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(Thrillist)   Subway unveils its first-ever footlong cookie for National Cookie Day. Of course this is Subway, so no actual cookies were actually involved   (thrillist.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Chocolate chip cookie, Chocolate, free Jimmy John's cookie, Confectionery, Subway Series signature sammies, Fruit, footlong flavors, own National Cookie Day celebration  
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2022-12-01 1:16:59 AM  
And it's not really a footlong either.
 
2022-12-01 4:46:00 AM  
Why does everything they make look like utter sh*t?
 
2022-12-01 5:32:27 AM  

NewportBarGuy: Why does everything they make look like utter sh*t?


Their sandwiches are fine; I don't see what the probl

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2022-12-01 7:30:50 AM  
They like oatmeal raisin cookies, AND they call sandwiches "sammies". Why would I take their advice on anything?
 
2022-12-01 7:32:22 AM  
"The Great Pickle: This cookie is layered with peanut butter and marshmallow crème on a vanilla sugar cookie base with salty potato chips, bacon crumbles, and yep, the brand's new dill pickles."

Uh...  Not even Dagwood would approve of this abomination
 
2022-12-01 11:24:47 AM  

BizarreMan: And it's not really a footlong either.


That's ok though, the big ones hurt too much...
 
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