Breaking News: local woman wounded while trying to make school snack!

April 21, 2014
Breaking News.
A local woman tried to get creative for the school dinner. Parents were expected to bring all kinds of great culinary treats to the school table. Unfortunately this local woman wasn't very good at 'cooking stuff', as she explained.
Officials are looking into the matter.
Are parents expected to do too much?
The unfortunate woman certainly thinks so.

8 comments

  1. I think certain schools really have very high expectations on the capabilities of parents.. thanks for the laughs this Monday.

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  2. Holy cow! I laughed so hard I snorted. Since when did the schools decide that we are all Martha Freaking Stewart? I mean really, if it doesn't involve drive thru count me out.

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  3. Haha! I finally broke down and did the school lunch thing--it was just too much, having 6 kids going to school, 2 little ones at home, dad's work taking him everywhere but here, and my failing health--they seem to have survived so far! But yeah, there seems to be a lot expected of us mothers from the education system once our kids are in school!

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  4. Our school does not allow anything from home. Instead we get to be creative at the grocery store. It is easier in time but not in money.

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  5. Haha. That's so funny. My son's school doesn't mind what he brings for lunch. But during Christmas parties they have a pot luck and give out food assignments. Good thing it were just sandwiches and chicken nuggets.

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  6. That might have been me!

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  7. In our schools you can only take store bought snacks to school. I hated when they went that way, but it probably prevents this type of thing. Too funny!

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  8. Yikes! That is too funny. I like her "cooking stuff" comment. Well, she didn't poison the kids ;)

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