the emails we get #138: coney dog poster

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Working at Metro Times, you never know what kind of fun stuff you'll discover in your email inbox. This morning, I found this. Yeah, a website dedicated to artistic renderings of hot dogs with geographic connotations. Papaya dog, really? What have I been missing out on?

Anyway, they have a Detroit Coney poster. But we have to ask, does anyone really call the chili "coney sauce?" Gross. And did we want to know we're eating cow hearts? And who's buying these? Does anyone else think the dog looks like a tongue wearing a birthday hat?

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