How do you prefer your sandwiches cut? Triangles obviously taste better.
There are different shapes?!? Who are these odd shaped sandwhich eaters? ...Triangles, of course.
lol - what a great question. I am lazy so I just slap on some peanut butter and fold the bread over, in a rectangular fashion. Triangular folding causes more of a mess.
No cutting or washing necessary
A question about triangle food: If you're eating a piece of pizza, pie, triangle sandwich or any other food shaped like triangle - are you among the people who always "point" the food on the plate toward yourself?
Folding a peanutbutter sandwich is also up there with the triangles. With the square sandwiches you only really get one good bite, and then your left with the crusts whilst you get a couple with triangles lol.
I eat burgers from the outside in leaving me with the delicious centre last.
I honestly don't care. It could be any shape. As long as the main ingredients are involved and you can call it a sandwich, I'll eat it.
you must have some preference when chopping your butty lol
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What's a good combination with peanut butter?I like the standard PB&J!
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