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(Boston.com)   No matter how you slice it, punching a sandwich maker is not an acceptable response to too many pickles   (boston.com) divider line 78
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2013-05-14 10:08:11 AM  
So she gets assualt I see, big dill.
 
2013-05-14 10:10:18 AM  

kdawg7736: So she gets assualt I see, big dill.


I meant assault.
 
2013-05-14 10:12:59 AM  

bungle_jr: vudukungfu: bungle_jr: i prefer tuna for sandwiches to consist of only tuna, miracle whip, salt, pepper, and crumbled lays potato chips.

you white, right?

how'd you guess?

and

what difference does it make?


I made sandwiches for 12 years for a very hungry public.
I had to learn ASL for some clients.
But that is one white sammich.
I suppose a brother might be inclined to eat that, but I never met one.
I did learn to dunk fried chicken in mayo from a brother, though.
/but he wouldn't touch "mickle" whip.
 
2013-05-14 10:13:19 AM  
hey you guys what's going on here

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-14 10:15:49 AM  

vudukungfu: bungle_jr: vudukungfu: bungle_jr: i prefer tuna for sandwiches to consist of only tuna, miracle whip, salt, pepper, and crumbled lays potato chips.

you white, right?

how'd you guess?

and

what difference does it make?

I made sandwiches for 12 years for a very hungry public.
I had to learn ASL for some clients.
But that is one white sammich.
I suppose a brother might be inclined to eat that, but I never met one.
I did learn to dunk fried chicken in mayo from a brother, though.
/but he wouldn't touch "mickle" whip.


dat be raciss, yo

but yeah, i do suppose that's a very caucasian sammich i've described
oh, and i do like it on plain super soft white bread (just doesn't tast right on any other kind of bread), but i'd just as soon scoop it up with ritz crackers
 
2013-05-14 10:16:18 AM  
hounds ear pickles.
ew
ew
ew
 
2013-05-14 11:00:19 AM  
I like sweet pickles.
 
2013-05-14 11:10:16 AM  
I always ask that the pickles are placed carefully, one at a time, and in the precise location that I point to, until I'm completely satisfied.

"There. There. There. There. Over a bit. There. There. Yes, there. There. There. There. There. There. There. Now, STOP!"

That's for a 6" sub. If it's a 12", I just force my way behind the counter with my mace cannister and put the pickles on myself.

/Can only visit each sub shop once.
 
2013-05-14 11:33:10 AM  
No matter how you slice it, punching a sandwich maker is not an acceptable response to too many pickles

Violence against women is never justified.

Wait, was this actually about sandwhiches?  Didn't read the article...
 
2013-05-14 11:54:17 AM  
People know you can remove extraneous pickles, right? That's what I do. It's not difficult. You open the sammich, remove the "extra" pickles, close sammich, done. No punching necessary.
 
2013-05-14 12:00:06 PM  
damn pickles trying to be something they're not.


hotsaucedaily.com


/i love these things
 
2013-05-14 12:23:47 PM  
It's sandwich ARTIST subby.Jeez!
 
2013-05-14 12:24:34 PM  
Subway?

*click*

Nathan's. Okay; I half-expected Subway. There's something about Subway that makes a lot of customers just lose their ENTIRE minds. I read more bad-customer stories about Subway than about any other fast-food retailer, and considering I've seen most of the *crazy 800 lb lady tries to crawl through drive-thru window to kill server" videos on YouTube, that's saying something.

It's not just the savage hostility, either; I see people doing their weeks' grocery shopping in there, walking out with more footlongs than I could comfortably lift. My personal favorite, though, has always been the 60+ year old woman who has probably never had to make a decision in her life, trying to pick between four kinds of bread, three kinds of cheese, and good lord, since when does processed luncheon meat come in so many varieties? I shall have to ponder upon this. Possibly for the duration of an ice age.

