Vancouverites are freaking out over this $38 hot dog water

Jun 19 2018, 12:29 am

Over the past weekend at Car Free Day on Main Street, Vancouverites were stunned by the latest in “healthy food and drink” trends.

One tent was sharing science’s latest breakthrough, unfiltered hot dog water.

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Visitors to the tent could try complimentary samples of the breakthrough health drink and watch it be made right in front of their eyes.

According to an information brief from the company, hot dog water is not only keto compatible but can aid in weight loss, increased brain function, increased vitality, and it can help the drinker look younger.

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Other “breakthrough” benefits of the beverage included:

  • Aiding your body’s ability to access calcium channel receptors in your heart.
  • Increasing the body’s metabolic demand to help you burn weight “quickly and efficiently”
  • Balancing the state of your body’s multicellular organisms, thus helping you achieve “max capacity for biological defences”

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Along with some testimonials and DIY instructions, the hot dog water was available to the public at a hefty price of $37.99.

Perhaps the most enticing part of the “newly-found product?” A tiny little history explaining that “hot dog water in its absurdity hopes to encourage critical thinking related to product marketing and the significant role it can play in our purchasing choices.

Hopefully, the valuable lesson made its way to everyone who passed by the stand. Here’s to hoping hot dogs stay out of bottled water and in a bun with ketchup and mustard, where they rightfully belong.

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