30 School Lunches from Around the World [Pics]

Submitted by: ballaerina 8 years ago in Weird
http://interestingemailforwards.blogspot.com/2009/05/school-lunch-from-around-world.html

Some of these look good. Some of them... not so much.
There are 129 comments:
Female 88
... alot of that had some fish thing sitting on the plate... i like fillets, but not awhole fish sitting on my friggin plate... get what im sayin?
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Female 76
Mhmmm... I`m jealous. Shizz, all my school serves is a stale "grilled" cheese sandwich, chocolate milk...ugh., some over-cooked block pizzas, nachos but no cheese, floppy burger, 3 tater tots, a spoiled banana, or a slushie. All our school luches are something you basically over-cook from Kid Cuisine but lower quality. D: Mhmmm.... cardboard flavored chicken nuggets.
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Male 381
BEKLL, how do you actually eat one? can you just bite into the whole thing? i love artihokes but neevr had the pleasure of taking one like that not in a salad.
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Female 1,984
"how do you eat an artichoke..? "
"for real haha. If someone gave me an artichoke for lunch I`d toss it at them."

What`s wrong with you two? My family just had artichokes for dinner. It`s delicious, extremely healthy, and very easy to eat. The best part is the heart of the artichoke! Yum.

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Female 408
and I usually didn`t eat lunch at school.
where is Malawi?
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Female 1,604
lol good point Gorgack.
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Male 4,680
In other news the whole world has been compressed into four countries. From now on, "around the world" will refer to these four.
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Male 1,361
ham sammich+water,
thats me...damn packed lunch...

In my school its chips, everywhere...chips...
also chicken curry with rice.
But the panninis are delish, lots of stuffs
Thats Northern Ireland to be precise...

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Female 20
japans looks the best and peolpe wonder why i don`t eat school food
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Male 2,510
apparently the whole world is the usa, china and korea.
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Female 10
why did i even look at that....
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Female 88
USA!!! how much chocolate milk do you need??
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Male 3,425
Aaaaw, I was expecting loads of different countries from around the world, but all it was was about 2/3s USA, and about 1/3 Japan and Korea.
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Male 277
dude i wana go to france i love artichokes and drating cheesecake dude thats awsome
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Male 756
"But then, when your school is catered by Sodexho, what can you expect?"

HAHA, same crap from Sodexho is Sweden too? My college had them and the food was perhaps a small step above prison food. Disgusting.

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Male 901
It could be worth to notice that at least in Sweden (and probably some of the other countries shown as well), the food is also free of charge.
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Male 756
American school food is so unhealthy because the crappy stuff is CHEAP. The bureaucracy in the US school system pushes unbelievable amounts of cash into ridiculous projects and nothing into nutrition, health and hiring better teachers (tenure is BS).

My state tax dollars, for example, are going to build state of the art schools/palaces in gang-infested urban areas where about 30% of kids graduate high school...not because they don`t have the educational resources (they have more taxpayer money than God), but because the kids just don`t care, and their parents don`t either because they didn`t graduate themselves and had kids at 18. Screwed up priorities are the problem.

And the only reason that American Universities are some of the best in the world (in contrast to US public schools), is because they are mostly privately funded. And the private schools tend to have better food too.


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Male 137
"how do you eat an artichoke..? "

for real haha. If someone gave me an artichoke for lunch I`d toss it at them.

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Female 1,199
American school lunches are the least appetizing ones, how sad. :/
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Male 341
They should have taken a picture of the typical lunch they serve at my high school:

Greasy pizza/hamburger, milk, bag of chips, and a random fruit.

All for the delightful price of $2.25

Thank the lord that my mother still makes lunch for me.

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Male 96
Well, it`s official, everyone. I`m moving to Japan and going to school there. GOD THE LUNCH LOOKS GOOD COMPARED TO AMERICAN SCHOOL LUNCHES.

I love seafood, rice and noodles, damn it! Now I reaaallllyyy want something oriental...Someone please tell me there is somewhere in Michigan to get something legitimatly Japanese.

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Male 374
i always knew that americas school lunches sucked compared to the rest of the world. now its been proven.
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Male 669
thats makin me hungry
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Male 153
@ tangello

Unbelievable... all these "EWWW A WHOLE FISH EWW IT`S SO GROSS" people should really get over it. Fish is good for you *plus* delicious.

