If you're ordering a sandwich in the state of Colorado, things might start to get a bit confusing...

According to Dictionary.com, the official definition of a sandwich is this:

"two or more slices of bread or the like with a layer of meat, fish,cheese, etc., between each pair."

Pretty simple and straight forward, right? Well not so much anymore... Per Colorado state law, certain bars have to serve food, which now classifies a bunch of new items as "sandwiches". So... What are these food items that are now considered sandwiches under state law? Some of these might surprise you!

These are "SANDWICHES":

Those items, among mozzarella sticks, corn dogs, frozen pizzas and more are now all sandwiches according to Colorado state law... I don't even know what world we live on anymore!


Source: 9NEWS