Posts Tagged with "sammich"

What Would You Do if Someone Pulled a Knife on You?

January 22nd, 2014 at 4:25 pm by Zacque
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While it may seem uncharacteristically sexist to some, it’s also good to have a sense of humor and think, “This is what Mark should have done back 2008!” lol

If a girl ever pulls out a knife on you during an argument, pull out some bread and mayo. Her woman instincts will kick in and she'll make you a saandwich.

Something Extra in Your Sandwich (NSFW)

January 17th, 2014 at 9:35 pm by Mark
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The least he could do is eat it. The best he could do is finish.

I don't think I can eat this sandwich...

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Stabbed With a Squirrel?

January 10th, 2014 at 5:02 pm by Mark
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Meanwhile, in crazy land…

It was, in fact, a ceramic squirrel, and the entire thing happened because the guy didn’t bring his wife back any beer. He was also, in fact, in the kitchen, unsupervised, making his own damn sammich when the attack occurred.

This story is starting to sound eerily familiar… But I digress. *cough*

Wife Stabs Husband With Squirrel

Note: Courtesy of NBC 9, Story at NBC 2

Women Belong in the Kitchen?

July 25th, 2012 at 12:43 pm by Michelle
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Nice score. 😉

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Not What You Wanted on Your Sandwich

May 10th, 2012 at 5:15 pm by Mark
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Food quality, both in restaurants and store-shelf products, has certainly taken a nosedive the last two years. Rising costs of products and mandatory wage increases — pushed by political agendas — are mostly to blame. As minimum wage was pushed up, the mandatory wage increase caused many food industry average wages to fall to the minimum wage baseline just to account for the increased low-end labor cost. Meanwhile, food costs have increased in both restaurants and in stores, and with less money to go around, you can almost understand employee apathy in the food industry. And with apathy comes an even higher cost.

Unfortunately, many food workers fail to take into account that unsafe and improper handling of food products not only leads to increased production costs. In fact, it can often lead to large outbreaks of food-borne illnesses such as Salmonella, E.coli, Staphylococcus, and even Hepatitis…