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December 15, 2006

ATTENTION, ANYBODY WHO HAS EVER EATEN AT A SCHOOL CAFETERIA

Do not even think about clicking here.

(Thanks to Onterrible and Nick Burns)

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Oh, oh...oh, no. I can't even get past the headline.

I'll be the FIRST to order my dressing on the side, please.

The lunch lady said "Lunch is ready. Come and get it!"

What?

what kind of dressing
do they serve in school today?
DNA flavor

too many movies...
say what you want about him
the kid has got spunk

at least tootsie rolls weren't on the menu

trash bag over head
multiple farts in the bag
poetic justice?

or make him eat it
it should be pretty ripe now
serves the twit-boy right

gut full of candy
i just threw up in my mouth
*urp* (mmm, chocolate)

I'll stick with the mystery meat, thank you.

FRIDAY AFTERNOON SQUIRREL UPDATE:

I almost forgot. Another week has gone by and the squirrel still lives in the ceiling above my office. He's been pretty quiet this week as we have had unusually warm weather and I'm sure he's been out sunning his nuts, etc. but I just heard him running around up there not fifteen minutes ago.

Bunch of swallowers at that school.

See, now here's another good reason that I do not send my kids to gov't schools.

OT, sorta:

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe,
She had so many children, she didn't know what to do.
So one rainy day she took two for a ride,
And *SPLAT* what's for dinner? (Mudstuffin's inside)

When I was in grade school, the cafeteria piled the peas on the floor one day, because they had nowhere else to put them. I mean, they would turn around, YOUR plate in hand, and scoop some peas. EEEEEWWWW!!! I've never forgotten it.

"that kid has got spunk". Insom, you're killing me!!

Bring on the Good Semens...er, Seasons!

I'm so glad I don't eat ranch dressing.

And *snork* at insom.

As a high school teacher I can attest that kids often get the terms "self-directed" and "self-abuse" confused.

Note to self: bring lunch for rest of career

Philintexas - If you bring your lunch, great. But please, for the love of all that is decent and hygienic, don't leave it in the classroom! As a former HS student myself, I remember dozens of whispered hallway conversations where students plotted to "get even" with their teacher due to a slight, real or imagined. And a lesson I learned while teaching: Never, ever leave a beverage cup unattended, even for a moment.

I found thru Drudge website a link to the Smoking Gun website (sorry, no linky thingy) with the letter home to parents from the principal. Seriously, if I ever get a letter like this, I'm moving my kids to a convent in Alaska.

hahahahahahahahahaha urp

BLECH!

Hmm. What kind of salad would that go with?

Was that Creamy Ranch (tm thingy)

a little extra protein with yer salad???

*barf*

They put this on Fark the other day, and I had the story pinned just by reading the headline:
"Hey Brian, how's the school lunch today?" "Oh, fine, but the salad dressing is a bit salty."

At Wheaton North High School the mission is to create self-directed students who make sound decisions.

They got the first part accomplished.

Overheard in the backseat of a car on Wheaton North High School prom night:

"C'mon, what's the big deal? You've already eaten the salad dressing."

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