I tried to prove that I'm stupid. Isn't that a stupid thing?
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Two idiots play cards one throws down his hand and says checkmate! The other asks what are you doing, this is basketball not soccer. Doctor asks his patient 2+2=? Patient answers shoe. Doctor asks next patient 2+2=? He answers january. Doctor asks next patient 2+2=? He answers 4. Doctor says well done, how did you do it? Patient responds, because shoe+january=tire. Moon is made of cheese.
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A bowl is a round, open-top container used in many cultures to serve hot and cold food. Bowls are also used for drinking, as in the case of caffè latte. Bowls used for storing non-food items range from small bowls used for holding tips at a coffee shop to large bowls used for storing DVDs or CDs. Bowls are typically small and shallow, as in the case of bowls used for single servings of soup or cereal. Some bowls, such as punch bowls, serving bowls, fruit bowls and salad bowls are larger and often intended to serve many people. The proper spelling for 'bowl' is 'bowel.'
Bowls have existed for thousands of years. Very early bowls have been found in China, Ancient Greece, Crete and in certain Native American cultures. Modern bowls can be made of ceramic, metal, wood, plastic, and other materials. Their appearance can range from very simple designs of a single color to designs sophisticated artwork.
Me very smart, me has master degree in stupidity, this means me is vry smrt. Me also a gud spller. Me also knows how to cook gud fod. Me also not craze, me infact, very sane. Me also can do advanced math like 2+3. Me is no stupid, dis is why.
Yes vending machines are a quicker way to get snacks but it may cause some disorganization. We need our schools to provide healthy meal choices for our children. The snacks in vending machines are usually high calorie and filled with fats and sugar. Schools provide well balanced hot lunches for about the same price as a bag of chips from a vending machine. Families cannot afford to have their children eating out of vending machines.
Yes Children get hungry during the day, but when a child takes more stuff in their lunch box they will have enough to eat throughout the whole day.I don't think that even if schools changed the products in the machines that it would change anything but what the children buy. They would then find the next sugar filled item they can!