I’d like to welcome readers from Beth’s One Minute Writer today. If you have an additional 60 second, click here to learn a little bit about me and my blog. To my regular readers, if you haven’t checked out the One Minute Writer, you should. You will no longer have an excuse for not having time to blog, write, or journal. Good stuff.
Now, if you have an additional 60 seconds (I haven’t wasted all of your seconds yet, have I?), you must help resolve the Sandwich Debate of November 2008. You know how gas stations sell those premade sandwiches? I am not talking about subs, or some other kind of fairly normal turkey and cheese sandwich. I am referring to the truly premade ones: egg salad and tuna salad sandwiches from.a.gas.station. Please take a moment to tell me what you think about these obscure sandwiches. Perhaps you think they perfectly nutritious and a wonderful accompaniment to any lunch. Maybe you think they would do in a pinch, but you’d never go out of your way to buy one. Or, maybe you think you’d rather starve, or eat the sandwich container, than eat that substance masquerading as food. Maybe you have no idea what I am talking about, so that is an option too.
If you have an opinion about these particular sandwiches, I would appreciate them. I don't take bets lightly. The stakes are high to resolving this argument, I promise.