Recently, thanks to a cartoon by Left-Handed Toons, consumers have been up in arms over the fact that Subway lines their isosceles-triangle-shaped pieces of cheese up like shark's teeth on their sandwiches:

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Instead of tessellated, in order to provide more cheese coverage per square inch:

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The internet became angry
. T-shirts were printed. Conspiracies were revealed. Finally, the Subway corporation announced that, as of July 1st, they will be tessellating the cheese on their sandwiches. I would say that the good guys won this one, but the problem is that no matter how the cheese is arranged, you're still eating a goddamned Subway sandwich.

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