I am a pretty tolerant person – well usually.  I try not to sweat the small stuff.  But when you order a deli from your regular subway store..  and they either forget to give you the eggs in the “ham and egg deli sandwich” .. or forgets to toast the bread.. when you asked for it.  And the best part of all . . is not the above but when they apologized and tell you to come get another sandwich another day .. and you finally do it .. after like so many sandwich blunder .. they tell you.. they don’t have your sandwich on the notice board.. *slap forehead*.

Then you tell them.. that’s alright.. i’m no cheap charlie.. i can pay for my sandwich.. like $4 .. and you come back with something like that.. ??  now wouldn’t that upset you a wee bit..??

And then you take a look inside the sandwich.. and they didn’t even wrapped it up .. in a wrapping paper .. like the should.. instead just chucked.. the sandwich into a paper bag.. ??  now that was a little too much.. !  did i call and complain..??  nah .. ! what’s the point.. ?? just a waste of my time and breath… i just won’t eat at subway .. if i can help it.. that’s all.


  1. i love subway cos they are healthy 😉 over here, sometimes we dare not complain (not subway) but at other eateries because of horror stories we have heard. Some workers may not like your complaints and may add some stuff to your food *rolls eyes*

  2. viviane

    I can’t imagine subway have such terrible service at there, in here (malaysia) their services and food are okay.. they give alot ingredient inside your loaf =P
    actually yesterday i also happen to complain a korean restaurant, i ordered a bowl of ramen, everything is fine until i ate their egg… omg it’s rotten~ i can’t see the colour clearly at first because of their soup but when i bite it, DAMN~ smells like #$%^&$%^& my worst experience on CNY~ sobs

  3. jenny

    What kind of service is that? Subway in uk is actually pretty good. I reckon you should write a letter and send the pictures to the management of Subway. It will just do some good to everyone.

  4. Tsuchiyama

    mama bok, I think I can understand your feelings. I lived in europe for many years and the services were “like that “.(sigh) But subway service in Japan is excellent. Well ,Japan is well known to be service oriented.

  5. Jess

    i agree with viviane, Subway in Malaysia are pretty good, you can even ask for extra ingredients without additional charges =) they are also very polite..

  6. tracy

    hihi, mama bok^.^ hapi birthday o~~ selamat harijadi, sheng ri kuai le,
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