In all my years of devoted research into the subject of coming in late from the pub with an appetite that demands a post pub sarnie I feel qualified to say that they generally fall into two main catagories Type I and Type II. Type I is normally associated with the fact that the present Mrs Diehard57 has completed the 'weekly big shop' within the last 48 hours. Thus ensuring an ample supply and a wide range of choice - fresh white and brown breads, soft and crusty rolls, ciabattas, naans and wraps. The SMEG is full to the gunwhales with various cooked meats - hams, salamis, roast beef and cooked chicken, not to mention a selection of fine cheeses and a nice line in salad garnishes and dressings. Type II on the other hand normally occurs midweek when the kitchen has taken on a decidely faminous appearance. A few slices of stale bread in the bread bin, no fresh meats - just a small bit of mouldy mousetrap cheddar in the fridge. This leads to a little bit of infantry initiative to rustle up a tasty snack - you know the sort of thing - a tin of pilchards glazed with bovril on toast type affair or tinned peaches in broewn sauce on a stale garlic and coriander mini naan. In the cause of furthering my research - is what is the worst post-pub sarnie you have concoted out of limited resources?