Looks like the infamous Left-Handed Toons comic about cheese placement on Subway sandwiches has finally paid off. No longer will you have to suffer soul-crushing disappointment at the hands of so-called “sandwich artists”! Well, at least in Australia.
I saw a tweet from Digg that captured my attention this morning, which lead to a link that I couldn’t follow… so I had to Google “Subway Finally Agrees to Tessellate Cheese” and it paid off.
This came from Gawker:
This came from The Consumerist:
This is the word from Left Handed Toons:
(Click each photo to check out the source articles…)
Hopefully this wave of geometrical correctness makes its way to the shores of the states soon, and maybe they’ll figure out a way to not use one knife for every sandwich and even a way to stop flinging little creamy bits of death all over the place! I may have to start bugging my old contacts there once again.
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