pretzel or corndog

YOUR QUESTION:
pretzel or corndog. answer you cowards

NAME TO CREDIT:
Jill & Adam

HOW TO PRONOUNCE IT:
just take a guess it’s cool

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can’t believe this issue wasn’t addressed

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:pretzel:

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I’ve never felt motivated to try a corndog. (In fact, these days even properly-presented :notes: sodium :notes: meat-tubes do cruel things to my aging innards.) :frowning: I’ve switched over to the soy-based stand-ins, mostly.

Gotta’ be pretzels.

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Pretzel, but neither if fried cheese curds, mini donuts, or funnel cake are also options.

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I actually don’t eat meat, so if I were to personally enjoy a corndog it would have to be of the fake meat/soy variety as well. Despite my joke question I don’t even personally feel qualified to answer, due to a lack of experience with corndogs as an adult. (loved them as a kid though)

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Hot take - funnel cakes kinda suck. They seem like they’re going to be awesome, but by the end it’s just all the same flavor, which was only really what you wanted for the first two bites. Make no mistake, I’m still finishing the whole thing most likely, I’m just doing it in a kind of sad sugar goblin kind of way.

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Is pretzel grass?

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I’m no coward. Pretzel.

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Up next: determining which character would gravitate towards which shape of pretzel. :thinking:

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How 'bout a hot dog, but the buns have the same ingredient as the pretzels, and tastes like one?

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I think there already are pretzel dogs. But I’m not ready for that, personally.

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Pretzel dog, all day, every day.

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Oh… nevermind.

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Oh, I’m not judging. They’re just not for me. :slight_smile:

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Hmm. Corn Dog or Pretzel? Pretzels always feel a little dry to me, even with sauce, and are a little chewy, while corn dogs do tend to be more enjoyable in my opinion. But if we’re talking about concession stand snacks for movies or games of some kind, I’m more of a popcorn guy myself

Pretzel dog, but you gotta get the good quality pretzel AND dog.

If the pretzel doesn’t use a lot of food-grade lye, or the hotdog doesn’t use a lot of food-grade dog, it’s a non-starter.