Behold, a traffic light sandwich for the kiddies' lunch box. Cheese on the bottom, tomato up one end and lettuce down the other and make sure the cheese shows in the middle. You will notice the crusty bits have been sawn off so the little horrors don't break their teeth.
If I picked this up I would have every ingredient down the front of me in two seconds.
Not even June Cleaver would go this far.
It reminds me of all the ridiculous processing that goes on to bleach flour of all its goodness to create white bread and then after the event to add fibre substitutes so that people's bowels continue to work.
You're right it is ridiculous, colourful but crazy. All that waste.
"...the crusty bits have been sawn off so the little horrors don't break their teeth."
What sort of teeth do their kids have? The sort you'd normally associate with American hillbillies?
Bright moon last night, like a police torch ha ha. Hot today, wooh!- out in my underpants watering the pot plants.
I am going to be Naughty and follow Robbbberts example...potter in the garden in my all-togethers watering merrily away.
See? Full moon causes madness like traffic light sangas and watering in ones smalls.
Don't follow all my examples but that one's okay, I've got thick shrubbery to dart behind when people come past.
(maybe you haven't, what's your address?)
I don't understand why people continue to cut the crusts off their kiddies sandwiches. Have you eaten any bread lately? The crusts are as soft as the bread. such a disappointment really. I remember crusty bread when I was little, those crusts were really tough, certainly gave teeth and jaws a workout. They were so much tastier too. The thing I hate about today's "modern" bread is the crusts are so soft the sliced bread doesn't hold its shape. A nice square loaf picked up off the supermarket shelf will be badly squashed by the time you get to the checkout. It's impossible to make a square sandwich. Also, what Elisabeth said about the flour, take out the substance and add artificial everything. Bread used to be the staff of life, now it's just over-priced tasteless fluff.
Ah, even bread would be a plus, right now .. (though doubt if bread would plug the holes in the cooling system of me trusty wagon [am bullshitting] ..)
.. nah, won't begin. Passed through Coolah; and ended up in Dunedoo. Wagon system repaired.
ha ha ha what rubbish. As if the kids care what it looks like, some people overthink things far too much!
Annie O, no-one's asked the pertinent question, what made the holes and so neatly?
Elisabeth, bread is one of my failings, all sorts but white bread is only good for one thing, a sausage sizzle on election day at the school. Nothing else will do and don't forget the onions.
I did read once that the only thing that stopped revolution in England, was that the peasants had soft white bread not the hard black rye the French had to put up with.
Kelly & Sam, do you mean you deprive that gorgeous child of traffic light sandwiches? What kind of mothers are you? Sensible!
Fleetwood, I didn't think Hillbillies had any teeth left. And watch the Hillbilly cracks, most of my family come from that side of the hill.
Bright moon was right, Robbert, with the cat deciding to prowl around the garden for an hour before it would come inside. Apparently the full moon was in my star sign of Leo and I am due for good luck. The spiders were shining brightly.
*snigger* more like Jayne's larges for the watering and there are no big hedges in her neck of the woods. She carries a big stick Rh, so watch it.
River, I'm fond of the new Lawson's bread but weight wise it's the equivalent of two loaves of crud.
Welcome back Davo. I hope you were nowhere near the fires? Here's another free-clother who likes to haunt the sand dunes at full moon.
Fen, my mum used to take a whole unsliced loaf, cut the crusts off, slice it lengthwise into four. Then it was filled with sardines, curried eggs and Peck's ham paste. The whole was then covered with beaten Velveta cheese including little piped swirly bits around the edges. Gherkins played a part in that somewhere too. It looked spectacular and everytime I smell sardines the vision comes back to me. I remember her doing 6 of them for a New Year's Eve party but I fell asleep before the supper.
The holes in that sandwich were probably cut with a mini scone cutter.
Miz Monroe, SBS, 10.00 tonight, Hot Docs.
Darlings, don't wish for fame.
I have that marked Robbert but I don't know if I could watch it. These days she would be acknowledged for her intelligence not treated like a commodity to be exploited.
She had average looks. But a perfect style for the phone-sex racket.
Wot Ann ODyne and Fen said.
I gave up making school sandwiches like this when I realised that my efforts tended to go mouldy in the bottom of the school bag. More perfunctory efforts always got eaten.
Lets all it a "Shit for Brains" sanger
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