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The Top 6 Things Cafeteria
Workers Did With the Leftover
Food When School Got Out

6> Burned it for warmth on the annual kitchen staff retreat to
Russia.

5> Put them in the boys’ locker room to help combat the smell.

4> Crammed it all in one container and put it under the
secretary’s desk in the office and then turned off the A/C.

3> It’s the new bio fuel powering the school boiler!

2> Sold it on eBay. Vintage is in.

and the Number 1 Thing Cafeteria Workers Did With the Leftover Food When School Got Out…
1> Took it to the Biology lab to find out what exactly they had
been serving.

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Credits:

Selected from 29 submissions from 10 contributors.
This week’s list authors are:

Michele Lord, Lincoln, NE — 1, 2 1st #1 – Woot!
Julie Nusbaum, Hamilton, IN — 3
Carly Simmons, Narragansett, RI — 4
Gary O. Reynolds, Lafayette, IN — 5
Brandon Eldridge, St. Louis, MO — 6
Barb McMullen, Ann Arbor, MI — Class Clown

RUNNERS UP list — Turkey Surprise

Annual Cafeteria Workers vs. Janitorial Services Food Fight
Olympics.
     (Guy Reeves, Houston, TX)

Anyone else think that the new rubberized track surface looks like
mystery meat?
     (Julie Nusbaum, Hamilton, IN)

Leftover meatballs formed into new baseballs for next season.
     (Guy Reeves, Houston, TX)
     (Trish Jensen, Reedsville, PA)

Ever wonder how the frogs for Science met their demise?
     (Gary O. Reynolds, Lafayette, IN)

Started a compost heap. In the Library.
     (Gary O. Reynolds, Lafayette, IN)

Traded it to the computer teacher for more space on the server.
     (Brandon Eldridge, St. Louis, MO)

Runners Up list name
     (Doug Frank, Crosby, TX)

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