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(YouTube)   Food Wars US vs. India: rather than simply be silently ashamed that America sent the Subway franchise to India, this video instead compares the Indian and US versions   ( divider line
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276 clicks; posted to Food » on 14 Aug 2022 at 11:35 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-08-14 6:32:30 PM  
US subways have meat, India doesn't do beef or pork so there is nothing to compare.

/DNW, watched one before and it was useless
2022-08-14 9:28:22 PM  
A 23 minute video on Subway? No way I'm watching that/

Is there a Buzzfeed listicle I can scroll through in a minute and a half?
2022-08-15 12:10:35 AM  
I'll say it again:

If you are an American traveling overseas, you should only visit a U.S. chain restaurant under these circumstances:

1) You are drunk.
2) It is late at night.
3) They are the only place serving food.
2022-08-15 7:04:54 AM  
I have a doubt.
2022-08-15 7:15:26 AM  
The bad Subway "bread" would seem to be the biggest insult in India.
2022-08-15 9:26:14 AM  

stilted: A 23 minute video on Subway? No way I'm watching that/

It's really bad, too.

/tried to watch on 1.5 playback speed, stopped when they photoshop'd themselves as 6-foot subs.
2022-08-15 12:11:59 PM  
The worst crime of this video isn't that it's 23 minutes long, but that it's goddamned boring for the entirety of the 23-minute period.
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