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Old 04-25-2011, 04:52 PM   #21
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Old 04-25-2011, 05:15 PM   #22
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Old 04-25-2011, 05:45 PM   #23
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Old 04-25-2011, 06:22 PM   #25
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How about submarine sandwich? Now sub I can see, because of the shape, and hoagie is used a lot around here, though I don't know what a "hoagie" is... Hoagie Carmichael? but hero? grinder?
OK, I Googled it. Lots more names than I knew and a reason for them all, lol.
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How about submarine sandwich? Now sub I can see, because of the shape, and hoagie is used a lot around here, though I don't know what a "hoagie" is... Hoagie Carmichael? but hero? grinder?
OK, I Googled it. Lots more names than I knew and a reason for them all, lol.
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Also "Dagwood." For any too young to remember the Blondie comics and movies, Dagwood ate subs a lot.
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Also "Dagwood." For any too young to remember the Blondie comics and movies, Dagwood ate subs a lot.

I even remember the movies.
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I remember the b&w TV show, though they might have been reruns. I thought the actual Dagwood was a piled high sandwich using multiple slices of bread, but I've seen it used for subs, too.
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I remember the b&w TV show, though they might have been reruns. I thought the actual Dagwood was a piled high sandwich using multiple slices of bread, but I've seen it used for subs, too.

Maybe they were tv shows. That was long time and many brain cells ago.
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