November 01, 2014, 07:39:57 pm
So, then, the corn part isn't considered a bun right?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 01, 2014, 07:42:42 pm
Does it matter?
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Doktor Howl on November 02, 2014, 03:20:20 am
So, then, the corn part isn't considered a bun right?

Hoo boy, the crypto-teabagger is back.  :boring:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Prelate Diogenes Shandor on March 07, 2015, 07:26:59 am
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?

Also, there's another part of the book that says that they're mandatory*



*As part of a fully garnished hotdog every friday. Perferably this should be increased to multiple fully garnished hotdogs on fridays during lent. You should also eat as many hotdog buns as possible during passover, a bacon double cheeseburger on yom-kippur, and as much black pudding** as you can eat for lunch (preferably at high noon) every day during ramadan. These last four rules aren't in the book, but they're just common sense.


**The pig-blood based sausage, not the slime monster which splits into additional monsters when struck by a weapon that deals slashing or piercing damage.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on March 07, 2015, 06:16:46 pm
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?

Also, there's another part of the book that says that they're mandatory*



*As part of a fully garnished hotdog every friday. Perferably this should be increased to multiple fully garnished hotdogs on fridays during lent. You should also eat as many hotdog buns as possible during passover, a bacon double cheeseburger on yom-kippur, and as much black pudding** as you can eat for lunch (preferably at high noon) every day during ramadan. These last four rules aren't in the book, but they're just common sense.


**The pig-blood based sausage, not the slime monster which splits into additional monsters when struck by a weapon that deals slashing or piercing damage.

I must say frying up some black-pudding and toast can make a deceptively good breakfast.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Cain on March 07, 2015, 08:06:35 pm
I'm sure 2012 will value the above two posts.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on March 07, 2015, 11:16:13 pm
I'm sure 2012 will value the above two posts.

 :lol:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LuciferX on March 08, 2015, 02:44:10 am
I'm sure 2012 will value the above two posts.
What?  It's technically not sausage, you long-count shamer!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: touchecstasy on July 06, 2015, 07:57:30 pm
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

I practice this religiously.  Though, as it turns out, hotdog buns become vastly unnecessary when one has chosen to not consume hot dogs.  Granted hotdog buns do make great vessels for a great many foods....
Well if one is to embrace orthodox Erisian piety woke heartedly, the eating of a bun-clad wiener on Friday cannot be overlooked. Whether one eats buns on other days is rarely noticed. To eat only hot dog buns would be, IMO, a transcendent act of heterodox devotion to Our Lady Of Discord. There is no harm in eating oblong buns not specifically made - yet nonetheless suitable enough - to wrap around your repurposed pigs lips, eyelids and etc. Doing so conspicuously of course may come across as overly self important.
Traditionally, keeping Discordian meant observing the dietary commandments of The Principia Discordia.  Specifically no hotdog buns.  Is this dietary rule still practised?

Did you miss the part where a Discordian is forbidden to believe everything he reads?

No. . . but I didn't believe that part.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Fawkes on July 07, 2015, 08:25:23 pm
Fascinating, a subculture based on traditional American food..
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 08, 2015, 01:22:20 am
Fascinating, a subculture based on traditional American food..

What's really funny is that about 4 years ago, we did this safari thing en masse.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Fawkes on July 08, 2015, 03:14:58 am
Did it look something like this?

(http://s13.postimg.org/wauf0zynb/download_18.jpg)
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LMNO on July 08, 2015, 04:26:03 am
Indeed! Such heights we reached with our bowels!
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 08, 2015, 03:38:01 pm
Fascinating, a subculture based on traditional American food..

What's really funny is that about 4 years ago, we did this safari thing en masse.

I think they're some kind of historical re-enactment society.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 08, 2015, 06:51:01 pm
Fascinating, a subculture based on traditional American food..

What's really funny is that about 4 years ago, we did this safari thing en masse.

I think they're some kind of historical re-enactment society.

Lies came back with them, so...
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Hoopla on July 08, 2015, 08:04:36 pm
Fascinating, a subculture based on traditional American food..

What's really funny is that about 4 years ago, we did this safari thing en masse.

Which Lies must know about.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 08, 2015, 08:19:00 pm
That's what I mean. They're re-enacting the historical PeeDee Safari Days.

It's like a Civil War reenactment, except where they dress up and pretend to be us, then come to our village and do a little dance.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: LMNO on July 08, 2015, 08:36:04 pm
 :dok:
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Reginald Ret on July 08, 2015, 08:50:30 pm
Eh, I'm just happy to see a safari again.

Who was Lies again?
I vaguely remember a namechange...
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 08, 2015, 09:55:43 pm
:dok:

MAKE A LITTLE LOVE

GET DOWN TONIGHT
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Faust on July 08, 2015, 10:19:25 pm
Re-enactment? The safaries never belonged to our tribe, and it fills me with joy that others do them.

It is Lys, and Raphaella and so on, and I am glad of it, but its a haunting if nothing else.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Fawkes on July 08, 2015, 10:57:21 pm
(http://static.underthegunreview.net/uploads/2015/02/tumblr_mk8e263cXm1qjczh3o1_500.gif)
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 09, 2015, 02:55:32 am
Re-enactment? The safaries never belonged to our tribe, and it fills me with joy that others do them.

It is Lys, and Raphaella and so on, and I am glad of it, but its a haunting if nothing else.

I know who the other two are, and glad to see them, but you'll forgive me if I'm less than thrilled to see Lies after his bizarre attempt at race-baiting me last time around.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 09, 2015, 08:01:06 pm
Re-enactment? The safaries never belonged to our tribe, and it fills me with joy that others do them.

It is Lys, and Raphaella and so on, and I am glad of it, but its a haunting if nothing else.

I know who the other two are, and glad to see them, but you'll forgive me if I'm less than thrilled to see Lies after his bizarre attempt at race-baiting me last time around.

Oh god, that was just embarrassing. Cringe cringe cringe.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Meunster on September 03, 2015, 01:36:21 am
On a related note.
FUCKING 1$ MINI HOTDOGS AT SONIC.

WE WILL THROW WHAT EVER YOU FAT FUCKS WANT ON IT.

COME BUY NOW!

AND TIP ME OR ILL LET IT SIT OUT AND GET COLD
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Hollis Increase on May 14, 2016, 07:02:06 pm
Good.  Finally someone who can offer a professional opinion.  So, being employed in the food service industry, how many Discordians do you see on a weekly basis ordering mini hot dogs with buns.  Thank you in advance for your response.
Title: Re: Are Hotdog Buns Still Forbidden?
Post by: Meunster on May 15, 2016, 06:10:18 pm
Good.  Finally someone who can offer a professional opinion.  So, being employed in the food service industry, how many Discordians do you see on a weekly basis ordering mini hot dogs with buns.  Thank you in advance for your response.

The only people who didn't eat the buns were those glutun free freaks. Though it is possible that they are just using that as cover.

Around 200 hot dog buns sold a day. But those could just be Americans and not discordians. No one really mentioned it, but the guy who tipped me with a shoe probably was one.
 
Oddly enough the defac here serves hot-dogs every Friday. And half price dogs are on Friday.
Sometimes you wonder if there is an Illuminati.