POP QUIZ: Is the disgusting brown lump on the top left a glazed scone or a wet piece of raw chicken? https://t.co/htC5GDHAR1
— Andy Campbell (@AndyBCampbell) October 28, 2019
Pretty sure it’s a glazed scone — the kind of dessert offered to a ‘picky eater’ if they finish alllll their vegetables… or at least the tomatoes, and most of the stuffed pepper…
— Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) October 28, 2019
I think that’s a fried egg, atop the disemboweled pepper? In which case, presumably the stuffing is vegetarian?
Chances Trump ate this, I’d bet, are somewhere between ‘nope’ and ‘now *I’ll* tell one’. To be fair, I wouldn’t be enticed by those wrinkly old cherry tomatoes & hardened egg, myself…
This is what you give a 5-year-old, who won't eat vegetables, so it seems perfect for the toddler-in-chief.
— jjmplsmn?? (@jjmplsmn) October 28, 2019
I am guessing many a sprog, whose parents frequent the Twitters, will now be served this this week. And they will love it. !! pic.twitter.com/mlWGE6CDzJ
— Michelle Kosinski (@MichLKosinski) October 28, 2019
Also meal-related (but much more laudable!):
Our students shouldn’t have to worry about where they’ll get their next meal. Under my public school plan, we’ll cancel student breakfast and lunch debt and provide free and nutritious school meals so our kids can succeed in school. https://t.co/2XyOpVErde
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) October 28, 2019
Those of you who grew up eating in school cafeterias, insert your own jokes below.