The damned Subway sandwich story goes viral on Twitter

The fast food industry is really messy, but this story shared in a viral Twitter thread takes the cake for weird food preferences.

on me Twittersomeone under the username pb_and_garlic (which seems like a very questionable combination in and of itself) told the story of the worst sandwich they were assigned to make during their time working on the subway site.

“While working at Subway in my early twenties, I made many…questionable sandwiches. But there is one I will never forget. I think about this sandwich at least once a week. It haunts my nightmares,” they began their story of horror cooking.

The Twitter user, who uses “Garlic,” explained that at the time all employees were in their 20s, and Subway was up and running. Run by “kids” for a whole month when they worked there.

When a group of high school kids came to the store one day, Garlic Take over the second beneficiary.

First, the girl ordered a long foot with white bread – a fairly standard option. Then I ordered double provolone and American cheese – not uncommon. The order went down hill after the customer refused any vegetable toppings or roasting.

The person prefaced the climax of the tale with this: “Now I don’t deprive people with the taste buds of a young child the privilege of watching your sandwich gather before your eyes behind a curved pane of glass covered in the fingerprints and sneezes of those who came before them. They deserve a Subway too.”

Garlic continued, “However, this girl wanted ranch dressing. So I put ranch (two lines) into her sandwich.” More please.” She put two more lines from the farm on her sandwiches. “More please.” She put two more lines, namely: (obviously annoyed) “More.”

“I’m starting to get worried,” they continued.

They kept adding ranch to the sandwich, so much so that the cheese visibly disappeared under the constant attack of the thickening ranch sauce.

‘Just keep going.’ I stare at her, a refillable squeeze bottle in my hand,” Garlic continued. ““You want…more than this?” Her: Yes, I’ll tell you when to stop. “

At this point, as one can imagine, the sauce was “starting to seep from the sides of the bread”.

My soul is leaving my body As I continue to sprinkle ranch sauce on her “sandwich,” “share the garlic.” It’s more of an open-faced soup at this point. I looked at her, expecting her to tell me to stop. She doesn’t. She wants more.”

People who have regular sandwiches are like humans [were] Pass it in line“As she kept ordering more and more from the farm. The story of the farm lasted so long that they finally ran out of clothes And I had to open a brand new bottle for the customer.

“I forgot to add that she did it without a trace of sarcasm on her face. She didn’t smile. She didn’t laugh like, ‘I know that sounds crazy.'” “They told that she was a stone-faced. Avenue. Dead,” adding, “I don’t know how I drew this thing, I must have passed out.”

after it was Satisfied with the quantity of the farmThe girl casually sat with her friends and ate the wild sandwich. Garlic has had lifelong scars.

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