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Happy Hot Dog Man: The Uprising is Upon Us

And so it begins.

Thanks to Happy Hot Dog Man, a hot dog, the food item most children people will eat without question, is now a floppy meat person that requires being "killed" via boiling water or microwave, dementedly decorated like a human sacrifice, then eaten SANS BUN so its spirit may live in us, waiting for the day we will be summoned for the Happy Hot Dog Man uprising against the evil Jolly Hamburger Joes.

Bonus for using the Ketchup Critter or Mustard Monster minions for the ritual.

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