'S'right. i gots a sammich...Unfortunately, it's been waiting for me for 18 days. Think it's still good?
I'm more of the processed (yeah, I said the "p" word.) ham(or turkey breast), cheese, mustard and pickles on whole wheat type of girl. Pretty sure I could eat them eveeerryyy day!
...Honestly I don't know why I thought to check on this thread. Probably because I've been fantasizing about food for the past 2.5 hours. It's kind of cruel, whatwith the picture of the Primanti-Bros. sandwich in all its carb-on-carb glory. *salivates*..but would still prefer a ham sandwich.* :P
Yeah, my Mum had one when she was in the area, and she loves them. Whenever we have leftover roast-beef, she tries to make one.
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1,537 10/18/11 10:41 A
Speaking of sandwiches- has anyone else ever tried a "roast beef on kimmelweck"- thinly sliced roast beef, on a roll with salt and carroway seeds, (or alternatively a plain kaiser roll), with au jus and some horse radish?
This is a Buffalo invention that I think is better than the chicken wing, but I don't think it ever caught on. I believe they now sell it at Fenway and Yankee Stadium, though!
I think that if I said that to my wife, she would think it was a joke. The attitude is all over the internet at least. The "go make me a sandwich" or "what are you doing out of the kitchen" jokes are not only unfunny, but old. Nothing like an old joke that was never funny to begin with.
For the person who started this: How about a nice, hot cup of SHUT THE @^%& UP?!
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4,113 9/9/11 6:47 P
It goes both ways these days. In my tiny circle, I see a lot of the opposite. The "little princess" syndrome prevails and the bratty wife with the short leash gets her way. I'll never understand either scenario. An unequal partnership is a sign of deep trouble.
Wow I'll tell you anyone that thinks there wife is just a short order cook should be smacked. Clearly they are missing the fact that they should not only cook at our beckon call, but keep the laundry done, including ironed and folded, keep the house spotless, and the bathrooms pristine. After all why else would we marry the old ball and chain!
HA that felt good, just don't ever tell my wife I typed that. She would beat me to death. 9 years ago I was in a college class with mostly 19 to 20 year olds, the professor and I where about the same age. The class discussion was the role of a man and the woman in a marriage. I was amazed at what these kids said the man role was in a marriage and a woman's. The professor said well Randy what do you think. I said well now I know why divorce rates were so high and I suggested that the all retain an attorney now.
When I was single really from 14 until 34, I cooked, cleaned, cut the grass, and did the laundry. Guess what my wife did the same, why would anyone expect there spouse to wait on them hand and foot. Marriage as most of us know is a shared commitment
I need to go, my wife is calling I need to fill her bath and pour her a drink. :)
Wow, that guy sounds like a charmer...Yes, I would love some tea with my sarcasm.
I think husbands and wives should have equal respect for one another. Men aren't God's gift to womankind (if I remember my Bible-studies correctly, it was thee opposite ), and since the days of Women's Lib they haven't been the stronger sex. In many cases that's unfortunate, but in the case of sandwich-making, he knows where the kitchen is so he can get up and make it himself!
I've known a few men who thought they could throw their weight around, going so far as to say "Well, you're my wife, so you have to.", but that's taking advantage of a husband's rights. Some women submit to the role of absolute servitude, but I've heard of cases where that went terribly. Namely, cases where the man suggested they both commit suicide.
I knew one man who wouldn't let his 60+ year old mother out of the car because she was wearing jeans. He was quite posh with his Mercedes and his perfectly tailored, but he actually told his Mum that he was ashamed of the way she was dressed. I saw nothing inappropriate about what she was wearing, it suited her age (a belted tunic, the jeans, and sandals), and it was modest...though, even if it hadn't been, it shouldn't be his concern. I remember her trying to tell him it was fine, that she thought she looked nice, and he shouted that he was the man of the house and he would be obeyed.
I was never more disgusted.
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2,630 9/9/11 10:15 A
I would never talk to my wife that way, I have too much respect and love for her.
If I did, I know she would make a sandwich for me, it is where she would shove it that would be the painful part!!
Oh boy, a very young woman at work this was in the lunch room talking about her husband (married last year). She wasn't talking to me but to a few other women in the room, I was at the other end of the table. I heard her say that her husband actually said those words to her and in anger because she said they had a disagreement about something (I couldn't hear what she said it was about). The other women were my age (middle aged) and two of them sorta gasped in horror but the "crazy lady" at the table (I've mentioned her before, a WHACK job at best) chimed in quickly and said something to the effect of "Well, I hope you DID it, after all, he IS your husband."
C'mon, are there still men who SAY this or have the idealology of the concept that women belong in the kitchen? The husband is as young as she is (mid 20's), who's TEACHING their kids this crap!? AND, are there really still women who AGREE with this concept?
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