18 April 2006

Sandwich 3.0

Building upon the disgusting real life P'EatZZa sandwich editorial and my original investigation of the sandwich, comes a brilliant SNL parody of what is sure to one day actually be on the menu at some fast food joint (most likely Carl's Jr, home of the Breakfast Burger, and Double Six Dollar Burger). This is one of the funniest things I have ever seen, but the real question at hand, does this qualify as a sandwich?



If you weren't keeping track at home, that's:

* A crunchy all beef taco, slathered in nacho cheese, lettuce, tomato, and our special southwestern sauce

* Wrap it in a soft flour tortilla, with a layer of refried beans

* Wrap that in a corn tortilla, with a middle layer of monterey jack cheese

* Wrap that in a deep fried gordita shell, smear on a layer of special guacamolito sauce

* Bake it in a corn husk, filled with pico de gallo

* Wrap that in an authentic Parisian crepe filled with egg, gruyere, merguez sausage, and portabello mushrooms

* Wrap that in a Chicago-style deep-dish meat lovers' pizza

* Roll it up in a blueberry pancake, dip it in batter, deep-fry it until it's golden brown

* Serve it in a commemorative tote bag filled with spicy vegetarian chili.

5 comments:

j said...

Pizza?! Now thats what I call a taco!

Chip Chief said...

but everyone knows that any good sandwich needs a chinese food layer.

Stuff Daddy said...

Hey, how do you embed the video into your Blog? I need to learn to do that!

Chip Chief said...

Embedding videos from youtube is actually really easy. When you find the video you want, if you scroll down, there is a text box labled "Embeddable Player:" You can just cut and paste the code into the Edit HTML mode (though it is invisoble in compose mode). Thats all you have to do! The only problem I sometimes have is that the "/embed" tag will sometimes disappear, and I have to retype it in Edit HTML mode before I can save the entry.

Stuff Daddy said...

Thanks!! You have just made my blog better!! I think I'll go searching for Comic based short films to feature!