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Monday · October 04 2004

Subway sandwich meat approximates the taste of real meat in much the same way watermelon Jolly Ranchers approximate a watermelon. That is to say, the artificial copies taste nothing like the real thing, but they do stir up strong memories of “ham” and “watermelon”.

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October 04 2004

Couldn't have said it better myself. Skip the Subway and head to Honeybaked Ham for a boxed lunch.

October 04 2004

How did you get through a sentence on HH without mentioning the pasta salad?

October 04 2004

for some random weird reason, all this candy/meat writing lately from the 2 of you on your websites is making me think of jelly belly flavors. they now make- black pepper, booger, dirt, earwax, grass, sardine, spinach and last but not least... vomit. maybe they could add a watermelonham to the mix.

October 04 2004

I've had proscuitto-wrapped pears, and they are delicious. I see no reason why we couldn't have ham-wrapped watermelon. Two great tastes that taste great together.

October 04 2004

check out the color of the vomit bean-

it also says they just added spaghetti, soap, and earthworm. with all those nifty flavors i'm surprised they haven't included... bat guano, spoiled milk, dirty diapers, gasoline, bugs, and a he who smelt it dealt it. actually, they should just consult with that fear factor show for ideas.

October 04 2004

"There's very little meat in these gym mats"

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