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Entry from September 20, 2017
“Why did the pirate send his hot dog back at Nathan’s?"/"Because it was a salty dog.”

A pirate riddle is:

Q: Why did the pirate send his hot dog back at Nathan’s?
A: Because it was a salty dog!


The joke was posted on PirateJokes.net on December 2, 2008.


Wikipedia: Salty dog
Salty Dog may refer to:

. Salty dog (cocktail), a drink made with vodka or gin and grapefruit juice
. Salty dog (slang), a slang phrase with several meanings, including “an experienced sailor” and “libidinous”

Wikipedia: Nathan’s Famous
Nathan’s Famous, Inc. is an American company that operates a chain of fast food restaurants specializing in hot dogs.

The original Nathan’s restaurant stands at the corner of Surf and Stillwell Avenues in the Coney Island neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City, New York.

PirateJokes.net
On December 2, 2008, regular scallywag Lucky Rocket said:
Q: Why did the pirate send his hot dog back at Nathan’s?
A: Because it was a salty dog!

Twitter
piratejokes‏
@piratejokes
Why did the pirate send his hot dog back at Nathan’s?
Because it was a salty dog!
5:19 PM - 19 Sep 2010

Twitter
JustMePammy‏
@JustMePammy
Why did the pirate send his hot dog back at Nathan’s?
Because it was a salty dog!
1:14 PM - 19 Sep 2013

Twitter
piratejokes‏
@piratejokes
Why did the pirate send his hot dog back at Nathan’s?
Because it was a salty dog!
8:19 AM - 25 Jan 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Wednesday, September 20, 2017 • Permalink