The Buffalo Bills Can’t Figure Out What A Hot Dog Actually Is And It’s Tearing Up The Locker Room

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NEW YORK - JULY 4: Hot dogs are displayed on stage at the 2010 Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest at the original Nathan's Famous in Coney Island on July 4, 2010 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Joey Chestnut won this year's International Federation of Competitive Eating event, eating 54 hot dogs, while his biggest rival Takeru Kobayashi didn't compete due to a contract dispute with Major League Eating. Subsequently, Kobayashi was arrested for attempting to hop a barricade and get on the stage after the event, charges are pending.

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The Buffalo Bills just found out that their fans are, reportedly, the drunkest in the entire NFL, but inside the locker room, the players themselves are having a debate that sounds like it’s something you and your buddies would argue over.

The question: Is a hot dog a sandwich?


Seriously, that’s what players can’t figure out and it’s stirring up debate among those inside the locker room.

Look, when I’m eating a hot dog, I could care less if it’s a sandwich or not. All I really care about is that I don’t end up shitting my brains out or barfing it back up—but go ahead and argue away, Bills.

[H/T FTW.USAToday]

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