Hot dog!

hot dog

1. verb To perform daring, showy, often dangerous stunts so as to impress other people. (Usually used in the continuous tense; sometimes hyphenated.) Primarily heard in US. He spent the afternoon hot dogging on his jet ski in front of the ladies on the beach.
2. noun A person who performs such daring stunts. Primarily heard in US. There are always a few hot dogs at this park showing off on their skateboards.
3. interjection An exclamation of excitement or pleasant surprise. Primarily heard in US. Hot dog! I can't wait to try out my new motorbike! Our application was approved? Well, hot dog!
See also: dog, hot

Hot dog!

exclam. Wow! Hot dog! It’s my turn.
See also: hot
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"Hot Dog! Eleanor Roosevelt Throws a Picnic!" is an illustrated account of a famous casual party organized by Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady of the U.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] THE NEW YORKIE WITH ONION SAUCE Traditional sauce for the New York hot dog! 8 all-beef hot dogs, grilled 2 tablespoons olive oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 3 yellow onions, peeled and sliced 1/4 cup marinara sauce 11/2 teaspoons paprika 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper Salt and pepper to taste 8 hot dog buns, warmed In medium pan, heat olive oil over low heat.
Always wear sunscreen outside, unless you want to end up as a real hot dog!