@jonny_anonymous: I'm purr-fectly fine with the Giant Bomb forums having to use the term "biffslap." We have to make it happen! It's only a fitting tribute to a goggles-bearing cat that has given us so much comedy throughout the years.
What would be the opposite of biffslap tho? With the arrival of the glorious, sexy, and tasteful Zebra posterior gracing the site, I think @biffmcblumpkin would be quite tickled.
If you slice the hot dogs in half, then lay them out on the bread, that would be a sandwich.
Now, if you are saying that a traditional style hot dog is a sandwich, that is incorrect. The proper definition of a sandwich is that it is meat and condiments between TWO pieces of bread means that a traditionally made hot dog does not get classified as a sandwich since a hot dog bun is ONE piece of bread wrapped around the hot dog.
So the only logical conclusion is that a hotdog is a sub sandwich. I don't see how ordering a "hotdog sub" would be different than ordering a hotdog. So i guess it's technically a kind of sandwich.
THANK YOU!!! I've been trying to explain that to people for years. IMO, any mean, veggies, and/or condiment between bread is a sandwich. Just like putting Felafel in Pita is a sandwich.
But wouldn't Pita cross the line between a taco and a wrap? It's just one piece of bread, folded over with all types of goodies in the middle - sounds like a taco. But the Pita bread texture and consistency is a far cry from both hard taco shells and tortillas. That is where I get a bit confused.
@spoonman671: If I just sat down and knocked one out...the whole length of the podcast of course, so typically about two hours, at least 45min of pausing throughout the show to take notes, then at least another quarter hour for formatting/linking the post itself.
@hassun: Well, this thing has been going on for the past....4 years? Something like that. This is the 40th time I've done this, so it's not quite new, but lets be honest, it is slightly behind schedule.