Hot dogs are a quintessential American food. You can find them at every summer barbecue, every Fourth of July cookout, and plenty of kids’ birthday parties.
Almost everyone uses the same few condiments on their hot dogs: ketchup, mustard, relish, and onions.
Some people like to get a little more creative with their hot dogs, adding chili, cheese, bacon, jalapeños, and other toppings.
People everywhere love hot dogs, even American icon Betty White, who says they’re the secret to long life (along with vodka).
Most of us can agree that the toppings I listed above are pretty widely accepted. There’s one topping that has the internet divided, though: peanut butter.
Yes, that’s right, peanut butter on hot dogs!
Apparently there are a good number of individuals who are big fans of peanut butter hot dogs; of course, there are also people who are disgusted by the concept.
Would you eat a peanut butter hot dog?
PEANUT BUTTER ON A HOT DOG...it’s good— Kyle Combs (@Combsy_) November 21, 2017
the All Shook Up is the Dog of the Week in Bellevue! Peanut butter banana bacon & a fried egg all on a Nathan's All Beef Hot Dog pic.twitter.com/l1q73bzNaF— BB Classic Dogs (@BBClassicDogs) October 26, 2016
I'm genuinely scared of people who put peanut butter on their hot dogs— Evan Stern (@evanjstern) January 17, 2018