It’s National Hot Dog Day, which is our most truly American holiday. Plenty of nations celebrate independence, presidents, and arbors... but how many celebrate encased meat? I enjoyed the day by eating Oscar Mayer hot dogs out what can only be described as a remote controlled hot dog-serving drone. AMERICA!
The Wienermobile is a legendary vehicle, but I'm not quite sure it's the best track vehicle. Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca didn't care. Here's the everyone's favorite rolling hot dog going down the Corkscrew.
Weather is a bitch, as evidenced by the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile crashing into a ditch. And it crashed into the same ditch it crashed into five years ago and the same picture was taken. Talk about irony!
There's three important questions when it comes to picking the right car for use as a baby/kid hauler: Is it engaging to drive? Is it reasonably capable of hauling my kid and related kid crap? And, finally, is it shaped like a colossal sausage? I finally found the car that meets these criteria: the Oscar Mayer…
Quick: There is a giant hot dog on wheels outside of your office. What do you do? That's right, you go for a damn ride.
On July 18th, 1936, the original Oscar Mayer Wienermobile first hit the road to spread its mission of wiener domination. Today, 75 years later, the phallic meat-mobile is here in New York City to restore pride to a similar-sounding name sullied by salacious sexting.
We saw some great stuff at yesterday's Sears Pointless LeMons BS Inspection, including a Citroën DS and a bunch of don't-try-this-at-home V8 swaps, but the NASCAR Meyer Wienermobile Corolla may have made the strongest impression on us.
The Wienermobile seems to be popping up quite a bit in recent weeks, this time venturing off course and inserting itself into a Wisconsin home while whistling 'Oh I wish I were an Os-car Mayer Wiener!'
Oscar G. Mayer III passed away last week and with that unfortunate news, the meat-hatin' folks at PETA have opened their mouths to suggest the beloved Wienermobile should be buried with him.
Oscar G. Mayer III, the 95-years-old retired chairman of previously family-owned Oscar Mayer, died yesterday. In his honor we've put together this historical reference guide to all ten Oscar Mayer Wienermobiles.
Anyone who has been to a public festival has seen a Red Bull-themed Mini or, if lucky, the Wienermobile. But have you ever seen the Peepmobile? But wait, there's more!
We're grateful that the two interns piloting this Wienermobile were not hurt when the 27-foot-long homage to America's appetite for ersatz meat products hit a patch of ice and spun out of control while barreling towards Penn State. It would not only be unfortunate, but make it harder to make jokes at their expense.…
So you're driving the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile in Tucson, just minding your own business, when you get pulled over by angry cops who think you've stolen what may be the most conspicuous vehicle in the world. Turns out the license plates (reading YUMMY) had been stolen and replaced a while back, but Johnny Law's…