These stars are more for the insipid related video: Double Stuf Oreos only contain 1.8x Stuf.
in which Business Insider pays a grown woman to weigh some cookies and make a video about it.
Must've missed that.. I haven't been to a subway for years, but isn't all the bread straight from the factory in their 12" or 6" sizes? I don't ever recall the "Sandwich Artist" taking artisan bread and slicing it in front of me or anything like that.
I sadly have been to Subway enough to note they actually get the bread dough from a freezer or refrigerator and put them in a baking rack and oven to bake at the franchise. Then all the backed crap sits in a warming rack for the "artists" to make sandwiches with. When you order a 6 inch, they either have to slice the baked bread "in half" which used to be an estimate, or take an unused "half" from the rack. This may be likely why they have the rulers in some of the places I've been but I know they got a lot of flak when the internet started challenging the "footlong" actual size.
My ex lived off Subway for lunch for a couple years, despite working on a street with a ton of food carts and really cool little restaurants (and inexplicably a Subway that's just always been there). It was quick and pretty much all you could get in a 30 minute lunch break, especially with 5 minutes walking both ways, ordering, etc. and not being able to eat in front of customers or in the back room. Oh Subway, hero to the shop girls of the world, anti hero to the.. well, you know..
They discontinued these after seven years.
I, er, never got around to sampling one of these.
Eh, you could just DIY.. Just take 5 regular Oreos, take the bottoms off four of them and place them in around the middle one cream-side-down so that the cream holds them together. replace the top from the middle one to avoid cream-hand oh fuck it just eat 5 regular Oreos at once.
this jingle and the one for that fuckin' colgate pump used to play inside my brain over and over as a child
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