A SIX INCHER FROM SUBWAY WAS NEVER GOING TO SATISFY THE BEATLES:

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  1. Lizzie says:

    love it! you’ve done it again, my dear – the incredible miss tammy and the never before seen beatle pix!

  2. Tammy says:

    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.

  3. John Medd says:

    Didn’t know John Holmes was a fan of The Fab 4.

  4. Chris says:

    Isn’t this the photo of The Beatles in Atlantic City, New Jersey? It’s the only time they played in my state.

  5. Chelsea says:

    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.

  6. Chris says:

    Great website Chelsea! And GREAT SONG!!!

  7. yesiamize says:

    Excuse me, but what do they hold? Is it bread? A fish? Sorry I cannot recognize.

  8. Tammy says:

    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.

  9. Chelsea says:

    @ Chris: thanks!

    I think it’s a big sub, but I could be wrong.

  10. Since 1963 says:

    I love how Paul is not quite holding the sub. He does not look like he is enjoying this shoot.

  11. Elad says:

    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.

  12. Sarah says:

    I bet George could eat that entire thing in one go, knowing his appetite.

  13. hey you says:

    ringo looks…apprehensive.

  14. Chris says:

    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.

  15. BLJ says:

    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

  16. Elad says:

    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!)

  17. Chris says:

    Elad thanks. I will check it out. I think I might have read a bit of it online.

  18. MarkZapp says:

    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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