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New Word of the Day: Candwich

Posted by languageandgrammar on July 20, 2010

By Paul Yeager, author of Literally, the Best Language Book Ever

That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. We apparently have a new word, candwich. The new word is for a new product: a sandwich in a can.

You know me–I’m not in favor of just making up new words when our old standards will work fine, but hey, if we’ve decided hat it’s finally time to can a sandwich, then we may as well call it something. Candwich is a silly enough name for a silly product.

One of the reasons that this new product could be created (although I’m not sure how different it is from a sandwich wrapped in plastic) is the development of a bread that can stay fresh inside of a can for a year.

Year-old bread…I gotta get me some candwiches.

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One Response to “New Word of the Day: Candwich”

  1. Good lord; sandwich in a can . . . *shudder*

    Thanks for answering my twitter post about “more/most importantly” vs “more/most important” – I knew that had to be correct and now I am finally vindicated! *smiling*

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