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Man Sells 'Hot Dog Water' For A Whopping $37.99—And His Reasoning Sounds Kinda Crazy

By Mustafa Gatollari

Years ago, when Limp Bizkit was a thing for a lot of people, Fred Durst and company decided to name one of their albums "Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water."

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The album cover is fairly awful and a bit disgusting. I'm not sure what's going on with the "chocolate starfish" in that picture, but I have a few ideas, and I'm not really interested in pursuing them any further.

Now I'm going to go out on a limb and assume that the band didn't include "hot dog flavored water" in the title of their album in an attempt to entice prospective CD buyers by invoking a sense of deliciousness. I'm fairly sure repulsion is exactly what they were going for.

So imagine the surprise many people felt when they learned that Hot Dog Water is now being sold at the annual Car Free Day festival in Vancouver, Canada. And it's $37.99 a bottle. In case you were wondering what such a ghastly-sounding and seemingly overpriced product would look like, well, here you go.