Was it web trolls or only a limited-time choice?
Denver Bronco QB Russell Wilson’s signature sandwich, the “Dangerwich,” is now not accessible to prospects — although not due to backlash from the cringe-inducing adverts, based on TMZ Sports activities.
Apparently, the chain wanted to make manner for brand spanking new objects, selecting to scrap “The Vault” unique, which debuted in February.
“Whereas The Dangerwich sub left The Vault in August to make room for some new, craveable choices, don’t fear, The Dangerwich will probably be again quickly!” a Subway spokesperson mentioned.
After seeing the adverts, it’s laborious to not consider the response performed an element within the hoagie being pulled.
Simply take heed to the best way the previous Seahawk signal-caller says, “it’s spicy.” That’s nearly sufficient to make Wilson the worst pitchman within the firm’s historical past.
Greenlighting this spot is like throwing the ball from the 1-yard line — and ought to be ridiculed accordingly. I additionally wager the “Dangerwich” — which options pepperoni, salami, ham, banana peppers, and, amongst different issues, yellow mustard and mayo — is as putrid because the Bronco’s offense through the group’s 2-4 begin.
Wilson is so bland, I think about the issues he considers harmful to be driving 26 mph in a 25 mph zone, or refusing to hit whereas holding a 5 in Blackjack ala Austin Powers. How rebellious.