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BECAUSE 5 DOLLAR 11 INCH SUBS ISN’T NEARLY AS CATCHY
BECAUSE 5 DOLLAR 11 INCH SUBS ISN’T NEARLY AS CATCHY

There calling it an OUTRAGE on online.  Really?  An outrage?  Apparently people are in a snit that SUBWAY’S Footlong Sub really ISN’T a foot long.  It’s only 11 inches!  That’s right, America, according to indisputable photographic evidence, the clever little jingle thats become an earwig (5 dollar foot long) is a big, fat, BMT, Meatball, Black Forest Ham, Veggie LIE!

The initial photo came from a guy in Australia who posted a photo of his footlong (sub) with a measuring tape on top, showing that the sandwich was CLEARLY 11 inches.  After posting that photo the food floodgates were opened as others posted pictures of their “fradulent” subs.

There are theories to explain it all.  One, that the bread starts at 12 inches but then shrinks when toasted, OR that SUBWAY never had 12 inch bread to begin with and it just took this much time for someone to stumble upon the discrepancy.

There’s been no official response from SUBWAY.  And in my opinion, nor should there be.  It’s a SANDWICH, people.  Save that anger for something that really matters…like when is somebody gonna bring back TWINKIES!

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