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    LINK_O_NEAL  17 days ago

    Squid

    Tentacles

    Eggplant

    And

    Kale

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  17 days ago

    I guess Paige did not see the periods between the acronyms’ letters at first. (Who came up with these school lunch menus anyway? The school board?)

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    Adiraiju  17 days ago

    Loose Objects Boiled, Stewed, Torn, n’ Roasted?

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    Kaputnik  17 days ago

    Mmm, ingredients. I love those in my food.

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    Bill S  17 days ago

    Don’t worry Paige, it will get better. Ms. O. is no longer giving schools orders on what to serve kids anymore.

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    drycurt  17 days ago

    Similar to the artificial taste-flavored eating substance that was called hamburgers at my high school.

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    mail2jbl  17 days ago

    You know it’s bad when the lunch lady is telling you to bring your own sack lunch.

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    Darth Vitate  17 days ago

    Didn’t Amend do a strip like this a long time ago?

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    Cozmik Cowboy  17 days ago

    My HS would, once a month each, serve chicken fried steak, country fried steak, breaded pork, and breaded veal sandwiches.

    They were all the same thing, and under no name were they either tasty or edible. (Put some red stuff & fake cheese on it & it became a pizzaburger)

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    theGhostPony gc insider 17 days ago

    I guess things really have gone downhill at our schools these days. Our lunch-ladies excelled at pizza, Salisbury steak, whipped potatoes and fish sticks with french fries.

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    BiathlonNut  17 days ago

    In many school cafeterias (cafeterii?) when one sticks a fork into the meat one wonders if one will hear a meow, bark or neigh.

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    Hector Gonzalez  17 days ago

    I love the plastic gloves on the lunch lady. Great artwork.

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    tripwire45  17 days ago

    How about the acronym G.M.O.?

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    William Bednar gc insider 17 days ago

    So, P.I.Z.Z.A. is an acronym for “Slop in a bowl”?

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    viper  17 days ago

    modified rerun

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