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April 28th, 2014, 8:24 pm

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Tree-huggers. Gotta love 'em.
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Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, April 28th, 2014, 8:29 pm

This is probably my favorite part of this chapter's exchange. Kyle just makes me laugh every time I read it. And Crim just captured it perfectly. <3
Also Robert eating that potato chip. I'm just like. Wow. It's really cute. And I'm not sure why. But I love it.
>v>"

Sorry it's late, I literally just got home. ^^"
(Also APPARENTLY OTHER WRITERS REALLY LIKE MY WORK I WAS SO SURPRISED
LIKE I WAS DOING A READING AND I FINISHED THE 2ND OF 3 PIECES AND THEY JUST CLAPPED UPROARIOUSLY
IT FEELS REALLY STRANGE ;;;;
Like I'm flattered but I'm also really freaking out because I didn't know people would actually like it ahhhhh)

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Reply lunabob, April 29th, 2014, 5:22 am

It's 3 am or I would write more, but congratulations ^^, and I have to agree that potato chip panel is absolutely adorable.

Reply Quadrant, April 29th, 2014, 7:43 am

Styrofoam lunch trays? O_O

Well, I learn something new about these two. Robert has tips to offer on use of improvised weapons in school and Kyle cares about the environment.

We use styrofoam (or polystyrene as it is actually called by its none trademarked name). The lunch trays (like these but not those specific ones: http://biomasspackagingstore.com/images/products/detail/357tl161.jpg) were made out of actual plastic, washed and reused, until we reached Sixth Form then we were trusted with actual plates, probably because it was smaller and less hectic than a food hall and whatnot. We used smaller polystyrene trays for drinks and more individual items like a tray of chips.

I can't imagine a full lunch tray being made out of polystyrene though. Partly because they're crap to dispose off and also because they're so brittle and easy to break. Anyone could just snap it apart.

Now cups are being replaced with either waxed paper or thin plastic cups, which burn your hand unless you hold it very specifically.

I mostly had packed lunch like these two though, until Sixth Form when I got paid money a week and could start affording my own stuff properly. Xmas dinners were crap though.

That crisp panel looks cute as well. XD

Reply Tessabel, April 29th, 2014, 11:46 pm

he's quite the nerd/nature-lover isn't he xD?

Reply UnicornLove (Guest), June 9th, 2014, 10:56 pm

Dat chip panel doe Cx At least they have legit trays, my school just gives us a sloppily assembled flimsy cardboard box. Robert's expertise in weaponry is unsuspecting & hilarious. Cx

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