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The best thing since sliced bread.
This is not a joke.
u wot m8
why don't you go and live in pret if you hate bread so much.
breadless sandwich for you!
Thanks, but no thanks.
I don't have two sandwiches for lunch.
stupid babies right warny?
a bit of cheese in the middle tastes so much better than a bit of cheese in between two bits of regular bread.
she will allow me to make two sandwich thins. Another reason I like them.
The three come in around 1000 calories.
Afterwards I still need some cakes to keep me going, mind.
1000 calories? On lunch?
Those calf circumferences aren't going to maintain themselves!
Massive pot noodle
Whole chorizo ring
Half crispy duck
Not for me thanks.
It's completely different. Bread-y but different. They're ace for a change and REALLY tasty.
may I recommend PIZZA.
You probably haven't heard of it.
pizza is my favourite. I love ALL bread product. YOU'RE the one who doesn't.
they look a bit dry.
I'd probably only have 1 sandwich thin though (on a normal day. I was particularly hungry yesterday)
though not specifically me or warny as we are spoken for, just LIKE me or warny.
I think you know the type.
TOO MUCH. On more than one occasion I have witnessed him eating a whole ciabatta.
This is why I introduced the sandwich thins.
I think he's better off without you and your bread-related demands.
best avoided, brusma.
Now I'm interested!
theyre making chumps of you all
this recipe has 2 sandwich thin and serves two people.
Looks like we've got ourselves a sandwich artist
That's a snack at best
Min 2 for a decent lunch
for lunch at work
Holds "wet" ingredients better than bread
This has got London written all over it.
and they are northern
implies that it has already been made into a sandwich so is filled with ingredients. Sandwich thins implies they are thins for making sandwiches with.
"Thin" is listed as an adjective, an adverb and a verb. It is not listed as a noun.
You can't make sandwiches without a noun.
not sure what
You fucking simpletons, Warburtons are taking you for absolute mugs.
I've already eaten my ROLL.
I like bread.
thins are OK with cheese in to dip in soup, prefer a pitta if you're looking for low bread/calorie lunch
Would properly ruin dinner time. Properly.
What he says IS!
As the bread over there was utter shite. But here we have seeded sensations, as already discussed so there is no need to short change.
Re: thins - I like bread... but not enough for two slices together at once in a sandwich. GET OUT!
Thick bread is the best. Toastie thickness. Loadsa fillings. Doorstep thickness even.
Just indulge. You can always burn off the calories by exercising.
No point depriving yourself of owt in life.
If someone is a fattie then eating thinner bread ain't gonna make no difference, but training for iron man probably will
is this a London thing?
Ugh, you mean you still eat 'bread'? I pity you
they're sat down there in their tiny flats eating thin bread and mocking us up north in our nice big houses with our nice big bread cause we just don't understand. We just don't
A standard slice of white bread is about 90-95 calories a slice.
I thought these were supposed to be thinner/healthier (qv meowington's protestations about CG eating too much bread upthread) but, a 2 thin sandwich has more calories in it (and the same amount of sugar by the looks of it) than one made with bread.
So... what's the point of these again?
are these just another elaborate contraption to further separate the middle classes from their money under the auspices of `the healthy option` or is there something I'm missing?
I want answers because otherwise I'm going to get nasty.
because it is thinner thana slice of bread, not because its supposedly better for you.
Or maybe they're part of the lizard elite and the 'thin' bread represents another layer of the onion
How much do they cost?
but what's not acceptable about eating 4 slices of bread but having 4 of these thingsm which contain more calories. Just a bit confused as to their place in the bread landscape.
Johnny 4 breads
so they want people to assume they're a healthier choice, even if they don't say it
It may well be true, but I haven't noticed it.
they were, as you'd expect, amazing.
that was the first link I found. 'Paul' is a total idiot.
They are fucking boss.
they're the shit y'all!
They don't REPLACE bread for me; I have them as a CHANGE for lunch because variety is the spice of life, you fucking dickheads.
Also don't give a flying fuck how many calories are in them. Don't ever think I've looked at how much calories are in anything ever in my entire life.
I've got a proper bready sandwich here I'm about to open.
I bought them once because I thought they'd be the same as this awesome flatbread thing you get in Sweden called Polar bread.
They're not. They're shitter. Much shitter.
Fucking waste of time! Left me wanting more! Fuck that, half a sandwich for nearly two quid.
I'm with Warny on this one.
Don't start with your thin-time politics, some of us like to be filled properly thank you very much.
is this Valhalla?
(surely normal bread is more filling anyway? I AM ON YOUR SIDE HERE)
now you've got your fancy ban hammer.
there's no function to edit posts so that all of yours just say "willies"
Or whoever people like you are studtying nowadays.
when people talk about "one sandwich" or "two sandwiches"...
does "one sandwich" equal two slices of bread, with filling, cut into two halves? or does that equal "two sandwiches"?
so if you could pick your own gag between that being some very lowbrow tv writer / porn star / fast food franchise instruction manual that'd be great, ta.
anyway: are you pro or anti this thin bread?