Tuesday, August 29, 2006


So, to add to the other fun I’m already having today

I couldn’t decide what to have for lunch today, since I’m not hungry at all. But there was a Mr. Sub right beside the bank machine I was using, so I figured I’d get a Seafood & Crab sub. I’ve had them before, and they’re pretty good. (Not as good as the Seafood & Crab subs at Subway used to be, but Subway discontinued that sub, so it’s no longer an issue.)

So I asked for it, and the woman behind the counter got a scoop of the seafood & crab mix, and put it on the bread. It was such a little amount of food that it wasn’t even enough to cover the bread. In the past, when I’ve got that sub from them, it’s been a half inch thick; I don’t usually even get any toppings with it, except salt and pepper, and it’s enough food. But in this case, I would have simply been eating bread, with a bit of cheese and seafood flavouring.

So I told them no thanks, and walked out. And, since I am still not feeling very hungry, I’m back to the drawing board, trying to decide what to have for lunch, if anything.

The funniest thing to me is that if you go to their web site—which I’m not linking to, because I’m petty that way—the Seafood & Crab sub is listed as one of their Premium Subs!

P.S. Every single time I typed “Seafood & Crab” for this post, my fingers accidentally typed “Seafood & Crap”. I had to go back manually and correct it all. I guess I just find “crap” more natural to type than “crab”. I don’t think it was a Freudian slip, but it may be hasty to make too many assumptions, at this juncture.