To whoever enters in the calorie counts for menu items at Quiznos

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Can you please actually do it right?

Every work day I take the lazy route and eat something from Quiznos and I know- I KNOW- that their Harvest Chicken Salad is not, as you claim, 110 calories.
Not at all.

Their Sonoma Turkey Flatbread only 160 calories? What crack-smokin' decietful calorie calculator are you using anyway??? And also, could you please try and add a size to your entries? Because a small and a large sandwich are going to have different calorie counts and I'm having fun picking one user's entry after another looking for one that matches what I think I remember seeing at lunctime.

Now you're all like, jeeze why don't you do it yourself?

or like, pack a lunch.

and to that I say good day.

oh and also?
How come none of ya'll ever eat dressing anyways.
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  • MOM2OR
    You're right though. It's not only for Quiznos...I find a lot of the user entries are completely way off!!! I end up just entering it myself *sigh*. I thought the whole point was to share? lol
    1786 days ago
    I giggled at this FAR more than I should have.

    I bet those amounts only include the bare minimums for the salads, and that's why they seem low. Plus, in most cases, it's almost all lettuce. What is that, 10 cals per cup?

    I'm glad they don't add the dressing into the main entry, though. I know people who will use two whole packets for one salad. I also know weirdos who don't use any dressing at all. It's hard enough figuring out which entries to use already.

    Have you been voting on the entries? If enough people do it, maybe we can have the obviously inaccurate ones taken down...
    1786 days ago
    Hmm, charming attitude there emoticon I like it, you go girrrl!
    1786 days ago
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