I thoguht they fixed that already. We only get 8 hot dogs and 8 buns in our packages.
Because "Bulletproof Monk" was on TV last night, which is where you got that question from, and you feel like repeating that stupid question for no apparent reason....do hot dogs come in packages of 8 while hot dog buns come in packages of 10?
The answer given by the movie:
"See, the thing is, life doesn't always work out according to plan so be happy with what you've got, because you can always get a hot dog."
Obviously, this question is crap, has nothing to do with the numerical difference in hotdogs and their containers.
Hot dogs are made of scary things. I knew someone who converted to vegetarianism because she found out what went into street-vendor hot dogs.
Me, I don't care. As long as it's not an animal I'll eat it if I like it. =P Even if it's chemicals.
Originally Posted by Jakko
No your wrong, what the hell is bullet proof monk. I got it from that movie where the guys daughter was getting married and he was spenting a fortune on her wedding, and eventually went berserk in a grocery store ripping the two extra buns out of the bag stating "why the hell is there 10 buns but sausages only come in eight." So that got me curious.
I never said anything about containers and numerical differences and shit, and half the threads here are crap, so why not add some more. Got a problem with it well fucking deal with it.
Container=Flowery term for the buns, I am in a wierd mood.
Numerical difference=Yeah, you did. 8 vs. 10, that is a numerical difference to me, last time I checked.
The movie you are talking about= "Father of the Bride."
Why its like that= Possible Theories:
1. It is no longer like that, you can now buy some companies' hotdogs in pakages of 8 or 10, as with buns.<--This is true.
2. You know, sometimes the buns stick together, were not cut right, so you need extra's.
because some people use hot dog buns for things other than hot dogs....
i eat hotdog with out the bread sometimes actually all the time. plain rice and hotdog goes together just fine.
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I think he is making a pun off the name "thatthat" by saying that twice.