Kleenex. Band-Aid. Xerox. A brand can be sure it’s succeeded when its name becomes the generic term for a product.

Which brings us to this recent development: people have started calling sandwiches “homemade Subway.”

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This is awesome for Subway, and pretty damn sad for humanity.

https://twitter.com/jawa_nation/status/526195745792069632

https://twitter.com/Jrobin08/status/536588440171970561

https://twitter.com/TwoDoorBicycle/status/462543456288931840

https://twitter.com/neonwario/status/545600746461200385

https://twitter.com/roro_raonak/status/552734056039710721

https://twitter.com/iqbaaalsadiq/status/449389370219302912

https://twitter.com/JamesSteamz/status/513740956315963392

https://twitter.com/josh_caldow/status/520134985446354944

https://twitter.com/TheSnazzyMan/status/424464529695592448

https://twitter.com/onemore_chance_/status/385154724485271552

People calling sandwiches homemade Subway is an international phenomenon.

https://twitter.com/iqbaaalsadiq/status/449389370219302912

https://twitter.com/matt_344/status/502794748818911232

https://twitter.com/DaneGamesHD/status/547477814141001728

https://twitter.com/dhesebeck/status/552825702907908096

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