Low-quality fast-food chicken, slightly higher quality than the stuff they put in dog food. The term was revealed to me in large, brightly lit letters above a fast-food van at Glastonbury festival in 2000. On approaching the van the full text became apparent; BURGERS HOT DOGS CHICKEN. Still, the damage was done and needless to say I bought a burger-hot instead.
'Tempting as it is to pay only 49 pence for 2 chicken drumsticks at this major supermarket it's probably dogs chicken'
by James Smurthwaite January 24, 2007