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Josh (gimmeabeer) wrote,
@ 2003-10-15 10:19:00
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    Current mood: annoyed
    Current music:Hot Rod Circuit - Get What You Get

    pointless bitching
    breakfast.

    when you hear that word, what's the first thing that comes to mind? morning, cereal, coffee...? me too! yay. so anyways, when you think "morning", that means "before noon". right? so will someone explain to me why the FUCK campus eateries and fast food joints stop serving breakfast at 1030am?! i mean, i wake up at like 800/830am most weekday mornings, but it is virtually impossible for me to get out of the door before 1030am... 1000am if i am really lucky.

    the reason i'm bitching about this is that, for the past week or so, i have had to resort to eating turkey and white american with honey mustard on a croissant for BREAKFAST. yuck! i mean, the sandwich is good. FOR LUNCH. i want coffee and muffins and pastries and fruit, not mushroom/veggie pasta, tacos and chalupas, pizza, cheeseburgers, etcetera, etcetera.

    i can picture the day they decided it: "hmm. you know what? i think we should move the dividing line for breakfast and lunch from about 1130am/noon to 1030am. that way we have more time to serve our dully-colored slop to the kids that live in the dorms and are forced to sink $3K into a meal plan rather than tasty morning food! MWAH HA HA!"

    now, i know that someone may notice that it is, technically, still breakfasttime as i am writing this. but, anyone from northern knows that it takes about 30 minutes to switch between meal periods at the cafeterias. and that they start about 45 minutes early. so really, breakfast ends at quarter-to ten.

    grr.

    well kiddies, i'm off for my daily dose of heartburn and nausea!



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