Re: When Deception is the norm
I had to search to find out, but Beyonce ain't too bad without makeup.
I stopped eating at places like taco bell and subway in favor of local delis and the like. The food is infinitely better, and you were given no visual expectations that will be disappointed.
We have a sub shop that effectively dominates the sandwich game in central NJ. So much that the President even went there for lunch. When I pass by a subway and see cars in their lot, I just have to assume it's out of towners driving through, because why would anyone go to subway when Tastee is right around the corner?
Also, has anyone else ever noticed that subway smells kinda weird? Not a bad smell, but just... unique. Kind of like a bread smell, but sweet? It's a smell only found in subway shops, too, from what I can gather.