Everything you need to know about #sandwichgate
Today the Daily Mail got an entire nation's knickers in a twist with this fantastically sensationalist front page headline:
... perfectly placed alongside a disgusted-looking Kate Middleton.
But far from sparking the outrage it was intended to, Twitter erupted into fits of giggles. Soon the nation was scrambling to demonstrate their terrible sandwich skills:
Sandwich-makers nationwide questioned their identities:
Had they been doing it all wrong?
The politics of how to eat a sandwich was cast into bready doubt:
Elsewhere, the Guardian was sent up for it's highfalutin ways:
Is THIS their idea of the perfect British sandwich?
Was this more what they had in mind?
Could immigrants be to blame for THIS?
Well done, Twitter. Well done.
If you like your sandwiches to be 100% British (sort of) why not have a go at this tasty beef one if you think you can manage it.
OR if you're not scared of FOREIGN sandwiches coming over here and taking other sandwiches' places then you'll really dig this delicious Italian pressed loaf and this mouth-watering Vietnamese baguette.