Working With Brain Surgeons & Rocket Scientists

Well, it looks like it's time for another round of "What's the lunch lady doing on vacation?". The only correct answer here would be "not making lunch".

In my last post, I was wondering what mystery meat we would be serving to the dear, sweet high school kids. (GAK!) Sorry, I just choked there a little. I guess I shouldn't try to be sarcastic. Anyway, recap, kids were only getting sandwiches & milk due to food fight the week before school ended. Then, for the last day, the brain surgeons & rocket scientists got together & decided to give them...drum roll please...chopped turkey pieces with MASHED POTATOES & GRAVY! Intelligence runs amok in my school district! (grumble grumble) I was ready to don riot gear & duck & cover. Needless to say, the cafeteria was, for once, being supervised (actually being watched instead of mere presence of teachers & security). Of course, security is an oxymoron here. (I won't go into this.)

I am happy (relieved) to announce that there was NO FOOD FIGHT on the last day of lunch. Amazing? YES!

And when the bell rang for the last lunch to be over, the loud cheering & Hurrahs were heard for miles around (from the kitchen staff). The lunch lady, relieved for all of it to be over, wiped up the last counter AND RAN LIKE HELL!!!!

Babushka Blowin' In the Wind,



ettarose said...

High school kids? Oh man you have to have a sense of humor for that. Or go crazy and put a little Ex-lax in their pudding. Now that would be funny.

Collette said...

We had thought of using valium to calm them down, but since it is probably illegal to drug children (other than your own), we've decidd on the valium for ourselves! ;)

Chris@Maugeritaville said...

Mashed potatoes and gravy make for the best food fights, though. Along with meatballs and marinara.

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