Man hit by disappointment after spending six-months creating $1,500 sandwich
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A YouTuber has spoken out after spending months and a whopping $1,500 on making a sandwich.
Yep, forget your soggy sandwich $5 meal deals and being able to pop out, pick it up and consume it all within 20 minutes because someone decided to take a whopping six months to create one of the most expensive subs you've ever heard of.
But alas, the YouTuber's expectations didn't quite match up to the reality of the outcome.
YouTuber George - who goes by How To Make Everything - really put the rest of our pathetic lunches to shame when he decided to make a $1,500 sandwich in what he describes as 'only' six months.
How can a sandwich take a whole six months to make I hear you ask?
Well, he decided to make the sandwich 'completely from scratch,' and yes, that includes milking a cow for the cheese, growing his own veg, grinding his own flour from wheat and even making his own salt from ocean water.
Oh, and killing the chicken himself.
I, quite frankly, have no words.
George had to build his own garden, go on a ride in a boat to collect the ocean water, make it through airport security with the salt he got from the ocean, and milk a cow - while also taking a moment to also give one a quick ride.
He also picked itch weed, harvest wheat, 'make a huge mess' in his apartment, collect honey by himself - although with the protection of a special suit that is - as well as make butter, make the bread and also 'commit murder' of course.
I mean, he could've opted for a vegan or veggie sandwich, but where's the fun in that, eh?
And then last, and very much least given the hefty journey he'd gone on to reach that point, came the assembly of the sandwich.
Basically, it was a lot of effort, to say the least. The question is, was all that time and money really worth it?
Warning: Contains killing of chicken:
Well, in the video documenting his journey creating a $1,500 sandwich in six months, George records himself sitting down and taking a bite out of his creation.
He reviews: "It's not bad. It's not bad. Six months of my life were... Not bad. "Yeah."
Well, it doesn't seem like DIY $1,500 sandwiches are going to be becoming a trend anytime soon then.