View Full Version : Raw-ish Subway commercial
04-10-2007, 01:11 PM
2 guys are going to the basketball court but when they look at the players they see everyone going in slow motion, fumbling the ball and just doing brain-dead moves. They show disgust because they do not want to play with these losers. Their eyes pan to the side where a guy is sitting eating a burger and the narration says that Fried Fatty foods slow you down. Eat fresh, get a Subway! (And a shot of a Subway sandwich with all the lettuce and tomato is shown) So the 2 guys that are obviously fresh Subway eaters start playing their own game in high speed slam dunk.
This is huge progress IMHO.
04-10-2007, 01:18 PM
yeah, moving in the right direction!
04-10-2007, 01:21 PM
Agreed - that's great... buttttt.... I read in the Metro today that Subway plans to introduce individual sized pizzas as half of their restaurants. Hope it's healthy pizza!
04-10-2007, 04:52 PM
I saw a Subway commerical aimed at kids that was talking about the healthier choices but then at the end- I may have heard this wrong- but I think Jared asked the kids if they wanted to go play or eat and they shouted EAT! :confused: Also Beckla we have had the pizza's at Subway for quite sometime and I don't consider them to be any better the Pizza hut:(
04-10-2007, 05:00 PM
They offer apple slices and raisins as a side to the kids meals now----that is progress! My kids can order a 3" veggie delight....so the only down side is the bread. So, really they are making strides outside of still having to feed a SAD market ;)
04-10-2007, 05:44 PM
I was gonna get one for myself today, but thought of the non organic stuff and the cooked bread and just bought one for my children instead.
Yey for subway...
raw bread with organic ingredients.....
well.....i can dream, can't I ? :rolleyes:
04-11-2007, 09:13 AM
Forget all this company's. They go where there cashflow is leading them.
Let's focus on the small companies. And on Alissa ! :D
I used to laugh about the focus on small companies/farmers, but I am lately finished with the big mafia.
Well, you will be not suprised if you followed my threads...:D
04-11-2007, 12:59 PM
Yes I am torn. As for buying local organic. I have no reason to believe that it is organic or acceptable in any way. I do not have time to tour the farm and check to make sure there are no practices that will make me susceptable to e-coli for example.
I do appreciate your posts LightLover. Your name is apt. . . well-chosen.
04-11-2007, 01:44 PM
Thanks Lucki, also appreciate you being around.
Don't worry: just do your best and let go. Nobody is asking for more.
That's enough :D
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