So, here's the story. I ordered two Veggie Delight sandwiches from Subway the other day because I had a coupon. I was busy BB'ing while he was making the sandwiches, and just said yes to everything except hot peppers. Right? Right.
This morning, I slapped together this bento in a rush, containing half of one of the sandwiches - I'd eaten the first one already - and some edamame.
Then, I took the last remaining half and took a bite of it. Normally, I don't look at this kind of food much while I eat it - I mean, especially given that it's in the morning and I usually take a bite of whatever, then rush around the apartment while I chew/swallow. But today, since the bento took me literally 5 minutes IF THAT to pack, I was standing in the kitchen eating, when I looked down at the sandwich. It looked funny.
It looked like there was meat in it.
Oddly enough, it didn't TASTE like there was meat in it; it tasted much the same as the sandwich I'd eaten two nights ago with no meat in it. I just looked down and something didn't look right so I pulled it open, first bite still in my mouth, and discovered there was turkey in there. Slices laid neatly in a row. I immediately began spitting out the bite in my mouth and picked out all of the turkey in there. What the hell?! Seriously?!
I found it most interesting that having turkey in the sandwich hadn't made it taste any better; why will I ever bother getting another turkey sandwich from Subway? (Not that I eat there all that often anyway, but you know, this just furthers that opinion.)
Anyway, so when lunchtime rolled around, I opened up the box, ate all the edamame, and then threw away the sandwich because I didn't want to pick through it to take out the turkey. I got a slice of pizza instead.
So there you have it. Thank goodness I looked down and thank goodness I didn't swallow. I didn't swallow so it doesn't count.
Think outside the lunchbox!!!