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MtLaStella
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13 years, 10 months ago
When you were in elementary school and your mom would pack you lunch for school, what was your favorite combo? For me it was always a tuna fish sandwich, Ssips drink & shark fruit snacks. Ahh, those were the days!
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    Alyssa_Branen
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    13 years, 10 months ago
    A slice of pizza wrapped in tin foil, snack cake and juice.
    Hmm no wonder I gained weight lol
    :)
      mlw1984
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      13 years, 10 months ago
      A sandwich
      Chips
      Juice
      a random fruit
        13 years, 10 months ago
        I mostly had some type of sandwich with different side items (chips, drink and a snack), lunchables and I had this container where you could put hot lunch in it so sometimes it'd be some type of soup or chef boyarde stuff. It was always fun to see what you got for lunch until you were old enough to tell your mother what you wanted hehe.
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          Krayzee
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          13 years, 10 months ago
          Well, when my parents packed my lunch, I always had a sandwich, chips, and a drink. But when I got to school, the sandwich used to taste like shit because how long it was sitting out.

          So my favorite bagged/packed lunch has to be chips and a drink. :P Hahaha.
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            13 years, 10 months ago
            Krayzee
            Well, when my parents packed my lunch, I always had a sandwich, chips, and a drink. But when I got to school, the sandwich used to taste like shit because how long it was sitting out.

            So my favorite bagged/packed lunch has to be chips and a drink. :P Hahaha.


            LOL. I remember being in fourth/fifth grade and I would take sandwich's and would have this little ice box that you'd freeze in your freezer over night and it'll keep your stuff cool if they needed it.
            Those were cool.
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              Krayzee
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              13 years, 10 months ago
              I had them too. I still do. :D
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                System
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                13 years, 10 months ago
                I usually ate the school lunch. That was like Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, and Corn. Can't remember what my Parents packed.
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                  NoCode0680
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                  13 years, 10 months ago
                  I didn't like taking sandwiches, the bread always got soggy before lunch, and the cafeteria food was awful. When Lunchables came out I would take those, and if it was one of those that didn't have a drink with it I would take a Capri Sun.
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                    13 years, 10 months ago
                    Ugh, I hated lunchables. My parents used to pack the cheese and ham stackers. YUCK.
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                      NoCode0680
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                      13 years, 10 months ago
                      I didn't like the ham and cheese either, but it was better than the cafeteria food or a soggy breaded sandwhich. I forget which one it was I liked though, but I wound up with that ham and cheese more than once.
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                        13 years, 10 months ago
                        My cafeteria's food was good actually. And it was free. Until I got into High School.
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                          pjb2377
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                          13 years, 10 months ago
                          I made my own sack lunches. I loved (still do) pb&j sandwiches. For some reason I have this thing with smashing them first before I can eat it.

                          Also, pudding cup, fritos and a kool-aid juice box.

                          For dessert I would have a (Little Debbie) Nutty bar.
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                            NoCode0680
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                            13 years, 10 months ago
                            In high school we had pretty good food. We had choices, there was a standard cafeteria line that was OK. Then there was a line that was more junk food. They had pizza, burritos from Taco Bell, stuff like that. Then we also had vending machines if you wanted to go that route.
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                              lorax
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                              13 years, 10 months ago
                              bologna sandwhich, chips, carrot sticks, and a lemon lime Gatorade juice box. My mom would carve the bologna into a shape of whatever holiday it was. On all the other days, they were just happy faces
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                                13 years, 10 months ago
                                Eww. . . I remember when my school cafeteria featured those ham and cheese Lunchables one day, and five kids got food poisoning after eating them. It was disgusting.

                                I didn't really like Lunchables in general. They always seemed to include cola (something I have never liked), and having to tote along another drink seemed to defeat the purpose.

                                That being said, I remember a time when my favorite lunch revolved around what I called a "butter sandwich." In reality, it was a margarine sandwich. But I couldn't say the word "margarine" when I was little. Heh.
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                                  outfit
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                                  13 years, 10 months ago
                                  All I remember is those "pudding in a can" things. I would give my friend the pop-top with that crusty bit stuck to it...maybe scoop a little extra on top..oh, what a generous friend..
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                                    DCPuppyGirl
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                                    13 years, 10 months ago
                                    From Pre K- 4th grade, My dad would make lunches for me: He would pack Chunky Peanut Butter and Jelly, Carrot Sticks, Fig Newtons, then he would give me a milk ticket for white milk only (I wasn't allowed to drink chocolate milk) Fith grade onwards I made my own lunch instead of Fig newtons I packed Gummi Bears.


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                                      NoCode0680
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                                      13 years, 10 months ago
                                      No chocolate milk? Harsh.
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                                        ghiti
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                                        13 years, 10 months ago
                                        I didn't have a favorite lunch really. I liked turkey and mayo sandwiches cut into quarters when I was younger, then I guess PB&J. I usually had a chip or cracker, and some type of fruit product, whether it be the real thing or a fruit "snack". I didn't usually get desserts. I had juice boxes to drink but sometimes I got milk. My school's hot lunches were alright, I usually got the chicken nuggets each week, sometimes the pizza. I also liked their nachos and french toast sticks. For a couple years they had awesome pre-made salads too.

                                        A friend of mine, no joke, had nothing but fruit snacks in her lunch from at least 4th grade to 6th grade. Her mom would pack it for so, so it'd be like fruit by the foot, a fruit roll-up, and a String Thing. Maybe some sort of "dessert" type food too. And she would drink milk, I guess her mom thought that was where she would get her nutrition.
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