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National Sandwich Day

It's not just a cheesy (pun intended!) excuse for a holiday or a chance for Subway or Quiznos to make more dough (ha ha!). National Sandwich Day is an opportunity for us to celebrate the ultimate and original convenience food - the almighty sandwich. Back to Article

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tinahappy
tinahappy wrote:
2014-03-11 10:47:49 -0700

the last one resembles Lord Ganapati. By the way, I think this site can be helpful: favoritewords.###, I am new to it but I believe it has a great potential to move forward in the future as a new wave in social networking.

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MonasYou
MonasYou wrote:
2013-12-13 18:49:27 -0800

That last one scares me! XD

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unet101
unet101 wrote:
2013-11-25 11:59:47 -0800

That last sandwhich freaked me out

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xxKitty2Tigerxx
xxKitty2Tigerxx wrote:
2013-11-04 06:07:45 -0800

fo shizzle

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xxKitty2Tigerxx
xxKitty2Tigerxx wrote:
2013-11-04 06:07:39 -0800

ya man

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meme123jamal
meme123jamal wrote:
2013-11-04 05:26:32 -0800

looooooooooooooool

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aleeza788
aleeza788 wrote:
2013-11-04 04:53:27 -0800

wanna be frendz smile

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skritiparna
skritiparna wrote:
2013-11-04 00:09:06 -0800

ummmmmmmmmm..........

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skritiparna
skritiparna wrote:
2013-11-04 00:09:05 -0800

ummmmmmmmmm..........

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waleo15
waleo15 wrote:
2013-11-03 20:06:49 -0800

sammich

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morgan :) o.o
morgan :) o.o wrote:
2013-11-03 19:43:25 -0800

scary i just made a sammich o-o

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buggs b2
buggs b2 wrote:
2013-11-03 19:40:24 -0800

SAMMICHESSSSSSS

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PerrieEdwardss
PerrieEdwardss wrote:
2013-11-03 19:27:20 -0800

one sandwich...

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swaggof2001
swaggof2001 wrote:
2013-11-03 19:22:38 -0800

i had sadwich 2day yummy

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directioner_4lyfe
directioner_4lyfe wrote:
2013-11-03 19:22:02 -0800

mmmmmmmmm sandwich ... bananas are weird on a sammich

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Honour
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Honour wrote:
2013-11-03 19:18:37 -0800

so like, will Subway give me a free sandwich? I'll tell them kidzworld sent me...

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-11-03 16:16:39 -0800

Sandwich with a pickle ~_~ umm

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Prodghurl143
Prodghurl143 wrote:
2013-11-03 14:49:38 -0800

im hungry now.dangit!!

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xXWarriorgirlXx
xXWarriorgirlXx wrote:
2013-11-03 13:06:18 -0800

uhhhhhhhhh.................
i dont know how im supposed to fell about this...

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kendaall;
kendaall; wrote:
2013-11-03 12:58:14 -0800

sandwiches are good

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