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love it! you’ve done it again, my dear – the incredible miss tammy and the never before seen beatle pix!
Thanks Lizzie, i’m actually more a ‘foot long’ person myself when i dine at Subway, but for a culinary size queen such as myself, i don’t believe even i could accomodate this mass of crust and sandwich meat.
Didn’t know John Holmes was a fan of The Fab 4.
Isn’t this the photo of The Beatles in Atlantic City, New Jersey? It’s the only time they played in my state.
Amusing pic, but it’s just very difficult for me to not stare at Mr. Harrison … those cheekbones ….
Is there a George Harrison Anonymous group? If so, I think I have to sign up pronto.
Great website Chelsea! And GREAT SONG!!!
Excuse me, but what do they hold? Is it bread? A fish? Sorry I cannot recognize.
Well, this is the question, wat IS it, it has rounded ends, but segments of flacidity .. i dunno, i wouldn’t go near it tho.
@ Chris: thanks!
I think it’s a big sub, but I could be wrong.
I love how Paul is not quite holding the sub. He does not look like he is enjoying this shoot.
Yes, it’s a sub sandwich, and I believe it was from White House Subs, a well-known, long established shop in Atlantic City, NJ.
I bet George could eat that entire thing in one go, knowing his appetite.
Elad you’re right. The next time I go visit Atlantic City I am going to stop by there. I can’t believe such legends play in my state… and probably they stayed at a dump hotel. I know Bob Dylan stays at a nice yet humble hotel right by me every year.
They are holding a steak hoagie, (pronounced ho-gee). In New York they call them subs. Paul looks like he is ready to eat he has a dish underneath the hoagie.
If George can eat all of that he must have a tube for a stomach, LOL
We call them subs (short for submarine) in NJ, also!
(@Chris: they stayed in the Lafayette Motor Inn in A.C. For a fun read re. this, read Judith Kristen’s book ” A Date With a Beatle!)
Elad thanks. I will check it out. I think I might have read a bit of it online.
Yes this was taken in Atlantic City in August 1964. These sandwiches are called hoagies, submarines, heroes and more, depending on where you live.
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