As of the random title (shown above) you may have guessed that we are talking about mouthwash. We are not. We are talking about a common problem striking our generation at late. The fatal siege of wrath taking over the entire system of children ages 6-to-18. This common but hazardous problem I speak of? School lunches.
They're greasy, they're unhealthy, they're expensive, they're bland. They're slimy, they're spitty, they come from a microwave, and they're infilling. I've done research on this, believe me. I've asked three children (Kaylyn, age seven, Felicia, age nine, and Zach [Ozzy Zach], age twelve [happy birthday, Ozzy! Phew!] [that was confetti sounds]) Kaylyn says that school lunches are "yucky". Felicia told me this crucial bit of information: "School lunches are gross. They taste like old garbage". Ozzy Zach told me "they're gross" and I didn't ask many other people. Some people just ask me a million questions (hint:Zach) or whine at me (hint:still Zach) or sing at me (sometimes Ozzy, but he didn't do that this particular time) or talk at me in an annoying Italian accent (hint: Yuri) and, okay, you get the point. So, yeah, school lunches are wrong. Go, Jamie Oliver! (he's the guy from food revaluation)