But that's okay, because my cousin's meatball marinara subs are health food. He saw it on those commercials with Jared; the guy ate at Subway for weeks and lost a zillion pounds. True, he's ordering meatball footlongs while Jared's nutritionist was buying him low-fat no-cheese ham sandwiches, but that weight loss should kick in any day now. Any day now.

All of which is weird, because the cashiers seem nice.
 
2013-05-14 12:34:55 PM  

peasandcarrots: Subway?

*click*

Nathan's. Okay; I half-expected Subway. There's something about Subway that makes a lot of customers just lose their ENTIRE minds. I read more bad-customer stories about Subway than about any other fast-food retailer, and considering I've seen most of the *crazy 800 lb lady tries to crawl through drive-thru window to kill server" videos on YouTube, that's saying something.

It's not just the savage hostility, either; I see people doing their weeks' grocery shopping in there, walking out with more footlongs than I could comfortably lift. My personal favorite, though, has always been the 60+ year old woman who has probably never had to make a decision in her life, trying to pick between four kinds of bread, three kinds of cheese, and good lord, since when does processed luncheon meat come in so many varieties? I shall have to ponder upon this. Possibly for the duration of an ice age.

But that's okay, because my cousin's meatball marinara subs are health food. He saw it on those commercials with Jared; the guy ate at Subway for weeks and lost a zillion pounds. True, he's ordering meatball footlongs while Jared's nutritionist was buying him low-fat no-cheese ham sandwiches, but that weight loss should kick in any day now. Any day now.

All of which is weird, because the cashiers seem nice.


Since there are more Subways locations in the US than McDonalds and Burger King combined, I'm not surprised.
 
2013-05-14 12:36:07 PM  

peasandcarrots: Subway?

*click*

Nathan's. Okay; I half-expected Subway. There's something about Subway that makes a lot of customers just lose their ENTIRE minds. I read more bad-customer stories about Subway than about any other fast-food retailer, and considering I've seen most of the *crazy 800 lb lady tries to crawl through drive-thru window to kill server" videos on YouTube, that's saying something.

It's not just the savage hostility, either; I see people doing their weeks' grocery shopping in there, walking out with more footlongs than I could comfortably lift. My personal favorite, though, has always been the 60+ year old woman who has probably never had to make a decision in her life, trying to pick between four kinds of bread, three kinds of cheese, and good lord, since when does processed luncheon meat come in so many varieties? I shall have to ponder upon this. Possibly for the duration of an ice age.

But that's okay, because my cousin's meatball marinara subs are health food. He saw it on those commercials with Jared; the guy ate at Subway for weeks and lost a zillion pounds. True, he's ordering meatball footlongs while Jared's nutritionist was buying him low-fat no-cheese ham sandwiches, but that weight loss should kick in any day now. Any day now.

All of which is weird, because the cashiers seem nice.


i've never had a problem with subway.

then again, i don't fit any of the crazy personas you mentioned. i simply go for a sandwich, know which kind of bread, meat, toppings i want ahead of time or after about 10 - 20 seconds of looking at the menu.

only time i've been alone and purchased multiples was when i was tdy at eskan village, saudi arabia. once a week subway would setup shop on base and sell footlongs for, if i remember correctly, $5 (this was 13 years ago). most of us would usually get 2 or 3 subs, since they are good for 2 or 3 days of refrigeration.

strange thing was they served pork products...ham and bacon. they did not do that off base, being in saudi arabia, but i guess they were ok with us having the choice.
 
2013-05-14 12:40:00 PM  

FrancoFile: peasandcarrots: Subway?

*click*

Nathan's. Okay; I half-expected Subway. There's something about Subway that makes a lot of customers just lose their ENTIRE minds. I read more bad-customer stories about Subway than about any other fast-food retailer, and considering I've seen most of the *crazy 800 lb lady tries to crawl through drive-thru window to kill server" videos on YouTube, that's saying something.

