So, here’s the thing, I had no idea that spaghetti sandwiches existed until Beth suggested it as a TIT. Then I was like, why did Philli Vanilli (Beth’s husband) eat them as a child? I can’t answer this question. Perhaps no one can. It is important to note that Phil is scientist…a rebel in a lab coat.
But, it got me thinking. What constitutes a sandwich? Does just putting another food in between 2 slices of bread automatically make it a sandwich? I don’t know. I value sandwiches and the combination of food groups in one scrumptious package. You’ve got a protein (turkey), dairy (cheese), vegetable (lettuce), fruit (tomato) and a wide array of condiments that work together to make happiness in a carbohydrate (bread) home.
A spaghetti sandwich feels insincere compared to a traditional sandwich. It is the Skipper to Barbie. When you open it up, you will be disappointed because it is not the real thing. There are fewer options to dress up and less potential for adventure. It will never achieve icon status. Of course, some people may prefer Skipper. Those people are Imbeciles.