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Old 08-25-2013, 07:07 PM   #21
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Old Mr. Boston lemon-flavored gin. Left a horrible taste in my mouth all day.



Twenty years later, they came out with something just as bad:

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Rice pudding. I'm scarred for life by memories of school rice pudding. I went to a primary school (5-9) which had no kitchens. The food was delivered from another school in long aluminium trays, and was always too cold before it ever got to us. The rice pudding was congealed, and looked disturbingly like someone's body fluids as seen in various movies on VEF, or like wall-paper paste. We were issued with a blob of cheap red strawberry jam to accompany this, and the custom among the children was to stir it in, making the result seem even more like medical waste.

The school had some bizarre throwover from WW2 going on. If you did not eat every last little bit of the food on your plate (and you weren't allowed to say you didn't like cabbage, carrots or whatever) then you could not leave the dining hall and play in the fresh air. I spent many dismal lunch hours staring mutinously at an inedible plate of rice pudding until the bell rang for afternoon classes. But if the alternative had been a bullet in the head, I'd have taken the bullet; that's how much I loathed school rice pudding. It's been 40 years, and I've never touched rice pudding. I never shall.
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Once at a family party, an uncle came up to me and offered me a drink. I asked for a shot of tequila and a slice of lime. He came back with a glass of something that looked like polluted ocean water. He said there weren't any limes so he gave me the shot in a glass of Slice soda. Slice is one of the worst sodas ever made. It tastes like Mountain Dew after it's passed through the system. Man, it was bad. Fortunately I have a strong constitution, otherwise it might have put me off tequila for good.
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Rice pudding. I'm scarred for life by memories of school rice pudding. I went to a primary school (5-9) which had no kitchens. The food was delivered from another school in long aluminium trays, and was always too cold before it ever got to us. The rice pudding was congealed, and looked disturbingly like someone's body fluids as seen in various movies on VEF, or like wall-paper paste. We were issued with a blob of cheap red strawberry jam to accompany this, and the custom among the children was to stir it in, making the result seem even more like medical waste.

The school had some bizarre throwover from WW2 going on. If you did not eat every last little bit of the food on your plate (and you weren't allowed to say you didn't like cabbage, carrots or whatever) then you could not leave the dining hall and play in the fresh air. I spent many dismal lunch hours staring mutinously at an inedible plate of rice pudding until the bell rang for afternoon classes. But if the alternative had been a bullet in the head, I'd have taken the bullet; that's how much I loathed school rice pudding. It's been 40 years, and I've never touched rice pudding. I never shall.
I remember school dinners as well. The most revolting, inedible and puke inducing was stewed prunes and custard. It looked like floating turds in a plate of sick. Stewed prunes are the only thing I will not eat today.
Does any members of VEF from other countries regarding school dinners have similar experiences? Members from Italy need not answer. Their dinners by all account's are good.
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Rice pudding. I'm scarred for life by memories of school rice pudding.
I'll see you and raise you schools sago pudding, now there was a delight
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A very bad pint of beer. I only managed two sips before I had to complain. The replacement was only slightly better.
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If any of you met me in person, you would know that I am nobody's definition of a picky eater. That said here's a few:

1. Calf's liver --disgusting. I can't eat it. Duck, goose, chicken, no problem.

2. tripe --either pork or beef. I'm not eating stomach.

3. vegemite --Marmite is okay. Vegemite is where I draw the line.

4. testicles --don't care where they're from. This is one food I have never tried. Those who have told me it's not great. I'll leave the mountain oysters to the others.

5. Haggis --never had it, not really sure people eat the stuff. Maybe somebody can shed a light on this.

Otherwise, I'm typically down for anything. I like a few things mentioned in other's list. i.e. brussel sprouts.
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Does any members of VEF from other countries regarding school dinners have similar experiences?
france.

Do you mean, teachers or fatty / old women who obliges you to eat the disgusting school's food ? And finally you get almost traumatized for the life ?

If yes, then yes. Like Scoundrel, I did not dare to taste or eat it ever again. Even if people said it can be very well done if it's goodly cooked. Tongue's cow, it's nop.

And as Scoud', I got the same punishment. You do not end your plate or did not eat enough of it ? Ok, you are obliged to wait while the others are playing outside. WORSE, it comes a moment when the kids (the primary school, the first year's school kid, dunno how you name it in english) come... and you've to eat with them.

Is it our freaking fault if they dunno cooking ? Or if they don't know how to chose the right food to give us ?
Seriously, it is not difficult to eat healhty and cheap huh... oh and with a good taste also. It's crazy how good they are to waste their meal. For example : the starter, like eggs. Only few people doesn't like eggs ! It's good, eggs. Even without mayo, hard boiled eggs is fine. But no, they'll oblige you to eat them with a fuckin' stincky disgusting red / orange sauce that you don't know the origin of (and I still don't know !).

When what they serve us look like thugs, or elephant's penis, or something not pretty at all, and that they literally forces us to eat it, then there is a problem.
When you do force someone to do something he or she doesn't want, it can have consequences... For teachers, who are supposed to be people who did some studies, then not deeply idiot, they should know that forcing is not logic nor wise... I mean, there are limits !


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4. testicles --don't care where they're from. This is one food I have never tried. Those who have told me it's not great.
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From going on exercise with varying foreign types I have been fed,

Donkey cock sausage - a piece of round tripe stuffed with bits of square tripe served in a sauce made from the excrement of a pig with an upset stomach.

Grits - Bad enough enslaving chaps but then forcing them to eat Grits was just bad manners.

Horse milk - Don't care if it was a National Dish it was still awful.

Pickled Herring - Even the Dutchmen who were eating it said it was awful.

However the worst taste ever in my mouth was that of wounded pride when my girlfriend of seven years dumped me for a bisexual merchant navy officer who had refused to serve on the ships going to the Falklands because it was dangerous. She could at least have chosen a man.
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5. Haggis --never had it, not really sure people eat the stuff. Maybe somebody can shed a light on this.
Best to wait until the start of January shooting season and then make sure you only get a Mature one as the young are offal.

Best cooked with tatties and neeps and served to friends with a large glass of whisky or three.

A wee song and a fist fight later helps the digestion.

Make sure you have a good cook to prepare your meal. This is most important. Your cook should make sure it leaves your body like a good wholesome hot curry. You do not want it to pass up the same way it went down.

One final tip. It might be a good idea if you arrange for the following day off work. Saves having to decide how to use up your ONE phone call.
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