Social media buzzes at picture of 11-inch Subway "footlong" sandwich on Facebook

  • Article by: MAE ANDERSON , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 17, 2013 - 10:33 PM
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swschradJan. 17, 1311:51 AM

so how long is this Aussie's foot? how do we know that 12 "inches" is REALLY the length of the King's foot many centuries ago?

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suefranpatJan. 17, 1312:13 PM

NO ONE is going to go hungry because they didn't get that extra inch of sandwich.

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bredpathJan. 17, 1312:18 PM

Let's write an entire story about a photograph, but never show the photo. Thanks!

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thepointJan. 17, 1312:19 PM

A foot or 11 inches, at least you can get salt, pepper, mustard etc. at Subway.. .try asking for those at Jimmy John's.

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aschroepferJan. 17, 1312:20 PM

The extra inch off might save you from a future heart attack.

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davehougJan. 17, 1312:26 PM

What is the weight of the bread dough and ingredients? I bet that is more consistent than how long a sandwich is. Would you call a pizza spun & thrown in the air and hand-spread, short if the maker didn't stretch the dough to the exact diameter mentioned in the menu?????

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coolnoutJan. 17, 1312:29 PM

Walk into a Cold Stone ice cream store sometime and look at the photo's of the ice cream selections available. Order one and I guarantee that it look nothing like what is advertised. Deception is rampant in American commerce.....

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ddellwoJan. 17, 13 1:27 PM

Subway is apparently run by a bunch of men -- we're always trying to tell people our "things" are longer than they really are!

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sausageJan. 17, 13 2:06 PM

Subway has more problems. Try this: Order several different subway sandwiches. Have someone blindfold you and then taste each of the sandwiches at random. See if you can tell the difference in sandwiches. I think you may find that subway has a bigger problem with taste rather than size.

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evldedJan. 17, 13 2:16 PM

Nothing to see here... Just corporate people doing what corporate people do.

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