Heh heh. It says "Butt Heads" in the New York Times.
Heh heh. It says "Butt Heads" in the New York Times. NPR
There was once but one Superpower in the world of savory breakfast sandwiches on sweet buns: The McDonald's McGriddle. But now there's an arms race, and Dunkin' Donuts has jumped into the mix with the cleverly named Waffle Breakfast Sandwich.
Mike: Really it looks like they stamped each level out of Play-Doh.
Peter: Except Play-Doh is guaranteed non-toxic.
It may seem like Eva's savoring this sandwich. In reality, she's concentrating to keep the memory of it from sticking to her brain.
It may seem like Eva's savoring this sandwich. In reality, she's concentrating to keep the memory of it from sticking to her brain. NPR
Eva: Making things waffle-shaped does not make them waffles. In order for them to be waffles, they also need to taste like food.
Ian: The waffles do provide little squares for me to organize all the different reasons I don't like this sandwich.
Ian: One good thing about having waffles for bread is it's easy to get a good grip on this sandwich. You know, for when you hurl it at a nemesis.
Robert: Yeah, maybe we shouldn't be asking so much of a sandwich designed to be easy for those without opposable thumbs.
Peter: These aren't waffles. They're tiny rubber manhole covers made of extruded starch.
Ian: And while it's true you can't make "waffle" without "awful," to be really accurate these should be called "wdisgustings."
[The verdict: Not recommended. Each level had the same consistency as the next, which is disturbing when you consider there was a waffle layer, a cheese layer, and a sausage layer.]