Oh No: Mitch Trubisky ONLY Puts Ketchup on His Hot Dogs

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Oh No: Mitch Trubisky ONLY Puts Ketchup on His Hot Dogs

Chicago Bears

As the foody-husband of a particularly picky eater, I’ve come to terms with the fact that some people just flat out don’t appreciate food the same way. They might like food. They might even eat a lot of it. But there’s just always going be an unbridgeable gap between people like my wife, who eat to live, and people like me, who live to eat.

To that end, if you’re one of those people who likes putting only ketchup on your hot dogs, I won’t blame you. I think you’re a crazy person missing out on something so much better because you’re afraid of the TRUTH … but I won’t blame you. After all, you’re just a civilian.

But when the quarter back of the CHICAGO FREAKIN’ BEARS likes only ketchup on his hotdogs, well, shoot … I guess the Bears should’ve drafted another QB last weekend:

If he didn’t already have a sausage lined in the lodging of his heart, Bill Swerski’s Superfans might’ve needed a restraining order after hearing this one. 

You can listen to the full interview right here at ESPN, and there are a number of other food takes. The food segment of the show begins right around the 41-minute mark … and the hot dog part comes in about five minutes later … none of it is good.

C’mon, Mitch. You’re better than that and you’re the QB of the Bears. Go get some yellow mustard, white onions, neon green relish, a pickle, a tomato, a sport pepper, and some celery salt and eat it like you’re SUPPOSED TO.

(Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Author: Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami covers the Chicago Cubs, Bears, and Bulls at Bleacher Nation. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami