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Subject: Mayo and other yucky stuff
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People tend to think in stereotypes and cliche's. This is a simple fact of life, and in the conventional mindset, you have to have something on your bread if you're making a sandwich, because 'everyone does it.' I personally avoid ordering sandwiches unless I have no other choice, because I dismember them anyway, and I too can't get waiters to accept I don't want anything on the bread. (I do, however, like watching their heads explode when I put coffee creamer in my iced tea). If you're in a really belligerent mood, you could try sending the sandwich back to the kitchen until they make it right instead of just eating it, but if you're on a tight schedule, that's not always an option. Sadly, you, like me, are probably stuck dealing with someone else's idea of what constitutes a sandwich. As far as the 'black people and creamy condiment' issue, that may be a local preference, because in most places I've lived, black people tend to prefer things like mustard or bbq sauce on their sandwiches.
Posted:7/25/2006
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Ann , Kansas City, MO, United States , 39 , Female , Animist , White/Caucasian , Straight , Executive Assistant , 4 Years of College , Middle class
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