Where is an inch of a sandwich worth five million dollars? On the RidicuList, of course.
I can't believe that two people in the US are actually suing the company over this, the kid simply measured the thing for giggles and decided to cause a bit of a stir (as kids will do at times) to see if he would get a reaction from Subway here in Australia. For two clowns in the US to actually have taken it to the point of suing for $5million that is the ridiculous aspect of this not the fact that the sandwich comes up that little bit short. Simple opportunism on the part of these two guys.
Can we get at the real heart of the problem with Subway? The use of Azodicarbonamide in the bread dough in the United States is unbelievable. Please make me understand How and why a chemical that is banned in Europe and Australia and subject to huge fines for use in food products in other countries somehow be OK for United States consumers. The chemical is commonly used for processing expansion in foam rubber and plastics.
People need to get a life and stop being so petty about such stupid things. The fact that people are filing lawsuits over such absurd issues really seems very pathetic and idiotic.
If these people don't like it, they should just go somewhere else to eat. Unfortunately though, many Americans have this attitude of entitlement. I'm sure there's plenty of starving people in the world who would be happy to have just a portion of that food. Yet we have idiots here in the U.S. who are quibbling over the fact that their sandwich is really only 11 inches long.
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