Friday, May 13, 2011

School lunch. It’s not just for kids anymore.

or :
  1. Jonathan, is that you?
  2. Those with discerning appetites choose… School Lunch.
  3. Once again, proving you are what you eat.


Mustang Sally said...

LMAO ... Jonathan is that you?

Gulls are GREAT subjects for photographic comedy with captions. I have a few myself.

Karen S. said...

Well you know they believe in the clean-plate theory don't you?! Waste not want not...and they will eat anything!!! I'm betting the plastic bowl with fruit (?) will be his/her next tasty treat! Great post on school lunches Max! ;)

The English Teacher said...

Hey, Jonathan! It's me, Fletcher!

Great shot.

Once, on the island of Iona off the coast of Scotland, I was eating a sandwich (tuna), and a *&^^ seagull dive bombed me and ripped half of it out of my hand. (That sandwich wasn't any better than school lunch.)

Alexia said...

I really like this pic, Max - the balance appeals to me, and rusty rails - perfect!

I often walk my dog around the school grounds in the early evening. We have very large grounds which include a horticulture/agriculture unit (kiwifruit and apple orchards, small beef farm) as well as the actual campus, 3 rugby fields plus soccer and hockey pitches, netball, tennis and archery courts, etc etc. It takes FOREVER, as said pooch has to investigate every left-over container, sandwich crust, wrapping paper that he finds. He doesn't actually need dogfood when we get home!

Max said...

Mustang - Wish I could take credit for that one, but one of my coworkers sent that back to me. I know a lot of people don't like seagulls, but I like taking pictures of them, and we have a lot here in land-locked Utah.
Karen - Thanks. Oddly enough, that was the only one that was around having lunch. You would think with the mess those kids left there would be a bunch. Ah well, at least s/he was well fed.
Writer - I've never had one dive bomb me, but I have had wasps go kamikaze at my forehead. And I was only 8 at the time.
Alexia - Sounds like a nice campus, with some extras that allow the students to get a little more than just the 3 Rs. I had thought about cropping out the rusty railings, but now I'm glad I didn't.

The English Teacher said...

Wow, Alexia. That sounds like quite a campus!