The Daily Mail is asking the really tough questions.
Sandwich makers are in turmoil because no one in Britain wants to get their hands covered in margarine and only Eastern Europeans appear to be up to the task.
Twitter was quick to react.
Sometimes the daily mail reminds me of a senile old man in a neglected nursing home pic.twitter.com/gUg00RUYWG— Jonathan Paige (@johnnypaige) November 9, 2014
I've just tried to make a sandwich and accidentally got my head stuck in the blender. I think the Daily Mail might be right, you know.— Mark Jones (@brokentv) November 9, 2014
Daily Mail posing the deep and heavy going questions to society? pic.twitter.com/d2uSDzJsc1— Laurence G Hulse (@LaurenceGHulse) November 9, 2014
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The Daily Mail, never afraid to ask the big questions...
(via @suttonnick)— The Media Blog (@TheMediaTweets) November 9, 2014
The Daily Mail's WAR ON SANDWICHES :-)— Rav (@RavGMB) November 9, 2014
Wasn't the Daily Mail having a meltdown about Halal meat in Subway a few months ago? They make sandwiches. There's no pleasing some people.— Dave Jones (@WelshGasDoc) November 9, 2014
PR firms: Send a basket of sandwiches tomorrow to the Daily Mail. Nice, English fillings. e.g: Ham and Mustard, Xenophobia and Petty Fear.— SimonNRicketts (@SimonNRicketts) November 9, 2014
Wow that Daily Mail Sandwich front page is sure getting a lot of coverage on Twitter....— Philippa Strandberg (@PhilippaSL) November 9, 2014
But perhaps there's a bigger issue going on.
Tomorrow Daily Mail asks if anyone left in UK who can make a sandwich? The question could be why is this company paying people so badly.— oliver king (@oliverjamesking) November 9, 2014
But it had its fans.
I know its not allowed, but I love that Daily Mail splash. I mean, really.— Chris Brennan (@allpointsnorth) November 9, 2014
It was clearly a missed opportunity.
The worst thing about that Daily Mail front page is that they could have gone for 'Hungary for some sandwiches?'— Scriblit (@Scriblit) November 9, 2014
But most importantly, what does Kate think?
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The Daily Mail are so hard for Princess Kate.— Dunc (@Done_can) November 9, 2014