"that's a smith and wesson, and you've had your six"
This brings to mind something I was recently made aware of. When one bites into a hot dog, one never remarks "This hot dog is raw!" or "This hot dog is undercooked!" Cold, maybe, but never undercooked or raw.
Given that many hot dogs actually do have meat in them, "raw" would seem to be one of many possible states of being for that hot dog. And yet it appears that such a state does not exist among hot dogs.
Which brings to mind all sorts of questions, the answers to which I do not want to know.
Well there Normy, it's a little known fact that indeed Hot Dogs are pre-cooked, per-cured, or smoked. We are just heating them up. And that the hot dog has also been attributed to Johann Georghehner, a 17th century butcher from the Bavarian city of Coburg who is said to have invented the "dachshund" or "little-dog" sausage and brought it to Frankfurt.