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Posted: July 7, 2012, 4:41 pm - IP Logged

As funny as that would be, I don't see it getting greenlighted.

Maybe tone it down (and take it easy on poor Jared) a bit:

In your best Duke or Clint Eastwood voice, you say to him, "Mister, this Subway franchise ain't big enough for the two of us."

Then you make him dance like in old Westerns by firing rounds at his feet, after which he runs off into the sunset while getting chased by more rounds.

But your version would definitely have an impact, that's for sure.

Hmmm....I don't know Epistrophy, the Duke or Eastwood showdown ultimatum is a great idea to be sure. Perhaps a compromise would be to slice

and dice Jared up, and include his remains as specialty toppings, as a one time gift to his loyal fan base.    Group Hug

 

What better way to go? Jared   Lover'ed his subs, now he could be immortalized forever by becoming one! I don't see a problem with this concept

getting the green light and the  Thumbs Up.

 

I will try forwarding this thread to the Subway marketing people. Wonder what kind of commission this will earn me??!!    Banana

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    I don't know what sort of advertising runs in other parts of the country, but I can't remember the last time I saw a Subway ad featuring Jared.  Perhaps Subway figured out a while ago that he's played out?

    Subway may not make the best sandwiches in the world, but I find they're fairly decent.  And I've never had a problem with requesting that they leave off the lettuce; I usually get spinach instead.

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      I don't know what sort of advertising runs in other parts of the country, but I can't remember the last time I saw a Subway ad featuring Jared.  Perhaps Subway figured out a while ago that he's played out?

      Subway may not make the best sandwiches in the world, but I find they're fairly decent.  And I've never had a problem with requesting that they leave off the lettuce; I usually get spinach instead.

      Jared is rarely seen anymore in their commercials.   Troll     Initially 10-12 years ago he was a boost for Subway, because of all the weight he lost

      through his exclusive diet of healthy Subway sandwiches.

       

      That sizzle is gone now, so must be Jared. His chopped up remains as toppings, should be a fitting tribute, to a once was one hit wonder.   Idea

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        Jared is rarely seen anymore in their commercials.   Troll     Initially 10-12 years ago he was a boost for Subway, because of all the weight he lost

        through his exclusive diet of healthy Subway sandwiches.

         

        That sizzle is gone now, so must be Jared. His chopped up remains as toppings, should be a fitting tribute, to a once was one hit wonder.   Idea

        um mc?  disgusting idea... bluck!


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          Posted: July 8, 2012, 3:45 pm - IP Logged

          um mc?  disgusting idea... bluck!

          I can understand and appreciate your concern for Jared Max. Trust me however, it's the right time and the right thing to do. Were Jarad

          here now, talking with us one on one, I'm sure he would be the first one to insist he would have it no other way!    Wink

           

          To go out, as perhaps one of the most popular sub toppings ever created by Subway, would be both an honor and a privilege to Jerad.   Approve

           

          A documentary detailing his welcome demise, to further the popularity as well as prosperity of Subway, would no doubt result in a huge windfall

          for his surviving family members. This would truly be a win-win for all parties concerned.  Cheers    Thumbs Up

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            Posted: July 8, 2012, 4:21 pm - IP Logged

            um mc?  disgusting idea... bluck!

            Yea, I think that topping is called soylent green.

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              Yea, I think that topping is called soylent green.

               Yes, It probably would have some nuances of ocean plankton, an excellent and delicious food source!

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                 Yes, It probably would have some nuances of ocean plankton, an excellent and delicious food source!

                ewww..but  I saw that movie for the first time in the past year or two....it was pretty good. A lot of aging stars in it.


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                  ewww..but  I saw that movie for the first time in the past year or two....it was pretty good. A lot of aging stars in it.

                  Yeah those stars in their 30's are looking pretty scary.  Eek

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                    Yeah those stars in their 30's are looking pretty scary.  Eek

                    lol..I meant Heston, Chuck Conners, Edward G. Robinson....


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                      lol..I meant Heston, Chuck Conners, Edward G. Robinson....

                      I know.  LOL  Wow Chuck Conners was in that movie, big fan of The Rifleman.


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                        lol..I meant Heston, Chuck Conners, Edward G. Robinson....

                        Not only are those stars aging......there all "dead"  lol. lol.  Green laugh   Dead

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                          Not only are those stars aging......there all "dead"  lol. lol.  Green laugh   Dead

                          They probably ate at Subway.

                          I just can't seem to forget a few years ago when Subway was using lettuce that was sprayed with sewer water.It made several people here in the midwest very,very sick and I think it killed a few people,too.Yeah,Subway serves up healthy eating,alright.

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                            They probably ate at Subway.

                            I just can't seem to forget a few years ago when Subway was using lettuce that was sprayed with sewer water.It made several people here in the midwest very,very sick and I think it killed a few people,too.Yeah,Subway serves up healthy eating,alright.

                            Although there was some associated sickness, the sewer water was still a big hit overall. It actually broke all sales records for that month!!!

                            Through the courtesy of Subway, they sent me a picture of some of the actual sewer water, that was successfully used at that Toledo Ohio franchise.

                             

                            Thank you Subway for your continuing pioneering spirit, and entrepreneurial leadership in bringing your delicious subs to millions world wide.  Patriot

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                              Although there was some associated sickness, the sewer water was still a big hit overall. It actually broke all sales records for that month!!!

                              Through the courtesy of Subway, they sent me a picture of some of the actual sewer water, that was successfully used at that Toledo Ohio franchise.

                               

                              Thank you Subway for your continuing pioneering spirit, and entrepreneurial leadership in bringing your delicious subs to millions world wide.  Patriot

                              You are one sick individual!

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