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(Sun News Network)   It's all fun and games until the lunch lady finally snaps   (sunnewsnetwork.ca) divider line 6
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2012-12-09 11:37:35 AM
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2012-12-09 09:03:26 AM
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2012-12-09 09:42:04 AM
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Good for her! F'n little animals...
2012-12-09 02:32:09 PM
1 votes:
Flying saucers? I still say it's a streetlight.
2012-12-09 09:58:29 AM
1 votes:

PacManDreaming: Hey, wait a minute! WTH is the lunch lady snapping and smacking kids? The kids are the ones who should be snapping and smacking lunch ladies. You're lucky I'm not a student there, lunch lady, otherwise I'd smack you with my hockey stick for all the times your colleagues served us flying saucers*


*Flying saucers are a slice of warmed bologna with an ice cream scoop of instant mashed potatoes placed in the center and topped with watery, runny cheese-flavored sauce. This was actually considered a nutritious lunch back in the late '70s and early '80s and was served with a straight face.


That sounds pretty good. I think I'm going to get some bologna.
2012-12-09 09:48:31 AM
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Hey, wait a minute! WTH is the lunch lady snapping and smacking kids? The kids are the ones who should be snapping and smacking lunch ladies. You're lucky I'm not a student there, lunch lady, otherwise I'd smack you with my hockey stick for all the times your colleagues served us flying saucers*


*Flying saucers are a slice of warmed bologna with an ice cream scoop of instant mashed potatoes placed in the center and topped with watery, runny cheese-flavored sauce. This was actually considered a nutritious lunch back in the late '70s and early '80s and was served with a straight face.
 
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