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A newspaper has taken sides in the hot dog sandwich debate.

A newspaper has taken sides in the hot dog sandwich debate.

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No, a hot dog is not a sandwich. (Just ask Twitter.)

OK, it technically has two slices of bread with a meat in the middle. But the placement of the meat, as we all know, matters.

Not everyone agrees with this common logic.

But now, a newspaper is here with an official style guide correction to drop a mic on this whole debate. According to Refinery29 , the Louisville, Kentucky Courier-Journal has issued a correction for all the times it referred to a hot dog as a sandwich. The corrections date all the way back to 1887. (Who knew hot dogs even existed back then?) That's over a hundred years of evidence for the "hot dog as sandwich" team, all disbanded in one fell swoop.

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