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December 28, 2004

Useless Sandwich Blogging

i honestly don't see how Subway can stay in business with Quizno's out there.

Posted by annika, Dec. 28, 2004 |
Rubric: Pithy and/or Lame Thoughts


On nutrition: comparatively, the Quizno's sandwiches are way fattier and loaded with nutritional nasties.

That's the only reason why, because Quizno's is so much better.

Posted by: candy girl on Dec. 28, 2004

u got that right!

Posted by: annika on Dec. 28, 2004

Quizno's is way better. Subway leaves a lot to be desired.

I've noticed Subways are beginning to install toasters in their shops. Most likely in response to Quizno's.

Posted by: Jonathan on Dec. 28, 2004

I have to drive by the Subway World Headquarters on the way to and from work every day. I think really bad driving is a job requirement. I don't go there because if they can't manage to navigate the turn into the driveway how can the possible make a decent sandwich.

Posted by: Stephen Macklin on Dec. 28, 2004

Quiznos loses the essential advertising battle with their lame and obnoxious commercials. I think they hired the Burger King agency.

Posted by: Ted on Dec. 29, 2004

Apparently, Burger King was hoping to attract the customers who would enjoy an oddly costumed stranger showing up in bed.

Posted by: Jonathan on Dec. 29, 2004

Real simple how Subways stays in business. They are Open. I will never enter another Quiznos after the one and only time I tried to order a sub. I entered the store at 8:15PM on a Friday night, looked at the menu for a few minutes. I waited another few minutes before I was told that the store was closed. It wasn't even 8:30...and the door was still open and unlocked. When I drove by a half hour later (after stopping at a Subways) the Quiznos still appeared to be open. Never again. (And this story gets told EVERY time some ones asks me about Quiznos.)

Posted by: Aldo on Dec. 30, 2004

Women, you tell me - does Jared have magnetic sex appeal?

Posted by: Ontario Emperor on Dec. 31, 2004


Posted by: annika on Jan. 7, 2005