Good Thing/Bad Thing

Good thing/Bad thing:

You walk into your local sub shop and before you can approach the counter, one of the employees calls out your entire order and says it’ll be ready in a minute.

Update: Liz asked that I share my order. I get the regular Italian Sub: Provolone, Ham, Prosciutto, Genoa Salami, Capicola, lettuce, onions, vinegar, salt, and pepper. I add a bag of chips and a sweet tea with a shot of lemonade.

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5 comments on “Good Thing/Bad Thing

  1. liz says:

    are you going to share your order with us? so we can pick it apart and stuff.

  2. C says:

    There is nothing wrong with liking sandwiches.
    I say: Good thing.
    There was a place I used to get breakfast from sometimes, and they got to know what I liked (which I thought was AMAZING for a Times Square eatery), and I’d always feel bad when I’d want to order something other than my “regular” because I thought it was awesome that they remembered me, and I didn’t want to screw it up.

  3. C says:

    That’s kinda similar to the sub I order when I get one. I get roast beef, provolone, lettuce, tomato, onion, green pepper, vinegar & oil, salt & pepper. … Is it lunchtime yet?

  4. Grumpy says:

    I have two places that I go for lunch regularly. At both places, all I have to do is nod my head when I walk through the door and my order is ready by the time I get to the counter. Most of the time, I don’t even have to bother with the line; I pay them over the back counter and pick up my order there. There’s something good about being a regular customer — and having a lunch diet that doesn’t vary. (I know: Boring!)

  5. amber says:

    howard, i ‘ll explain the name thing later. we should totally hang out. i’m moving to yo’ town in a couple months.

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