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Ban The Thai Airways Spinach Sandwich

Category: Tourism, Posted:16 Feb 2012 | 08:29 am

I fly Thai. It remains my airline of choice.But recently even I have had enough of the slow and progressive decline of food served to TG passengers.
Clearly we have hit bottom with the trifecta of saran wrapped white bread sandwiches, which include an ominously dark green spinach sandwich.
Even Popeye would opt out of this one. Of course the other two include what I believe to be tuna, but can't confirm or deny this by taste. And the third appears to be some sort of processed meat. What meat? I've got no idea.
But the creature from the black lagoon – that spinach sandwich has to be the singular worst thing Thai has ever come up with. It's like that monster in the movie Alien. Only worse.
Even worse than the mussel omelet served a few years back on Thai Airways.
I urge all insider readers to stand up and be heard. The spinach sandwich has no place on an airplane, not even in the cargo hold. Or in handcarry luggage. Even babies wouldn't eat this slimy concoction.
At the very worst, send all of these sandwiches to the staving people in Sudan. Though I have my doubts if they'd opt out as well. Plus Thai doesn't fly there, so a logistical problem exists.
Given the large number of Iranian tourist terrorists that seem to be roaming the country these days, perhaps they could be armed with spinach sandwiches instead of grenades.
God knows they are just as lethal. The slabs of mush that is.
Perhaps foreign governments should issue travel warnings about eating the green slime on Thai Airways instead of those travel advisories.
In the meantime I am left wondering where the toxic waste dumps are that call home to the cartloads of uneaten soggy Thai spinach sandwiches?
I still fly Thai, but I bring my own sandwich these days from a place called Subway.

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