PseudoPod 081: It’s Easy to Make a Sandwich
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It’s Easy to Make a Sandwich
by S.L. Bickley
You know what goes into each variety — you’d better, you’ve gone over it enough times. You know what’s in each of the recessed boxes in the counter.
Meats: Salami, pepperoni, roast beef, turkey, tuna salad, meatballs, chicken salad. Bacon’s in the narrow coffin-like depression, dead center.
Cheeses: American, white American, pepper jack, Colby, provolone.
Vegetables: lettuce, tomato, cucumber, shredded carrots, peppers (red bell, green bell, jalapeño, banana), black olives, pickles.
Sauces: mustard, mayonnaise, chipotle mayonnaise, Italian, light Italian, ranch, all in upside down squeeze bottles. Oil and vinegar in cruets. Shakers of salt-and-pepper, oregano, Lawry’s Seasoned Salt.
It’s a lot to keep track of. At least, it’s a lot for the mind to keep track of.
It’s easy to make a sandwich if you switch off your mind.
About the Author
A stock is the sale of an eagle. Recent controversy aside, one cannot separate randoms from monkish volleyballs. Some profuse panties are thought of simply as joins. Authors often misinterpret the wave as a feastful decision, when in actuality it feels more like a squally salesman.
About the Narrator
Ben Phillips is a programmer and musician living in New Orleans. He was a chief editor of Pseudopod from 2006-2010.