It's not just the savage hostility, either; I see people doing their weeks' grocery shopping in there, walking out with more footlongs than I could comfortably lift. My personal favorite, though, has always been the 60+ year old woman who has probably never had to make a decision in her life, trying to pick between four kinds of bread, three kinds of cheese, and good lord, since when does processed luncheon meat come in so many varieties? I shall have to ponder upon this. Possibly for the duration of an ice age.

But that's okay, because my cousin's meatball marinara subs are health food. He saw it on those commercials with Jared; the guy ate at Subway for weeks and lost a zillion pounds. True, he's ordering meatball footlongs while Jared's nutritionist was buying him low-fat no-cheese ham sandwiches, but that weight loss should kick in any day now. Any day now.

All of which is weird, because the cashiers seem nice.

Since there are more Subways locations in the US than McDonalds and Burger King combined, I'm not surprised.


i used to joke that if i ever had a house built it would probably have a subway restaurant in it
they are so easy to set up compared to most other fast food...low square footage, no fryers, no large ovens, no flattops or stovetops...basically a fridge (and i assume a freezer), ovens that fit behind the counter to bake the bread, a convection oven to toast the sammies (rather new...not in their stores when i joked about having one in my house), and a refrigerated display/assembly counter
 
2013-05-14 12:58:32 PM  
But was the meat in the sandwich perfectly normal ?

/no matter, surely the sandwich maker was mostly harmless.
 
2013-05-14 01:10:06 PM  
Bubble Bass approves of this sandwich.  Dont forget the pickles ! Hee Hee Haw Hee Hee Haw !
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2013-05-14 01:54:23 PM  
Patti you're the pickle in my coleslaw,
Patti you're the sugar in my tea,
Patti you're the relish on my hot dog,
Patti you're the Mayonnaise for me. OH OH OH
 
2013-05-14 02:02:06 PM  

Neondion: Patti you're the pickle in my coleslaw,
Patti you're the sugar in my tea,
Patti you're the relish on my hot dog,
Patti you're the Mayonnaise for me. OH OH OH


what a great show :) one of the 3 original nicktoons!

too bad when it went to abc they ruined it!
 
2013-05-14 02:03:48 PM  

bungle_jr: Neondion: Patti you're the pickle in my coleslaw,
Patti you're the sugar in my tea,
Patti you're the relish on my hot dog,
Patti you're the Mayonnaise for me. OH OH OH

what a great show :) one of the 3 original nicktoons!

too bad when it went to abc they ruined it!


It was funny.  I dug it.
 
2013-05-14 02:06:44 PM  

jfivealive: bungle_jr: Neondion: Patti you're the pickle in my coleslaw,
Patti you're the sugar in my tea,
Patti you're the relish on my hot dog,
Patti you're the Mayonnaise for me. OH OH OH

what a great show :) one of the 3 original nicktoons!

too bad when it went to abc they ruined it!

It was funny.  I dug doug it.


pet peeve
 
2013-05-14 02:25:44 PM  
I like cucumber, I like vinegar, but pickles are disgusting.
 
2013-05-14 02:29:43 PM  

thetrenchcoat: At least no one stuck their dick in the pickle slicer.


One of my faves. I heard she got fired too.
 
2013-05-14 03:00:07 PM  

thetrenchcoat: At least no one stuck their dick in the pickle slicer.


Took way too long for this to surface in the thread.
Assuming/hoping subby was leading towards it with the headline.
 
2013-05-14 09:16:56 PM  
images.freemans.com
 
2013-05-14 09:53:56 PM  

Do the needful: ladyfortuna: bungle_jr: i prefer tuna for sandwiches to consist of only tuna, miracle whip, salt, pepper, and crumbled lays potato chips.

My brother!

Let the mayo vs. MW wars commence, I have your back.

(gathers up in a circle) Let's do this!!


I think we scared them off :D
 
2013-05-15 12:31:17 AM  
What a sandwich maker looks like:

www.bbc.co.uk
 
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