Finnish school food pics thread monday edition!
Today we had literal shit with salad.
Ham casserole, shit? You ingrate double vegan niggeroid.
Mee nyt vittuun, helvetin autistijonne.
That is supposed be motherfucking cheesy ham casserole. Does that pool of shit look like ham casserole to you??? And even if it does it still tastes really fucking bad, nothing like you could get from home or restaurant etc. Yeah, its free for us but the fact that its uneatable and we have to go shop to get something eatable counters the purpouse of _free food_.
Do you know how to access or read a dictionary?
While everyone understands that institutional food is horrible. Your inability to use proper language shows that you are not using your education properly.
Literal means real or actual. If the dish is not made with fecal material? It is not literally shit.
yes it looks like a ham casserole that didn't have time cool. do you know what shit looks like? firstly, it's brown. it's also fairly homogenous in texture and doesn't have large, undigested pieces of ham and pasta in it, you ungrateful little shit.
there is absolutely nothing wrong with that meal from a visual perspective.
>being this behind the times
it's cool to use words incorrectly as long as other people do it too, and if you say it's wrong you're just being an insensitive troll who is hampering my uniqueness and creativity
>i hate it too
Sorry anon it can not work that way too often..
Certainly it is always up to society to adapt and create slang usage.
But for the most part such usage fails.
If we adapt words like stop to mean go?
People's cars will crash at intersections.
There needs to be some meaning and stability to language.
Shit does mean bad but not literally. It is the way you use them and it is important to use them in a way everyone is aware of and agrees upon.
For example "da bomb" meant "it's good" for a short time, but with the influx of terrorism it became important to be able to quickly alert and warn others to the presences of a LITERAL bomb. So the words misuse swiftly fell out of favor.
Again OP can claim his schools institutional food is shit or tastes like shit. But to say or type that it is literal shit is simply wrong and a misuse of language.
What if a worker failed to wash their hands and some fecal matter tainted or contaminated the food? How would you feel when some administrator decided the report that the food was "Literally shit" decided it was slang language and ignored the warning? People might literally die.
I am enjoying this debate hope you are too.
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Ratatouille with giant beans, veggies and salad. That casserole sucks.
Can't stand the stuff.
Much prefer my eggplant in a nice eggplant parmigiana.