My Life as a Hematology/Oncology Travel Nurse
After Vinda-loo, are you Vindi-cated?;-)
"If you should find yourself in a university cafeteria around lunchtime, do yourself a favor and DON'T EAT."FIFYWe used to time-check the food. For instance, we'd put a big thumb print on a slab of jello, to see how long it stayed out for consumption.(On the actual slab itself, yes.)The record was five days, the average was three.After that, the cafeteria became merely a library study hall with coffee.Actual eating food was acquired elsewhere.
Peter, I'm VINDICTIVE. I feel like I should stand at the cafeteria entrance wearing a sandwich board (hah!) condemning the food offered.Aesop, I shall heed your wisdom. It's cheaper (and better for me) to pack my lunches anyway.
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