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Recession Session (2): $5 Subway at the Studio

In our second installment of Recession Session, we’ve combined it with an Adventure as we re-visit the now staple “5 Dollar Footlongs” at Subway. To preface this endeavor, every couple of weeks me and Marc make an effort to check in with our friend Rudy at his work place (a local Orange County recording studio) to make sure the work-level is high, the drug-usage is at a reasonable minimum and their eating is proper. Of course we decided to eat fresh, and Rudy decided he would be the savior and document the adventure on his iPhone, so don’t mind the haphazard photography…just enjoy the eats!


Luckily, Subway is in close proximity to the studio, so we didn’t have to deal with Marc (above) and his mother’s sunglasses for too long.

When we got back to the studio we jumped right into the meat of things. Along with the usual oven roasted chicken breast on wheat, the dude working at Subway was treating us so nicely, he said he would make us breakfast sandwiches even in the late afternoon hour. Sorry, I forgot his name…but I truly hope he gets a raise or promotion! Anyways, I got the “Mega” sandwich, or something of that nature…sausage, egg, cheese, bacon and topped with green peppers and red onions…breakfast at Subway is definitely a thumbs up!

The once jolly Marc is now feeling the confines of his stomach.

Rudy? Confines? <insert laughter>

What’s a recording studio without some artists roaming around? Meet our good friend Wafeek, we were talking about his two upcoming music videos and his new album, all of which sound like they will be amazing.

All in all, that puts an end to this second installment of Recession Session. Hope you guys can get out there and get your grub on with some cheap yet delicious Subway, and despite what the economists say…keep eating!!

By Elie Ayrouth

Elie is a product of Orange County, CA. In early 2012, his dentist diagnosed him with 8 different cavities, three of which on the same tooth, as a result of his 23-year Sour Patch Kid addiction.