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    Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 10:49pm

 Grandma "squirting" her ketchup bottle is the only redeeming part of this commercial about ketchup.
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I saw it as a bit of a 'throwback' with a squirt. An inappropriate squirt - but a cute one.
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Hated it. Thumbs Down Who the hell hums like that?
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Originally posted by Triple J Triple J wrote:

Hated it. Thumbs Down Who the hell hums like that?
Same kind of people that carry on conversations with themselves.
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February?  I had no idea this commercial had been around that long.  I saw it for the first time a few days ago, and it was hate at first sight (and especially hate at first listen).  Were it not for the ear-raping humming of a baby children's tune, this one might have been tolerable.  I'd almost have rather had one of those quirky Colbie Caillat/Ingrid Michaelson wannabe hipster female singers warbling "If You're Happy And You Know It" than this.  Instant mute button fodder.
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People put ketchup on hot dogs????Ouch  Is that not a felony?
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I put ketchup on hot dogs!  Usually, both mustard and ketchup, but sometimes just mustard.  And if I have it, sauerkraut.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Snesgamer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Sep 2014 at 6:47am
A felony? I thought ketchup along with mustard was a fairly standard hotdog condiment.
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People put ketchup on hot dogs????Ouch  Is that not a felony?
Usually with anything else available, but aways mixed with tobasco.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


I put ketchup on hot dogs!  Usually, both mustard and ketchup, but sometimes just mustard.  And if I have it, sauerkraut.




K....not yr fault, U live in CA.  Kidding. Wink  But, I mean it, I was raised to never do that; law is, only mustard (gotta be basic yellow), then such as sauerkraut, some do relish, etc.  I took informal poll among friends, same deal.  Interesting, right?

I think anyone attending either a home Yankees game or home Mets game is ejected from the park if they use ketchup.  In fact, at local ballparks, ketchup is a banned substance!  In FACT, all those entering the ballparks are wanded with a ketchup detector.

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Originally posted by Snesgamer Snesgamer wrote:

A felony? I thought ketchup along with mustard was a fairly standard hotdog condiment.


Pls C my response to Thor, below!!!Smile  No, sorry....above.
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Ew...yellow mustard...bleaugh.

I like my mustard to be brown and thick, the way it was intended to be. :)

Sauerkraut is nice sometimes.

Personally, I'm more the type to put some veg on there and forgo any dressing whatsoever.
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Originally posted by Papa Lazarou Papa Lazarou wrote:

Ew...yellow mustard...bleaugh.

I like my mustard to be brown and thick, the way it was intended to be. :)

Sauerkraut is nice sometimes.

Personally, I'm more the type to put some veg on there and forgo any dressing whatsoever.


K....I just delved (my default mode), and will now put up 3 links; this issue...is an ACTUAL topic I jus discovered!!!

http://gothamist.com/2014/03/14/national_hot_dog_council_never_use.php

http:// www.chow.com/food-news/121025/why-does-ketchup-on-a-hot-dog-piss-people-off/

http:// amazingribs.com/recipes/hot_dogs_and_sausages/no_ketchup_on_hot_dogs.html
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http://www.hot-dog.org/culture/regional-hot-dogs

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New York City

New Yorkers eat more hot dogs than any other group in the country. From downtown Manhattan to Coney Island, when you buy your hot dog in the Big Apple, it will come served with steamed onions and a pale, deli-style yellow mustard.

It seems this-all is REGIONAL.Smile
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Ketchup on a cheese dog, excellent combination.
 
My daughter used to put ketchup on scrambled eggs, yuck.
I can't complain but sometimes I still do.
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^My mother does that one. I should snatch some off her plate next time to see how it tastes.

She also does catsup on hashbrowns
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Ketchup on a cheese dog, excellent combination.
 
My daughter used to put ketchup on scrambled eggs, yuck.


Pls get, ketchup is mainly SUGAR.  I am human, so I can't eat a burger without it, but at least I have no illusions re wut it is or why we like it.

Just delved again;  classic ketchup is around 23% sugar!

All top brands offer reduced sugar varieties, but let's face it, given why we like it, bet almost nobody buys those.
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^Out of 17 grams, 3.7 of it is sugar. But probably none or little of it is added sugar, and most is just the sugar naturally in the Tomato.
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Do people really hum that LOUDLY?
One good thing about TV-you could always turn it off
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Originally posted by Papa Lazarou Papa Lazarou wrote:

^Out of 17 grams, 3.7 of it is sugar. But probably none or little of it is added sugar, and most is just the sugar naturally in the Tomato.


No!  Most of it is added sugar!!!!  Keep delving, U will see.  Which is why they can make the reduced sugar variety.
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Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

Do people really hum that LOUDLY?


They totally do.....when their pancreases are in anguished overdrive from having to process too much refined SUGAR.Smile
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I'll take refined sugar over the rabble commoner sugars any day. :P

Either way, there's no REAL difference. Both Tomatos and Sugar Cane contain Sucrose, which is glucose attached to fructose.
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Originally posted by Papa Lazarou Papa Lazarou wrote:

I'll take refined sugar over the rabble commoner sugars any day. :P

Either way, there's no REAL difference. Both Tomatos and Sugar Cane contain Sucrose, which is glucose attached to fructose.


Well, your choice, as long as U R not in da rivah in Egypt: issue is how much ADDED sugar is there?  And added fructose is no different from other forms of refined sugar.....and, while which we are all human, it's bad for us....make no mistake.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Ketchup on a cheese dog, excellent combination.
 
My daughter used to put ketchup on scrambled eggs, yuck.

I've never had a cheese dog.  Nor a corndog.

I'm with your daughter on the scrambled eggs thing.  I sometimes put ketchup on hard-boiled eggs, too.


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Originally posted by FocusedinNYC FocusedinNYC wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


I put ketchup on hot dogs!  Usually, both mustard and ketchup, but sometimes just mustard.  And if I have it, sauerkraut.




K....not yr fault, U live in CA.  Kidding. Wink  

Born and raised in Jersey.  Did it then, too.  Big smile


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