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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Who invented "SANDWICHES"?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Who invented "SANDWICHES"?),it will help you,my kids.

I just made a turkey sandwich and I thought to myself, man can you imagine the guy who invented sandwiches? I bet the guy is a multi billionaire.

Probably made as much money as the guy who thought of putting meat over a fire, before eating it.

Or the person who figured out that peeing upwind was not a good idea.

How about the person who noticed that rocks tended to roll downhill.

Regarding the sandwich: The story I heard was that an English lord was preparing to go into battle. He had not yet eaten and he was in a great hurry, so he told his cook to just stick a piece of meat between two hunks of bread.

On his way to the battlefield, the Earl of Sandwich ate his breakfast.

Now, this may just be one of those Urban Legends, but whether or not it is true, you can see that it wouldn't have taken any brilliant thinking to figure this one out. People may have been making sandwiches for many, many centuries. (think of a falafel, a sliced open pita bread, stuffed with food, or a burrito, food wrapped in a flat, round, thin piece of bread)

So, something that was in common use couldn't be patented, especially since there were no patent laws until just a few hundred years ago.

If I'm totally wrong in my thinking, here, then you may have success in patenting a method to put on a pair of pants, one leg at a time. Good luck with that, because if you are successful, I owe you a butt load of money.

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