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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?
NO ONE is going to go hungry because they didn't get that extra inch of sandwich.
Let's write an entire story about a photograph, but never show the photo. Thanks!
A foot or 11 inches, at least you can get salt, pepper, mustard etc. at Subway.. .try asking for those at Jimmy John's.
The extra inch off might save you from a future heart attack.
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?????
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.....
Subway is apparently run by a bunch of men -- we're always trying to tell people our "things" are longer than they really are!
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.
Nothing to see here... Just corporate people doing what corporate people do.
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