Kids Are Tweeting Shitty School Lunches With The Hashtag #ThanksMichelleObama

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Whether you care for the president of the United States or not, at some point since 2008, you’ve most likely said “Thanks, Obama” when trying to find someone to blame for a problem. It doesn’t matter if you’re saying it ironically or if you actually hate the guy–you’ve definitely said it at some point. However, when it comes to saying “Thanks, Obama,” it seems like the buck truly doesn’t stop with the president, but rather, the first lady as well.

That’s right, Mobama’s catching some flak, too, over her school lunch program initiatives. Kids are pretty pissed off about their limited menu options and rather unappetizing lunches, and since this is 2014, they’re tweeting pictures of their lunches out to the world, with the hashtag #ThanksMichelleObama.

Check out this amorphous blob that looks like sorority girl vomit, which is supposed to be Spanish rice.

This blob is apparently baked beans.

The government somehow managed to ruin chicken finger day. You heartless bastards!

If this macaroni and cheese could talk, it would say, “Please…kill me.”

What is this, a burger for ants?

Is…is that…blood?

The cheese to chip ratio is all off. You call those nachos? I call that FUCKING GARBAGE.

Did they even attempt cooking these wedges?

Hey, kids, the food isn’t great, but at least it’s pre-chewed. Less effort for you, eh? EH?

I mean, clearly there’s a case for entitlement here, considering that there are people complaining about school lunches while millions of kids all over the country starve every day. If you don’t like the school lunch, bring your own lunch. Slap some peanut butter and jelly on bread and eat like a king.

But still, this stuff is pretty damn gross. #ThanksMichelleObama, I guess?

[h/t Buzzfeed]

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