“The poor boy sandwich is part of our history and our culture,” says Gendusa.
“When people come from out of town they always want to try a poor boy sandwich,” Gendusa says.
"I beg that you won't play tricks with a poor boy like me," he said.
The poor boy well knew what he had to undergo, for he had probably often assisted in similar scenes.
Oh, he is a poor boy who works around Miss Taylor's place—a distant cousin of hers, I believe.
The agony was such that the poor boy could not refrain from loud shrieks, and he was thrown into the most convulsive contortions.
The poor boy peeped into the dining-room and drew back, his eyes almost drunk with mahogany, and gold and Spanish leather.
A poor boy, about nine years of age, was brought for my advice.
But the poor boy knew mighty well that if he touched her she would vanish.
But is that all which you could find to say to the poor boy in his distress?
A very large sandwich; Dagwood, hero sandwich
[1921+; coined and invented by Clovis and Benjamin Martin, who opened a New Orleans restaurant in 1921]