(N.) -- When you buy a sandwich in a convenience store thinking that from the looks of the meat or fish or vegetable filling facing out to you on the shelf that it will be full of that filling all the way into the sandwich as well. But when you buy the sandwich and unwrap it, it's barely full of the filling at all, and in fact the outer edge is all you get; the inside of the sandwich was basically empty.
''I bought a tuna sandwich at 7-Eleven and there was only a small helping of actual tuna inside -- what a sandtease! It was a completely eye-catching piece of display sales fakery. I hate that!"
by PRwiz101 August 07, 2011
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