Someone has exerted an extraordinary amount of effort – His name is Matt. Matt has really stepped up to make the world a better place. “Make the world better” is a bold statement, I know, but just think about how many senseless argument have transpired debating the legitimacy of calling a traditionally served hotdog a “sandwich” – it all ends today.
Most of us know the origin of the identifier “sandwich,” as a dish fancied by the 4th Earl of Sandwich. The widely accepted definition reads: “generally any dish wherein two or more pieces of bread serve as a container or wrapper for another food type.”
But is that definition really accurate? What about ice cream sandwiches? They’re not technically served on bread, but is says sandwich right on the box.
Cue the debate … or save the debate, and refer to the chart below.
It’s a crazy world, and this small step is working to bring us all closer together.
For reference, I’m a structural purist-ingredient rebel.
this is so beautiful
radical sandwich anarchy forever
lasagna is a sandwich https://t.co/SsBb1pO93p
— Tim Pratt (@timpratt) May 1, 2017
how to make the “is a hot dog a sandwich” debate even more complicated and make everyone involved extremely angry pic.twitter.com/ZhZwxxgy4U
— lesbian respecter (@maya_feys) May 2, 2017