For Sure, Candwich

Candwich, meal in a canDrum roll for the menu of the day. . . For breakfast, a Candwich PBJ Strawberry and a Candwich PBJ Grape. With perhaps a Candwich French Toast as a late morning snack. For lunch, a Candwich BBQ chicken. And for dinner (fo’ sure) a Candwich Pepperoni Pizza Pocket.

I am not the least bit troubled* that Travis L. Wright absconded with $145 million of investors money (who thought their lucre was being poured into real estate) to make Candwich a success. The investors will get paid in free canned lunches. Money line goes to Michael E. Hines, from the New York Times article: A lot of 401(k)s have become 201(k)s. (Alternative money line, completely made up: Candwich really opened a can of worms with their creative funding.)

I do find this behavior troubling. But writing a blog requires artistic license. Or a candwich.

5 thoughts on “For Sure, Candwich

  1. There are some things that just should not happen… never-ever-happen.

    A ‘candwich’ is one tin too far!

    This morning I walked into my local bakery to purchase a freshly baked loaf as well as 12 bread rolls; the smell was to die for…

    Popping the lid on a ‘candwich’ will never happen in this Englishman’s castle, even if it means baking my own bread (as has happened in the past).

    I need a ‘cuppa-char’ to settle my nerves.

    Yours Aye.

  2. Mark: I am a clownish blogger who copied the story from the NY Times article. Of which, I don’t particularly like (the NYT.) I am all for disaster preparedness. If you have a link to a more trust-worthy source, I would be glad to amend the post.
    EB: Whoah whoah. Keep those jumpy nerves settled. Have two cups of char, by all means.
    Kris: If my eyes are correct, the owner or manager of Candwich already commented above you. And I do believe it is real!
    CP: Easy big guy. Waffle House will NOT be stocking Candwiches.

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