Magical appliance turns hamburger meat into hot dogs

Billions of years from now, in the final seconds before the heat death of the universe snuffs out life for all eternity, the last living creature can take comfort in the fact that we didn't fade away before creating the Ham Dogger. You can experience its magic today for $6.77


  1. ok… but be ye warn-ed:  if thou makes hotdogs of ones hamburger one must forgo ketchup lest ye die. for what was once a friend of ketchup is now its foe.  sine-die

          1. As much as I’d love to take credit for this one, a shout out to my man Ray Kroc at McD’s for that special sauce.

    1. The good news is that as long as you use USDA-approved meat, odds are that it won’t actually be more than 5% turd.

  2. Garbage in, garbage out. Most impulse buyers… er, customers, are probably unlikely to use it thrice and just go back to packs of H-dogs.

  3. Bill’s World Famous Cheeseburger at the Olympic Club in San Francisco has been serving these since the 50s.

    1. And the secret ingredient is something you might not expect.
      “There’s no secret,” she said. “It’s us.”

      Bill’s World Famous Cheeseburger is people!

  4. Wow, Bob Dobbs was right.  Watching the slow implosion of our culture really *does* takes it’s toll on even the stoutest of minds… 

  5. Almost as cool as the 70’s Hot Dog Cooker…called the “Hot Dogger”.

    You put the hot dog inbtween a set of electrode spikes…and then plugged it in. The current would flow between the hotdog and electrocute and cook them.

    1. Me too! In fact, I wondered if this was just some rebranded cevapcici maker. I started to google for that but only got as far as this amazing video:

  6. The trick to reading this post is to skip all the Boing Boing comments (including this one) and go directly to the Amazon customer reviews. 


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