Oh and I hope you`re in *france*, cause you wrote in *french* and all sorts of weird imagery come into mind.

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Male 1,204
"That and their healthcare beats the crap out of American privatized healthcare"

HAH. the attitude in korea is
"don`t go to the doctor until something is broken/breathing has stopped"

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Male 330
surprisingly interesting.
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Male 12,138
vv "yeah seriously, a whole barely dead fish and some rice.... f**k that"

Mate, you`re doing it wrong. The Japanese eat that sh*t every day and the average life expectancy over there is 237.

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Male 1,386
at first i thought the artichoke was a pinecone... >_>
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Female 609
i`ll take the USA one with the orange, milk, baguette, green beans and spaghetti, pllllease :)
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Male 2,788
"and some noodle stuff"

LOL

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Male 363
how do you eat an artichoke..? and high school lunches taste terrific. theres so much variety. i normally get a cheesrburger which is suprisingly warm toasty and moist, or tuna sandwiches for the healthy side of me
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Female 850
We get good-ish food.
We always have a variety anyway...
its normally good.
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Female 1,398
The only thing I eat at my school is the quesadillas and nachos; everything else is more than a dollar and I`m cheap.
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Male 1,685
I was gonna comment on how un-healthy some of that food is....

but I am currently devouring a package of Oreo cookies, so I`ll just keep my mouth shut for now.

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Female 265
At any of my schools we didn`t have a lunch program. In high school though, we have a cafeteria that sold stuff. You could get a quarter of a roast chicken, fries and coleslaw for 4 bucks : ) They always had delicious food that was cooked by the cooking class. Our chef cooked for the queen when she visited here too.
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Male 1,240
I can safely say, from years of experience, that the Swedish lunch is waaay a-typical. Most schools don`t get that kind of food. That looks positively Edible, unlike the swill they gave us. We got Airplane food the last few months of high school, and it was a huge step up.

But then, when your school is catered by Sodexho, what can you expect?

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Male 166
"and the ones with the fish.. wtf.. lol"

yeah seriously, a whole barely dead fish and some rice.... f**k that

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Male 50
All those looked better than the ones I have to have. And even though some of the ones at least from the U.S. may look somewhat edible and not that bad, they usually taste a lot worse than they look from my experience.
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Female 45
in the classic napolean dynamite USA lunch, i couldnt really tell the difference between the tater tots and the chicken nuggets...
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Female 901
the USA ones all look so gross and bland! except two.
and the ones with the fish.. wtf.. lol
i`m in french, and i read that they eat "Steak-frits" (steak n fries, probably spelled it wrong lol) and i`m think no way.. that`s kind of odd since in the US it`s kinda expensive lol but they really do! HAHAA
( i know, i`m weird)
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Female 204
not really from around the world, most of them were from USA
interesting though
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Male 1,853
Dear god, I hate our school`s food. The only thing tolerable was the grilled cheese, spaghetti, and the tacos. That`s probably only because all they had to do was heat some cheese or boil pasta. All the other days I`d get the catered stuff like Pizza Hut.
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Female 77
Hm, these all look better than the lunches at my school. Well, most. My school has a wide variety to choose from, but I never said they were tasty. =/
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Male 189
@sproksrule:
what the hell kind of preppy tightwad school do u go to that has that crap?
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Male 189
how was there no mention of he greatest lunch food known to man, school mashed potatoes and gravy?
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Female 650
I used to go to a semi-private hispanic school and everyday we had small little mexican ladies, usually the students grandparents, make us the most delicious mexican lunches.
Now, I go to public school. And our food is straight up nasty.
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Male 2,125
High-school was fried chicken, mashed potatoes, milk, and maybe salad. Had pizzas some days and Mexican or Asian dishes on Fridays. It was nice =)
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Male 111
Oh how I miss my carpet pizza
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Male 9,305
A lot of you are getting angry...over food.

Angry...at food.

If you don`t calm down, you`ll start to be like this:

OMFG BANANA! I HATE YOU! BARFAGAHALABALBLA!

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Male 292
omg I remember milk in a bag! that shiz was awesome! good times...
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Male 353
i was shocked by the tater tot`s lunch, chicken nuggets and milk?! WTF, you can`t be serious!
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Male 15,510
Japan...


