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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for September 08, 2010

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    alviebird  about 11 years ago

    Is ‘glop’ an onomatopoeia?

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    Rakkav  about 11 years ago

    Yes. So is “bakbuk”, a Hebrew word that would be perfect for the sound of the gravy they pour on the glop.

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    Metroidprime8wwd  about 11 years ago

    i think is also depends on how you say it

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    Sandfan  about 11 years ago

    Cafeteria food still beats C-Rations, which the Air Force served us in Germany in the early ’60s.

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    cdward  about 11 years ago

    But wait! High School cafeteria food is worse than Middle School cafeteria food? Not where I come from!

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    kab2rb  about 11 years ago

    10 years ago I worked short term in Food Service for Public school and food put on trays after cooked at the time till they reached each school destination was then very nutritious.

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    lewisbower  about 11 years ago

    SANDFAN Don’t know how hungry you got in Germany, but sitting in the mud, C-rats were welcome to an empty stomach. And God bless those cigarettes.

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    david5992  about 11 years ago

    Reminds me of my HS cafeteria.

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    saltk  about 11 years ago

    My favourite meal at college was “mystery meat”. Never did find out what was in it.

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    kfaatz925  about 11 years ago

    My personal favorite is “whatchagot stew.”

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    batmanwithprep  about 11 years ago

    I never understood all of the school cafeteria food horrors. My school district has had tasty food for as long as I can remember. Seafood is their weak point, but everything else is fine for me. Especially the home made yeast rolls.

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    Smiley Rmom  about 11 years ago

    I remember that the cafeteria food tasted much better if it was served shortly after it was cooked. Same problem with hospital food. Even if the food was good when it was first cooked, sitting in those warmers for an hour or so will ruin it. My husband had neck surgery at a small specialty hospital, and I’d go back there again, if need be. He could eat anytime the cafe was open, all he had to do was call in his order, they’d cook it especially for him and deliver it ASAP to his room. (All private rooms, and a fold-out bed for a family member to sleep on if they want to stay overnight.)

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    Smiley Rmom  about 11 years ago

    Are they serving LuvH8’s “greasy gopher guts stew”?

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    DerkinsVanPelt218  about 11 years ago

    IF YOU DON’T EAT YOUR MEAT, YOU CAN’T HAVE ANY PUDDING! HOW CAN YOU HAVE PUDDING IF YOU DON’T EAT YOUR MEAT?!

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    supersexyghotmew95  about 9 years ago

    i love chafatira food

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    doctorwho29  over 2 years ago

    How about serving actual food?

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