The AMC Eagle Hot Dog lives.
Now, first thing, I admit last time I embellished the Hot Dog’s overall loss of color. Even still, it appears to be grayer somehow in real life than it does in this photo. You’ll just have to trust me, that may appear to be a moderately crappy yet fresh hot dog from a convenience store rotation grill. And it’s all that except for one thing–fresh. It’s been in that seat since at least October 5, two months ago today (photo taken yesterday).
I also see that I was mistaken about the two containers sitting on top of the Hot Dog. One is some kind of sandwich on rye, which I thought was sautee’d mushrooms for some reason. Although, I do seem to have correctly called the barbeque beef in the top container. And, you see the empty hot dog container on top. That’s a new addition. Good to know that whenever this person wanted a hot dog, they didn’t just reach down for the one in the passenger seat that’s been there for two months. I think at this point, given the sheer amount of biological activity that must be taking place within the Hot Dog, it’s appropriate to refer to it as a full-fledged passenger.
Also, on the floor there appears to be a container of either spaghetti or Chinese food with a fork in it. Not sure how long that’s been there.
For the record, I know it’s been the same Hot Dog this whole time. I seek this car out as I walk through the parking lot, and I almost always find it. Regular checking. It’s the same Hot Dog.