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Female 4,028
I never really bought lunch at school (except for a few times in elementary school), but let me tell you, some of those were loads better than the quality of food we could get.
We had milk in a bag! You had to stab it with a straw and hope it didn`t go all over the place.
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Female 1,142
Highschool I went to: Hamburger, french fries, slice of pizza, two cookies, a brownie, cheetos, and a Mountain Dew. :|

I never bought lunch there (except maybe pizza in ninth grade), but man...
I think Michigan must have some of the best (worst) cafeterias. I`ve seen everything from slurpee machines to make-your-own sundaes...

All that aside, the Korean dishes look delicious. :3

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Male 296
``I like how American food isn`t even healthy compared to most countries. Probably why they live longer``

That and their healthcare beats the crap out of American privatized healthcare

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Female 360
I agree with Concetra. I was hoping to see more lunches from "around the world", not lunches from a couple states over.
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Female 241
none of that looked good.
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Female 168
I like how American food isn`t even healthy compared to most countries. Probably why they live longer.
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Male 10,440
That was pleasant. I`d take it all except for the tofu soup and that fish thing.
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Male 3,842
"Too bad french fries aren`t actually french at all."

Indeed, I think they originated in Belgium.

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Male 3,842
What was the point of this? Most of these looked like they would be good, but not great, as school lunches should be. Some of the Chinese ones look very similar to what we get on Chinese food day. Sure, a lot of the USA ones looked like cheap crap, but our schools don`t have a whole lot of money for gourmet food (as it appears they have in Korea, which looked really good!) - the only one that didn`t look very good was the one from India, and a commenter explained that wasn`t a school lunch at all, rather, something a truck driver would eat on the go.
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Male 2,049
Around the world? More like lunches from Asian countries and the United States.
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Male 126
sporks rule what kinda school do you go to the lunches i saw looked alot better than the ones i used to get...
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Female 271
Wtf is it with everyone going nuts about history........

It`s just a link with different lunches ffs

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Male 9,305
Japanese lunches rule. (But I`d rather omit the fried fish, not for my tastes...)
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Male 12,138
I thought the American lunches looked OK, and reasonably healthy... but damn you guys like your chocolate milk!

Japan`s was the awesomest though - there`s a Japanese kid who goes to my daughter`s playschool and her mum makes her a full-on goddam Bento Box every day. It looks delicious - I pay 20 Euros for that sh*t when I go to a Japanese restaurant!

Am I going to hell if I steal a 3-year old Japanese kid`s lunch some day soon?

p.s. I`ll look for it Crakr, but no promises - the upcoming feed is pretty well full up until 6PM PST earliest...

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Male 17,511
"crakrjack - go find some quick dday facts and submit it to fancylad so we can start a new thread, id love to talk about american history and the likes."

Done, We`ll see if it`s chosen.

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Male 137
Crakrjak, I am a firm believer that the attacks on Pearl Harbor never happened. They were an intricate hoax set in motion by Michael Bay so that 50 years later he could direct the film that would lobotomize half of America, leaving us open to a two-pronged assault from Canada and Mexico, who are tired of taking poo from us about illegal immigration and poutine.

Luckily for us, nobody saw Pearl Harbor, leaving Bay`s plans unfinished...

for now....

2012: The War for Souls APPROACHES!

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Female 102
Ew, the American lunches look the worst. I`m so glad for my school... it`s nearly a fight in the lunch lines every hani and panini day. The food looks way better than the other America ones. Ew.
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Male 137
All of the Korean ones look really good. And wtf France, you really like your french fries!

That Chinese school lunch is actually supposed to feed an entire classroom, btw.

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Female 3,726
Wow, reading all the comments...we are waaaaay off topic.

I think what most of the Europeans were saying is the fact of the difference in the foods and how American`s eat vs. other nations. It was an eye opener when I first moved over here is how they eat. For Bfast, you are not eating eggs, sausage, waffles and all that kind of poo but you normally have bread and some lunch meat and maybe a piece of cheese. Lunch is the biggest meal and is usually shared with the family. Kids come home for lunch. That is a way to save money and use that money for a better quality education. And then you have a lighter dinner. I really don`t understand how this post turned into an argument. We are all different and that`s okay!

