NYC train lines in sandwich form from Subway (video)
Just kidding! This great video from indie sketch crew Split Comedy showcases the chain sandwich shop’s fictional new line of subway-themed subs.
Wed Oct 16 2013
Screenshot via Split Comedy Group
Imagine if Subway sandwich shop produced subway-branded subs for its shops. (Whoa, right?) It's not a reality yet, but sketch group Split Comedy shows us what that could look like in their hilarious new video. We've got to admit the concept of "SUBWAY Subway subs" is pretty brilliant, especially because of the witty descriptions, like the G (an empty sandwich wrapper for the train that never comes), the Grand Central ("with Thousand Long Island Rail dressing") and the Rush Hour (which simply won't close). Check it out below.
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