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January 13, 2017

18 Gross Vintage Hot Dog Ads

Hot dogs are an all-American meal any day of the year. They have long been a part of our family dinner table, from Skinless franks to Oscar Mayer wieners to the gourmet dogs of the modern grocery aisle. Let's take a look at some vintage print advertisements that will either have you hungering for hot dogs or opting for a burger.

1. Creamed Diced Carrots in Onion Cups? We'll stick with chips, thanks.



2. Do not try dunking your hot dogs in milk.



3. Oscar Mayer hid BBQ in cans with its "Sack O'Sauce."



4. "DO NOT BOIL," the ad warns. Well now we really want to boil them to see what happens.



5. No weirder than Pigs in a Blanket. Okay, a little weirder.



6. A young Conan O'Brien or a young Joey Chestnut?



7. "Hot Dog" and "Chowder" are not words you find together in modern cuisine.



8. Coca-Cola recommended dumping potato salad atop your dog in 1978.



9. There are many ways to slice a hot dog, especially if you want it to resemble a sea creature.



10. Warning: Eat your hot dogs lengthwise, not sideways.



11. Chachi look-alikes agree: the cheesier, the better.



12. Frankfurter Crown Casserole is the food of kings.



13. Remember when mom would just throw some pantry items into a pan?



14. Germany may be the home of frankfurters, but hot dogs helped us win the war.



15. "Weeny Crackers" is our new favorite exclamation.



16. In case you need to encase 9,600 hot dogs per hour.



17. This one slathers on the double entendres like mustard.



18. Pillsbury sold its "Wiener Wraps" in Onion and Mexican flavors. Not for long.


(via MeTV)

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