The hotdog.

The most baffling of all meat products

Lord knows what it's composed of. Probably the biproducts of about a zillion other animals. It's the trash of everything thrown together to form something that tastes pretty damn good.

The English Language can be paralleled to the hot dog. Like the hot dog, English is the result of thousands of other languages that are either dead or living melded together to form a language. Words in English come from German, French, Latin, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Greek, and even Sanskrit. Words in our language have been derived from plays and other works. Grammatical rules derive from just as many languages.

So eat a hot dog, and eat english!