Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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A sandwich with no filling.
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To be sold in late night filling stations to bleary eyed dopehounds and drunks. What you going to do? Complain to the police? Whilst high as a kite or drink driving. I think not, our Sandwhich's are for the nice people only, idiots get the shamwich. Money spinner!
S-note, Jul 09 2012

Secrets of a British-Rail Sandwich http://www.telegrap...-Rail-sandwich.html
[zen_tom, Jul 09 2012]

Resuscitating stale railway scones http://www.amazon.c...ffets/dp/B007171T5K
[pocmloc, Jul 09 2012]


       I thought this was going to be a sandwich for shamans, full of rare and powerful medicinal herbs.
hippo, Jul 09 2012

       Baked: late night filling station sandwiches?
DIYMatt, Jul 09 2012

       //Baked: late night filling station sandwiches //   

theleopard, Jul 09 2012

       I thought this was going to be a sandwich with very absorbent bread, prepared by an irritating cook with a nasally voice.
Cuit_au_Four, Jul 09 2012

       Sweden - "Alcohol could only be served ...only when food was ordered...many places kept a tired, stale sandwich on hand that could be brought to the table as an excuse to get a glass of wine or beer. The sandwich wasn't eaten, but was re-served to other thirsty guests who were more interested in drinking than eating."   

       Presumably it's not like that now?
not_morrison_rm, Jul 11 2012

       I don't get this. Alcohol causes an enzymatic change in the lining of the stomach which means that only doner kebabs can be safely ingested. I'm pretty sure that eating any kind of sandwich in this state would be harmful, possibly fateful.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 11 2012


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