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The solution to the monotony of your office life
Everyone has bad days at the office, but your lunch should never be.
Does the monotony of office life ever have you wondering about your purpose in this world? The point of it all? What would happen if you were to just throw it all away and move to an island somewhere, reinventing yourself completely?
You could ponder these big questions, or you could just order yourself a delicious sandwich and get on with it. In Subway’s new series Out to Lunch, six coworkers come to find contentment in lunch. Watch the series below.
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