A Harrisonburg, VA school system thought it was a good idea to put photos of their school lunches on their website. But what they didn’t realize is that the food they were taking pictures of was a collection of the most unappetizing piles of garbage you wouldn’t feed to a dying hamster.
And for some reason, they decided to give each dish a name (sometimes it would be an “extreme” name like “Chicken Fryz”) and put the dish’s abbreviation in the upper corner of each photo. I guess this is so you can print these out, put them in alphabetical order and reminisce about the time you once ate a CSS and lived.
This might explain the increase in heart attacks among Harrisonburg sixth graders.
It’s no coincedence that the abbreviation for this dish is “BM.”
I’m guessing you might need a little more sauce to choke down those cardboard sticks.
If you cut white bread up into rectangles and give it a European name, it’s still slices of white bread.
That potato needs some more cheese. And we need a science lab to figure out what’s in that cup next to it.
Not only do they us a Z, but they also spell “Fryz” with a Y. Food doesn’t get anymore extreme than this. (Kids love to eat extreme things, FYI.)
As you can see, the corn dog is such a complete nutritional package that it needs no sides.
This sandwich used to be called the “Ebola Chicken Sandwich.
This sandwich’s abbreviation is “MS” because this sandwich is full of Multiple Sclerosis.
If this meat was any grayer, it would be attached to my grandfather’s corpse.
I swear to God, they took a photo of a lunchbox to show you what a packed lunch looks like.
Ahh, the nuanced flavors of French cuisine.
For those of you keeping score at home, the abbreviation for spaghetti is “S.”
I don’t know what this is.
This could also be called the “Totally Burnt To A Tasteless Crisp Pizza.”
This is Thanksgiving dinner just like Mom used to make. (When she was in a coma.)