Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Napelynn, May 4, 2021.
The question is in the title. Is a hot dog a sandwich?
Small problem. In the poll I put the choice "It is a burger" But is a burger a sandwich?
It is, in technicality. It's just a slab of meat on bread. You could also use that to describe a cheese burger or a chicken sandwich. Easy question. Next.
It's clearly a burger.......
No, because the bun is still connected at the bottom and therefore not two separate pieces of bread. If you cut that connection, then it's a sandwich.
Also, burgers are sandwiches because they are between two pieces of bread.
Also, are you trying to bring chaos onto this world?
Should I make a "is cereal soup?" thread as well?
Also, isn't hotdog just a burrito cut in half?
Is shovel a spoon?
On that note, is a poptart ravioli?
There’s a whole Food Theory video on that.
This is too controversial, I don't want to get any hate.
Clearly a sandwich
Oh wait, I have a theory.
So, bread is jesus's meat.
And sausage is meat chopped into pieces and stuffed into intestine.
Hotdog is antichrist
I have no clue but I’ll say it’s not a sandwich for now until this thread convinces me something else
The only reason sandwiches exist is so we don't get our hands all gross and sticky when we eat. Bread is just a cumbersome barrier between our digits, and the food we really want to eat. In the far far future food will have reached a level of perfection where it no longer leaves a residue. We will at last be able to leave bread behind eating whatever we want without worry of mess or cleanup.
so the future will have people eating through tubes or genome altered to able to photosyntesize.
It would be gradual at first. They will replace meat with "environmental friendly" atlernative. Then people complain plants has life too. So that too would be replaced. Then they want zero carbon footprint so food would be manufactured via "printer" think replicator. People then complain human feces is toxic so they replaced genome so no waste would be produced .
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