“I’ll get the footlong Subway sub because then I’ll have lunch AND dinner.”
This was my strategy once, and it was a chicken sandwich, and then my mouth came across some bones in it, so then I had neither lunch NOR dinner, and no more Subway again.
It was a money saving strategy for maybe 40 min after eating the first half. And then it was not.
Love the tags!
I’ve decided that the flatbread can’t really be a foot long. It seems so much smaller? And then I eat the entire thing because that can’t possible be 12 inches of sandwich?
It’s like how I think “I’ll get the large sesame tofu so I can have some for lunch tomorrow.”
And then, regrets.
Uuuuuuugh, this has been my life recently, with subway, and the local deli across from my office. It’s fucking stupid, because then I’m just starving the next day and do it all over again. I finally got off my ass and bought some fucking groceries.
And although I’m very angry at myself for being so dumb with the food i put into my body, I am sooooo very happy and calm and feel pretty damn good right now. Cuz, ya know, I’ve been EATING REAL FOOD 3 times a day!!! AND SNACKS!!! Why am I so lazy and self loathing all the rest of the time!!?!?!?!
sorry for the weird self-hating rant.
I think you should call it a “Veggie D”
This only works if in between lunch and dinner you eat all the snacks provided by your office (popcorn, trail mix, fruits). Even so, I’ve only been able to sustain this diet for a few days max before feeling disgusted/starved.
I used to work at Subway and it was actually one of the cleanest restaurants I’ve ever worked at. This of course may vary by shop and management, especially since it’s a franchise.
Also, cheese is not included on the veggie D in Japan.
I used to have a coworker who did this. Except he really did save half of it. Unrefrigerated at his desk.
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