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Q: Do kids at public schools get to bring their own lunches?

I've taught at several and usually see the kid eating whatever the school has which doesn't look so good. Are the kids allowed to bring their own lunches? I couldn't eat what they were serving to me....

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No why?

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That would be counter-revolutionary.

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I think they largely go to the canteen. That's from my observations anyway.

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A couple kids II teach I asked this very same question, and the response I received was no, everyone eats in the canteen and has the same shitty green pork and sloppy wet white rice with a small slice of vegetables.  When I asked if you could bring their own, they had never heard of such a thing, and never heard of anyone doing that.

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nope

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Hahahaha LMAO  thanks Ted you have made my day

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I regularly bring my lunch to school (and eat it in the empty classroom).

When I used to eat it in the cafeteria or teachers lounge, I would be criticized endlessly, by the same people, saying the same crap every day.

So, if that is my experience as a teacher, I would imagine that for a child it would be much worse.

 

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No why.

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No why ? 

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Why? Do you want to steal them?        indecision

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