But I am much healthier since living in Korea and Europe...more so than when I was younger...but hey...let`s take a breather and move on! :-)

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Male 3,755
At schools I`ve been around the kids get like 3 choices for lunch. A regular lunch, a vegetarian lunch, and salad. Plus, the snack bar where they get whatever they want.
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Male 549
crakrjack - go find some quick dday facts and submit it to fancylad so we can start a new thread, id love to talk about american history and the likes.

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Male 614
All of these are a lot better than the lunch they serve at my school.
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Female 470
...more like 15 from US and 10 from Japan...
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Male 17,511
We should have a D-day thread for this discussion, I`m asking politely.
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Female 895
the first meal by Sweden and China looked digestible..
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Male 17,511
Most Americans wanted to help Britain and France before 1941, But FDR took a half-hearted neutral stance. A lot of men joined the military, My grandfather included, Before 1941. My grandfather was in the Army Air Force in Hawaii on Dec. 7th 1941, He seen men burned alive in their airplanes still on the ground. There is no doubt that day motivated every American to produce a force so overwhelming it could not be stopped. And there is no doubt that force won WWII.
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Male 150
Wow... Compared to other countries, our school lunches suck.
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Male 161
"America was dragged into WWII kicking and screaming after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Prior to that,America didn`t want to get involved."

That`s actually pretty wrong.

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Male 1,254
I knew I was pushing it by continuing on with the WWII conversation, but I can`t help it, I love that time period so.

And definitely Maddog, it was one of the few times that an allied partnership in war worked out well. It is unfortunate that some people fail to see how important the partnership was.

Off topic again, whats so pathetic about discussing WWII pirate? Sure it diverged from school lunches, but there is nothing to classify a short discussion on the implications of WWII involvement as pathetic. I would hope that the internet could be used for similar discussion, despite whether it is on topic or not.

If teh internets is supposed to be serious business, I`ll try my damndest to be as serious as possible, no matter what the scenario.

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Male 549
ipirate - if you didn`t notice this is an internet forum where topics are batted around quickly back and forth. i don`t think your comment on being pathetic is justified, i think clearing my countries name is patriotic not pathetic.

anyways back to foodstuffs..

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Male 418
Did you guys really manage to get into a debate about world war 2 from school lunches? That is just sad. Like this right here is a bench mark for how pathetic you guys really are.
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Male 145
saw this a week ago on digg.
It looks like other countries have more cultural food than the US does.
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Female 143
Yep, most of those unappetizing school lunches were at my school. But when i went to university, those were the healthiest and most delicious meals ever- better than most restaurants.
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Male 3,369
Oh I`m not disputing that we would all possibly speaking German if it wasnt for America in WW2 Dakkar. Thats not my point! I just resent it when some Americans claim "they saved the day" when America couldnt have done it alone anymore than we could. It was joint effort and phrasing it in such a way is disrespectfull to all those who gave their lives for our freedom.

Anyway..enough off topic conversation! Back to the food..and I`m hungry!

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Male 62
Ah I see there is a discussion on WWII. Well Maddog is right, aside from the fact that we were "dragged kicking and screaming". But sweeping up those Nazi f*cks would have been a no go without Europe. Never would have happened. I will however say that if we decided not to go to war we eventually would have been invaded by Germany and th so called "Third Reich" (as if). Oh and the lunch at my school is way sh*ttier than anything on those lucky f*ckers plates.
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Male 1,254
Still, as I said, Britain sacrificed the most out of any of the Western Allies (Russia obviously was the most overall). If Britain didn`t hold up during the Luftwaffe attacks it may not of mattered if America entered the war.

I think some Americans believe wrongly that Britain was waiting to be saved. Which is not entirely true, they were fighting well on their own. However, with Lend-Lease and America`s eventual involvement, I`m confident that the war ended quite earlier and with fewer Allied casualties then if America remained completely isolated.

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Male 1,254
I won`t discount the tenacity of Europeans before American`s entrance into WWII Maddog; the fact the Britain held out after the Battle of Britain is an amazing feat. But it is hard to argue America`s impact on the war, even before its military involvement.

FDR knew America would have to be involved in the war at some point. He frequently met with Churchill on this matter an in the summer of 1941 they drafted the Atlantic Charter. I won`t post the details of it. Plus America became the "Warehouse of the Allies" with its Lend-Lease policy, which one British politician claimed was America`s most selfless act. Those supplies alone saved countless British, European, and Russian lives.

