UPDATE: it was pointed out that the above soda is not, in fact, a sandwich. and so to remedy this situation, I present you:
10-YEAR-OLD AW's 5-STAR SANDWICH
now, this is beyond a shadow of a doubt one of the finest sandwiches ever crafted. it is the ultimate fuel for trading Pogs or series-two Marvel cards, or playing Killer Instinct on your cousin's SNES. if you find yourself doing any of these things, I heartily recommend this sandwich. some day I will pass this recipe on to my children, and them to their children. truly, a sandwich for the ages.
the necessary ingredients
I should mention that the above ingredients are not quite right. the Buddig brand ham does not need to be honey ham; the Kraft cheese should be "Old English", which as I understand has been discontinued; and the bread should be the brand of Buttermilk-style bread that my grandmother buys. I do not know the brand. nevertheless, this is close enough. I will now divulge the secret ingredients, please use discretion with whom you choose to share this knowledge with.
mayonnaise and seasoning salt
the secret ingredients are mayonnaise and seasoning salt. Lawry's is preferred, but McCormick's is acceptable. please note that this sandwich does not contain any produce. it is simply ham, cheese, pickles, mayonnaise and seasoning salt. mustard is allowed but not recommended. if you have anything else on this sandwich, you are doing it wrong.
aw yeah lets bust out the Atari and play Joust
as you can see in the picture above, the serving suggestions for this sandwich are Cactus Cooler and BBQ-flavored chips. you could drink a different soda (perhaps Coke or Root Beer), but if you have access to Cactus Cooler....why would you? and that my friends is how to make a 5-star sandwich. eat it quickly before your grandmother makes you water the garden.