Friday, September 16, 2005

chicken fryz

Alright, enough blogging about nothing. I am not Jerry Seinfeld. Next week--all the stuff I didn't write about for the last two weeks but wanted to. There are some real doozies. Doooo. Zeeees. And I have high standards when it comes to the doozie designation.

In the meantime, entertain yourself with this online archive of lunch choices from the Harrisonburg, Virginia school district. I recommend starting with the Corn Dog Nuggets, moving on through the Ham and Cheese Pita, and then finishing off with the Lasagna, at which point if you're anything like me you'll be running to the bathroom to release your unsuppressable laughter and tears so that your bosses don't think you are possessed by a hyena. [many thanks, mimi smartypants]

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

for those of you who like your food "ethnic", may i recommend a three-course meal including the taco tub, italian dunkers, and beef teriyaki bites.

i don't understand why this site exists, but i do love it way too much.

-ellen

Robo's Drone said...

Wait. What's the Packed Lunch? Judging by the photo, you get a free lunchbox. That would leave me a little hungry.

Gina said...

ha! i hadn't noticed the packed lunch. and ellen pointed me to the "what do i do with these pictures?" section: http://mirrors.meepzorp.com/harrisonburg.k12.va.us/lunch/lunch-cards.html

amazing.

midwestgrrl said...

I am most perplexed by the Italian Dunkers.

Which are pieces of white bread.

Robo's Drone said...

RE: "What do i do with these pictures?" Section

'...this way your student's will know exactly what they're getting!'

Melted cheese and coronary artery disease! Hurray!

Anonymous said...

this site makes my stomach churn and reminds me why I bring lunch from home... although these pictures make our school cafeteria look gourmet. Did anyone else notice the roast turkey gravy's disturbing resemblance to phlegm? Like the kind of gross green phlegm that people with full-blown head colds or tuberculosis have? ugh.
-sasha