Finally, when America finally did enter the war, Hitler`s two fronts became much harder to manage. He had to turn his attention away from the Eastern front to stem the steady stream of Americans. This undoubtedly helped towards the German debacle at Stalingrad.

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Female 9,572
Why couldn`t my school lunch be like that?
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Female 1,148
For being the fattest country, the USA seems to have the smallest school lunches..
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Male 3,369


Oh I just love the ignorance you ooze oceanbeast.

America didnt save Europe from the Germans. You didnt jump in to save the day. America was dragged into WWII kicking and screaming after Japan bombed Pearl Harbour. Prior to that, America didnt want to get involved. You didnt save Europe, you joined us!Which is something I`ll be forever gratefull for but if you gonna try to be clever at least be factual instead of dishonering all the Europeans who stood up to fight the nazi`s before America did!

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Male 17,511
WTH, Dammit I know I submitted this last week. Grrrr
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Female 165
im going to send in pictures of OUR school lunch, ull be terrified. I swear one of the things moved once
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Male 415
Most look pretty good to be honest. And as for the one who says it`s not economical to provide totally `healthy` lunches, Jamie Oliver proved otherwise in the UK. It can be done against a reasonable price.

Problem was that the students weren`t all that keen on it.

And mussels and fries are indeed a typically Belgian dish, we eat the most mussels in the entire world. As long as there`s mayonaise for the (Belgian) french fries.

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Male 2,332
"Because buying a low fat meal is easy, moving your ass is a bit harder."

I concur.

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Male 2,552
Oh. I was hungry before. I like unhealthy foods and asian foods. Iam starvning now.
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Male 1,254
I`ll throw a comment on too about the American lunches. Its funny to see people saying "No wonder American kids are fat." As others have said, learn your history.

Not too long ago, kids meals would have been exactly the same. Hell, until the early 1900s a common breakfast, lunch and dinner would have a massive hunk of meat, gravy, and a mound starch. Kids weren`t obese back then. Do you think 1990 rolled around and every school said, hey lets start frying the food and slathering everything in butter. Its always been that way.

Think for a moment and a more appropriate culprit for childhood obesity is a sedentary lifestyle. Blame the schools for not doing enough to get gets active. Blame the parents for the same. Demand that kids must play dodgeball in elementary school and have them scurry up the vertical ropes.

Its easy to blame the food. Its a lot harder to blame the lifestyle. Why? Because buying a low fat meal is easy, moving your ass is a bit harder.

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Female 67
My school lunch in high school was pretty good, actually.
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Male 1,254
The last one must be from some school close to where I used to live. Gallikers was the local dairy...deserves to burn to the ground.

You know, I never thought school lunches were too bad. Now I could probably eat a few, the others would take effort.

Its my dream to send my kids to a school where they can order medium rare steaks and legs of lamb.

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Female 1,436
oceanbeast: I bow down to you, my american friend!

Everyone, stop bashing America. Learn your history prior to doing so. Also, personally - I eat very healthy for an American. I am a quasi-veg (only chicken), I only have wheat products, no fried foods and such. A lot of americans are like that. Stop assuming things because it makes you sound ignorant. Also, the US is number NINE in obesity. Please, educate yourselves.

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Female 15,763
Okay, so I`m not exactly the most patriotic person in the world... but dammit, guys. Is it STILL cool to hate America? Isn`t that getting old by now? Does it feel good to make fun of an entire nation knowing that you`r eon the internet adn thus have no real harm coming to you no matter what you say? We have problems, like every country, and we`re TRYING to deal with it, like every country. Of course our health is important to us; of course our people are important to us. There is not a single school that I know of that isn`t in debt and isn`t suffering from a severe budget cut. Our administrators are trying to do all they can with very little. Schools used to have fresh made and fresh cooked foods here. That`s not financially possible anymore. Berating another country is not cool, not fun, and getting seriously, really f*cking old.

Think about that next time you need a scapegoat.

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Male 2,199
i would eat all of em, at least once... i love exploring new food... also, i didnt know you could eat an artichoke plain...

TATER TOTS AND CHICKEN FTW!

