There's OUTRAGE online right now that Subway's footlong really ISN'T a foot long. It's only 11 inches. People have been posting photos to Subway's page of their subs with measuring tape on top showing they're clearly 11 inches. So far, there's no response from Subway.
Is it possible that Subway measures their subs the same way you measure your junk?
--There's OUTRAGE online right now that Subway's footlong really ISN'T a foot long. It's 11 inches.
--The controversy started when a guy in Australia posted a photo of his footlong with a measuring tape on top, showing that it's very clearly and very exactly 11 inches.
--And TONS of other people followed his lead, and posted their photos of undersized Subway footlongs. Not just in Australia, either . . . these photos are coming from EVERYWHERE, including the U.S.
--There's one theory floating around that the bread starts at 12 inches but shrinks when it's toasted. The other theory? That Subway has NEVER served 12-inch bread, and it took someone THIS LONG to notice.
--So far there's no official response from Subway.
(--Here's the original 11-inch photo. And here's a link to Subway's Facebook page featuring dozens of photos of 11-inch subs posted by people around the world.)
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