Students Fed Cold Sandwiches to Punish Them for Hot Lunch Disses

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You dare to diminish the deliciousness of our chicken fried steak? Malign our macaroni and cheese? Call our ravioli revolting?

No hot lunch for you!

Students at Camp Curtin School in Harrisburg, Pa., were forced to dine on cold sandwiches last week to punish them for dissing the cafeteria's hot meals and not cleaning up after themselves, the Patriot-News reports.

"We created the opportunity where we could show them what the bare minimum would be," a school administrator who asked to remain nameless tells the Pennsylvania newspaper.

Of course, fruits and veggies were still included to create a balanced meal, according to the Patriot-News, and, this week, hot lunch is back on the menu.

If the move led the students to clear their plates, we know what's on tonight's menu: cold turkey subs.

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