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为什么外国人叫香肠要叫HOTDOG??

大喵 2010-07-24
热狗?不是很奇怪么?
为什么要叫HOTDOG尼??
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  • [已注销]
    因为狗看到就热血沸腾?
  • kaga
    口感好
  • 铜铃
    HOTDOG不是香肠,是香肠包,香肠是SAUSAGE吧?
  • 好嘢!
    我要做真相帝 来自wiki的词源解释

    Etymology

    Hot dog vendor in AmsterdamThe term "dog" has been used as a synonym for sausage since 1884 and accusations that sausage makers used dog meat date to at least 1845.[13]

    According to a myth, the use of the complete phrase "hot dog" in reference to sausage was coined by the newspaper cartoonist Thomas Aloysius "TAD" Dorgan around 1900 in a cartoon recording the sale of hot dogs during a New York Giants baseball game at the Polo Grounds.[13] However, TAD's earliest usage of "hot dog" was not in reference to a baseball game at the Polo Grounds, but to a bicycle race at Madison Square Garden, in the The New York Evening Journal December 12, 1906, by which time the term "hot dog" in reference to sausage was already in use.[13][14] In addition, no copy of the apocryphal cartoon has ever been found.[15]

    The earliest usage of hot dog in clear reference to sausage found by Barry Popik appeared in the 28 September 1893 The Knoxville Journal.[14]

    It was so cool last night that the appearance of overcoats was common, and stoves and grates were again brought into comfortable use. Even the weinerwurst men began preparing to get the "hot dogs" ready for sale Saturday night.

    —28 September 1893, Knoxville (TN) Journal, "The [sic] Wore Overcoats," pg. 5

    Another early use of the complete phrase "hot dog" in reference to sausage appeared on page 4 of the October 19, 1895 issue of The Yale Record: "they contentedly munched hot dogs during the whole service."[14]

  • 奇洛李維斯回信
    香腸爲神馬要叫香腸?
  • 铜铃
    用GOOGLE搜hotdog的图片会有很多有意思的图和很诱人的热狗
  • [已注销]
    LSS,因为它很香而且像肠子
  • 雨过天不晴
    是由卖相而来的
  • 華嚴君
    德国香肠用来自慰最好 (ˇˍˇ)
  • 大喵
    2010-07-24 16:56:07 好嘢! 我要做真相帝 来自wiki的词源解释

    Etymology

    Hot dog vendor in AmsterdamThe term "dog" has been used as a synonym for sausage since 1884 and accusations that sausage makers used dog meat date to at least 1845.[13]

    According to a myth, the use of the complete phrase "hot dog" in reference to sausage was coined by the newspaper cartoonist Thomas Aloysius "TAD" Dorgan around 1900 in a cartoon recording the sale of hot dogs during a New York Giants baseball game at the Polo Grounds.[13] However, TAD's earliest usage of "hot dog" was not in reference to a baseball game at the Polo Grounds, but to a bicycle race at Madison Square Garden, in the The New York Evening Journal December 12, 1906, by which time the term "hot dog" in reference to sausage was already in use.[13][14] In addition, no copy of the apocryphal cartoon has ever been found.[15]

    The earliest usage of hot dog in clear reference to sausage found by Barry Popik appeared in the 28 September 1893 The Knoxville Journal.[14]

    It was so cool last night that the appearance of overcoats was common, and stoves and grates were again brought into comfortable use. Even the weinerwurst men began preparing to get the "hot dogs" ready for sale Saturday night.

    —28 September 1893, Knoxville (TN) Journal, "The [sic] Wore Overcoats," pg. 5

    Another early use of the complete phrase "hot dog" in reference to sausage appeared on page 4 of the October 19, 1895 issue of The Yale Record: "they contentedly munched hot dogs during the whole service."[14]



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    英语不行
    谁来解释下~
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