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Sunday, 15 September 2013

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Arby's spokesperson Fluffy Tinsinbock pointing to the Arby's Internet site. (Photo by Paco Peso).

BOARDMAN, Ohio - Arby's opened their first restaurant back in 1964, and since then they have sold millions and millions of sandwiches.

Company Spokesperson Fluffy Tinsinbock recently sat down with the news media to clear up a rumor that apparently started in either New Jersey or Arizona.

Miss Tinsinbock stated that contrary to the rumor Arby's Arby Melt Sandwich does not now nor has it ever contained an ingredient that could be considered to be an aphrodisiac.

She said that their Arby Melt is fortified with energy building natural additives but there is nothing in the Arby Melt that could even be remotely classified as being an aphrodisiac or even a quasi- aphrodisiac.

Tinsinbock pointed out that they have called in a private investigating firm and they will be checking out to see exactly what city in New Jersey or Arizona that silly rumor originated in.

SIDENOTE: To view hundreds of other restaurant rumors that have been disproved that go all the way back to 1950, you can log on to www.eateryrumorsoutedasfalse.eat

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