The Arizona Diamondbacks may not have what it takes to win a World Series title, but the franchise feels it has a championship caliber corn dog.
The Diamondbacks introduced the "D Bat Dog" recently to mixed reviews. To clarify, this behemoth of a corn dog measures 18 inches in length and is stuffed with cheddar cheese, bacon and jalapenos. If that's not enough to feed your enormous appetite, the corn dog also comes with French fries for a mere $25.
Those within the Diamondbacks organization with deal directly in concessions can't be more proud of this creation, and actually go as far as to say how much diversity it adds to the menu. Aside from the novelty of the "D Bat Dog" or sharing it among friends at a ball game to see if you can collectively triumph this corn dog on steroids, this menu item is just another example of a disgusting, fatty option for an already struggling society that can't seem to shake bad eating habits or shed unwanted pounds.
Of course, the argument in favor of the "D Bat Dog" is one that rightfully puts the onus on the consumer, especially those who probably shouldn't be taking a run at this righteous corn dog anyway. You have plenty of options when you go to a baseball game, and if you decided to tackle the "D Bat Dog" and regret it later, then that's on your conscious, not that of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The same could be said if you're out to eat at a restaurant or shuffling up and down the aisles of a grocery store. The buck stops with you, and you alone.
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