Subway had a lawsuit over the length of their bread.

@jstory07 (69312)
Roseburg, Oregon
April 15, 2018 10:40pm CST
Subway has to start measuring its six inch and foot long sandwiches. There was a law suit against them saying the sandwiches was not six inches and a foot long. People that do things like this have to much time on their hands. Every bread is not going to come out the same. People were getting strange over 1/16th of an inch short.
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@TRBRocks420 (81215)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Apr
That's crazy, but you would think they would make sure.
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@ivanituut (1927)
16 Apr
Hehe
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
Yes you would think so but it is a dumb lawsuit.
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@KrauseHome (35526)
• United States
16 Apr
Personally, this is Crazy. Really now just over something like this. There is other things people could worry about.
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@bagarad (12674)
• Paso Robles, California
16 Apr
I'm quite sure the ones who sued didn't care about anything except making money.
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@KrauseHome (35526)
• United States
16 Apr
@bagarad Unfortunately too many are like this
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@bagarad (12674)
• Paso Robles, California
16 Apr
@KrauseHome Remember that person who sued McDonald's because she spilled hot coffee on herself?
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@LadyDuck (171413)
• Switzerland
16 Apr
Well, I have read that the lawsuit started in 2013 and Subway agreed to settle the case for about a half-million. It seems that those who complained made some money here.
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
Yes they did. It proves people will sue over anything.
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@LadyDuck (171413)
• Switzerland
16 Apr
@jstory07 If Subway accepted to settle the case, I suspect there was a reason.
• Calgary, Alberta
16 Apr
I should have sued them first..... damn...
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@aureliah (17990)
• Kenya
16 Apr
That is a lot of work measuring each of the sandwich. They will find a more convenient way to do so
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
You would think so.
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@just4him (124348)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
16 Apr
That's super crazy. I agree, not all bread is going to come out the same, but it will be pretty darn close.
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
It should be close.
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@just4him (124348)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
16 Apr
@jstory07 Yes, it should.
@epiffanie (10408)
• Australia
16 Apr
It's only in America where people can sue for just about any reason at all ..
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
For any stupid reason.
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@epiffanie (10408)
• Australia
16 Apr
@jstory07 hahaha! yeah.. I watch Judge Judy and I am just shaking my head that they go to court for every little thing,...
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@mlgen1037 (29634)
• Manila, Philippines
16 Apr
Hi Judy. I think that lawsuit should be made here. We feel like the bread shrinks by the day or not at a month or two.
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
Companies sure like to shrink everything.
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@mlgen1037 (29634)
• Manila, Philippines
16 Apr
@jstory07 yes. they do cost cutting and the price you pay gets more expensive. There is an imbalance.
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@DianneN (82574)
• United States
17 Apr
That is nuts!!!
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
17 Apr
It sure is.
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@tzwrites (4955)
• Romania
16 Apr
It's another one of those ridiculous lawsuits...like the one where they sued because the coffee was too hot. ..
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
So true. A stupid lawsuit.
@moffittjc (44697)
• Gainesville, Florida
16 Apr
There should be an allowance for a margin of error. But if you order a 6-inch sub and it only measures 5-inches, well then you have only received 5/6th of a sub and should only pay 5/6th of the price! lol
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
That is so true.
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@bagarad (12674)
• Paso Robles, California
16 Apr
I hate it when people take advantage of others, even companies, over trivia. I'm quite sure this was not the purpose of making litigation so easy.
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
I sure it was not the reason either.
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@JudyEv (130710)
• Bunbury, Australia
16 Apr
You're right. Some people just don't have enough to do.
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
I guess they do not want to be bored.
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@Courtlynn (55714)
• United States
16 Apr
Oh brother.
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@jstory07 (69312)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Apr
Yes stupid.
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@WorDazza (10100)
• Manchester, England
16 Apr
It's all down to marketing. They should have called them something else that made no reference to actual measurements. These days you can guarantee that some ar$ehole on the make will claim they've been mentally scarred by the inaccurate length of their sandwich!!
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• Calgary, Alberta
16 Apr
This is a prime example of a first world problem. Children in Africa are dying of hunger while this people complain about bread length.
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• United States
19 Apr
that's what happens when you have carpenters in your store.they have the time and tool to check that stuff
@vandana7 (66876)
• India
18 Apr
Lawyers get all the money...isn't it a shame. If it had remained with Subway, there would be another outlet, and may be some discounts. But the lawyer got to drink with it, have better car, home, and suit, and that vacation, and of course sub way meal. LOL
@id_peace (7629)
• Singapore
17 Apr
I do no longer eat subway after they went halal and took out the cold cut.
@wolfgirl569 (8638)
• Marion, Ohio
17 Apr
I heard about that a while back. Someone with too much time on their hands
@EddieHands (37814)
• United States
17 Apr
wow I think I want my money back.. i don't trust subway. And Jared.. was a very bad man! now i really hate them even more after this