For those of you unfamiliar, Wawa is an ultra-convenience store in the Philly region where you can get gas, a great sandwich, free ATM, anything really. Actually, scratch that. It’s not an “ultra-convenience store.” It’s the greatest store on Earth. I don’t feel like I’m over-selling that either. Quik Check, meanwhile, is its neighbor to the north, servicing most of North Jersey and surrounding.
Anyway, I went to Quick Chek today, and got the lamest sandwich ever. I’m now hungry and cranky, and must be heard.
My letter to the CEO of Quick Chek earlier today:
Sorry to bother you with this, as I’m sure you’re a very busy man, but as a CEO of a great organization like Quick Chek, I thought you might be interested in some constructive criticism. I went to your store in (Redacted), NJ this afternoon and ordered an English muffin with butter, as well as a Taylor ham & cheese sandwich.
The English muffin was inedible. It was so stale that in some parts I couldn’t even bite through it. That’s no exaggeration. Even though I knew it was extremely stale and likely sitting out for a long time, I tried to bite through it just to see if I could. Nope.
The Taylor ham and cheese, on the other hand, might have been the lamest sandwich I’ve ever had. I attached a picture, which is bad as is, but really doesn’t even do it justice. One thin piece of Taylor ham, and one thin slice of cheese on a roll is apparently what you get for $4 at your (Redacted location) store. On no level anywhere could that reasonably be considered a legitimate sandwich.
It was less like a Taylor ham and cheese sandwich, and more like Taylor ham flavored bread. I’m not sure if it’s company policy for a Taylor ham and cheese sandwich to rationed that way, or if that particular store is just terrible. Either way, it’s unacceptable.