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#1 Posted by DonutFever (3807 posts) -

If a hot dog is a durger, is a burger a bog?

#2 Posted by dudeglove (9274 posts) -
@DonutFever:
Don't you mean a hot bog?
#3 Posted by DonutFever (3807 posts) -
@dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever:  Don't you mean a hot bog? "
No, it's not called a hot durger, so it's not a hot bog.
#4 Posted by dudeglove (9274 posts) -
@DonutFever said:
" @dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever:  Don't you mean a hot bog? "
No, it's not called a hot durger, so it's not a hot bog. "
No no, I'm going by your formula hot dog = durger
Therefore if you're saying bog = burger should it not have the prefix 'hot', so a hot bog is a burger - right?
#5 Posted by Tebbit (4571 posts) -
@dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever said:
" @dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever:  Don't you mean a hot bog? "
No, it's not called a hot durger, so it's not a hot bog. "
No no, I'm going by your formula hot dog = durger Therefore if you're saying bog = burger should it not have the prefix 'hot', so a hot bog is a burger - right? "
Hot whats in the who now!?
#6 Posted by jkz (4079 posts) -
@dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever said:
" @dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever:  Don't you mean a hot bog? "
No, it's not called a hot durger, so it's not a hot bog. "
No no, I'm going by your formula hot dog = durger Therefore if you're saying bog = burger should it not have the prefix 'hot', so a hot bog is a burger - right? "
Damn, you went all algebra on that equation. I'd suggest thinking of it this way

Hot Dog          Burger
------------   as -----------
Durger                 ?
#7 Posted by Jack268 (3368 posts) -
@dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever said:
" @dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever:  Don't you mean a hot bog? "
No, it's not called a hot durger, so it's not a hot bog. "
No no, I'm going by your formula hot dog = durger Therefore if you're saying bog = burger should it not have the prefix 'hot', so a hot bog is a burger - right? "
QFT
#8 Posted by DonutFever (3807 posts) -
@dudeglove said:

" @DonutFever said:

" @dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever:  Don't you mean a hot bog? "
No, it's not called a hot durger, so it's not a hot bog. "
No no, I'm going by your formula hot dog = durger Therefore if you're saying bog = burger should it not have the prefix 'hot', so a hot bog is a burger - right? "
Perhap s Bot Dog?  But I prefer Bog.
#9 Posted by Gamer_152 (14282 posts) -

Damn, who wants to eat a bog? That doesn't sound very appetizing at all.

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#10 Posted by Allprox (614 posts) -

No, it's a sandwich.
DID U C WAT I DID THAR????

#11 Posted by Symphony (1934 posts) -
@Gamer_152 said:
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Damn, who wants to eat a bog? That doesn't sound very appetizing at all.

"
More appetizing than a swamp, but less so than a marsh I'd venture to guess.
#12 Posted by Hailinel (25787 posts) -
@Symphony said:
" @Gamer_152 said:
"

Damn, who wants to eat a bog? That doesn't sound very appetizing at all.

"
More appetizing than a swamp, but less so than a marsh I'd venture to guess. "
But marshmallows are tasty, especially when roasted over a fire or in a cup of hot chocolate.  I'd hate to see what a bogmallow is like.
#13 Posted by Symphony (1934 posts) -
@Hailinel said:
" @Symphony said:
" @Gamer_152 said:
"

Damn, who wants to eat a bog? That doesn't sound very appetizing at all.

"
More appetizing than a swamp, but less so than a marsh I'd venture to guess. "
But marshmallows are tasty, especially when roasted over a fire or in a cup of hot chocolate.  I'd hate to see what a bogmallow is like. "
Exactly! Which is part of the reason why a marsh is more appetizing than a bog.
#14 Posted by Gamer_152 (14282 posts) -
@Symphony said:
" @Gamer_152 said:
"

Damn, who wants to eat a bog? That doesn't sound very appetizing at all.

"
More appetizing than a swamp, but less so than a marsh I'd venture to guess. "

Well one of my biggest problems with bog is that it's British slang for toilet. Although on the whole burger/durger issue I don't believe you need to change the name of burgers, the fact that durgers are called durgers suggests that they are the counterparts to burgers, if you start changing around the word burger you almost rob the word durger of it's etymology.
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#15 Posted by FunExplosions (5535 posts) -

#16 Posted by TheGremp (2082 posts) -
@DonutFever said:
" @dudeglove said:
" @DonutFever:  Don't you mean a hot bog? "
No, it's not called a hot durger, so it's not a hot bog. "
YOU ARE INCORRECT

#17 Posted by AlwaysAngry (3004 posts) -

What...the...fuck...

#18 Posted by armaan8014 (5766 posts) -