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Male 549
p.s. i like chocolate milk, and the little biscuit with the chicken patty, that`s some good eating right there.

and i have 2 college degrees continuing school own my own buisness and happily married, so i really don`t think the "crappy" lunch affected me, in fact im drating very grateful that i had a meal for lunch daily cuz if you didn`t know that`s all some kids eat all day. and there is a giant movement to improve school lunches but i think the school systems do a pretty good job with the lousy amounts of money that finally make it down to the actual schools

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Male 549
man im boiling inside right now. if we downsized the armed forces maybe we could provide every child in the US an organic gourmet meal, which im in favor of. but the world has a certain dependence on us for military peace keeping, so guess what we have to sacrifice some school lunches so that possibly all of europe feels safer, ungrateful bastard.
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Male 549
lemme tell you euro fudge packers what you can do with your lunch. shove it far up your drating ass so when the next world war comes around old fat stupid America has to come save you from the Germans... AGAIN. ever think that it isn`t economically feasible to provide better food? by the way America is the world super power so i think that in itself speaks volumes about its people. TALK poo GET SPLIT BITCH.
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Male 2,332
Too bad french fries aren`t actually french at all.
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Male 707
no offence but, whats wrong with america? i mean, you dont have to deep fry everything.. this isnt a healthy lunch to give to the children.
they are making your kids fat and stupid and youre fine with it??
(yeah, you get stupid by eating a poolunch, you dont get the vitamins and such to give you enough energy to pay attention)

I allways make my own lunch packets; 4 slices of nice and healthy bread, green apples and a banana.
thats the norwegian way;)

beats deepfried mammoth covered in cheese and sauce with fries on the side.

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Female 108
one of the US ones freaked me out!
I was like, "Ah what the hell is that black stuff?!"
then I realized it was just soda. fail.
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Female 1,269
ew...
im gonna go eat real food now....
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Female 271
I would eat all of them haha.
Though some of them (mainly US ones) don`t look very nutritious.
I would totally enjoy the France one with mussels, artichoke, yogurt, chips, lemon tart, bread and grapefruit.
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Female 305
tater tots and chicken nuggets ftw!
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Female 393
that last lunch is pizza. used to get that at my elementary school. apparently, it was fake cheese... disgusting.
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Male 1,598
French lunch with french fries... I knew it.
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Female 77
Most of that stuff looked pretty nasty!
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Female 190
The "world" seemed more like about 5 countries...
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Male 1,204
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Ahhhh...not Korea, it`s probably Kakogie or howver you spell it...DON`T EAT IT!!! Mandoo sucks poo too! DON`T EAT IT!"

mandoo are just dumplings...
actually, the korean dishes looked like pretty authentic korean dishes to me. cept they looked sorta nasty, but what would you expect out of a school lunch

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Male 1,204
USA`s idea of "healthy eating" = the less we give them, the less fat they`ll get.

And the korean green stuff was spinach, and the milk was actually yogurot, dairy based but mostly just a sugary drink.

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Male 127
Those French People Sure Like Their French Fries
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Male 586
lol all the USA stuff is nasty! no wonder we`re sooo fat.
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Male 2,619
LOL @ USA`s healthy offering. That chicken looked riddled with cholesterol. It turned the plastic tray see-through
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Male 1,666
Man, tofu soup looked nasty.
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Female 386
More like USA and Asia

Dude deriously, we dont get enough food EVER. Tey give us two cheesesticks and think we should make light of that...
here is a thin slice of turkey, enjoy it with your little scoop of mash potatoes.

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Male 1,523
All the USA lunches look like crap compared to the other countries...
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Female 3,726
Ahhhh...not Korea, it`s probably Kakogie or howver you spell it...DON`T EAT IT!!! Mandoo sucks poo too! DON`T EAT IT!

The only good thing for the US was the organic plate; but that chicken looked gross.

Thanks IAB...just lost my appetite.

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Male 1,226
some of them actually looked good. I doubt they taste good though, school lunches never do.
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Male 383
is it just me of do all of the american ones look gross, and so do all of the ones with meat/milk hmm....
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Female 1,436
Wow, culture differences ftw!

Oddly enough. . . I am now hungry. . . .

SCHOOL LUNCH - AISLE 3 TO USFEMOGIRL!

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Female 590
Link: 30 School Lunches from Around the World [Pics] [Rate Link] - Some of these look good. Some of them... not so much.
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