The hot dog we can't stop talking about.

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Well - You've heard of Fenway Franks - you've heard of Dodger Dogs - but did you know that now you can buy a "Carlos Danger Dog?" Earlier this month, Illinois-based Thrushwood Farms Quality Meats, and Orlando-based entrepreneur Randal Richards, launched their new joint venture - Carlos Danger, LLC. The company's signature product is the Danger Dog - and its namesake is the digital alter ego of New York City's - uh - hardest campaigner: the one and only Anthony Weiner.

Danger Dogs are 100 percent real beef, and they are advertised as the one brand of hot dogs that's "on everyone's lips." According to the Carlos Danger, LLC website - you can do pretty much everything you want with a Danger Dog. The company encourages its customers to "Jerk it with a Jerk spice, plump it, pull it or just figure it out on your own." Sounds like fun! The only problem is that unlike the real Carlos Danger's weiner - these novelty Carlos Danger weiners - well - they aren't Kosher...

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