If Princeton was a sandwich, what kind would it be?


<p>Something from Hoagie Haven!</p>

<p>provolone and meunster cheese with pepperoni on wheat b/c its my fav!</p>

<p>Cowboy Chicken at George's hands down.</p>

<p>oops i forgot turkey!</p>

<p>the best kind. :)</p>

<p>("were" a sandwich...subjunctive.)</p>

<p>PB&J - Classic :)</p>

<p>@ acadec- First thing I thought, too. haha</p>

<p>thank god you don't write the admissions essay questions...</p>

<p>Be careful about attaching "Haven" to Princeton. I believe it is a sandwich that Dagwood would be proud to put together.</p>

<p>The expensive kind...</p>

<p>I don't know, bballdude, it definitely looks like it's gone on sale recently!</p>

<p>Marble rye with pastrami, fajita beef, collard greens, Navajo lamb, and Miracle Whip, served on Early American colonial pewter plates brought out only for graduation. Yum.</p>

<p>A pineapple sandwich with diced chocolate-coated-jalapenos in the


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<p>Grilled Eggplant, Provolone and Pepperjack cheese, tomato, and basil sauce....grilled on a panini maker, sliced into quarters, and served on China plates.</p>

<p>a sandwich inferior to the Penn sandwich. :)</p>

<p>The most delicious kind.</p>

<p>One of those cute little triangle sandwiches they serve at fancy parties as hors d'œuvres.</p>

<p>That ligature was placed there intentionally. ;)</p>

<p>I don't know what it would be, but I know what it wants to be:</p>

<p>Muffaletta (very diverse sandwich)</p>