When the Bullis cafeteria offered the “breakfast for lunch” meal for the first time last year, the students and staff welcomed it with open arms. Kids loved the unique idea and appreciated the tasty food. The one minor flaw with the meal, some students have said, is that it brings sheer chaos to the typically calm lunchroom.
“When I saw that line, I could only stop and stare speechless,” Hansan explained.
That however, was only the least of Hansan’s problems, who has been attending Bullis for six years now, and claims he has never seen a line longer than Friday’s.
Before he took another step forward, Hansan was “trampled by about twenty students.”
Bewildered by only the first two minutes of lunch, Hansan gathered himself and approached the monster that was the lunch line. Recalling his experience line, the memory that sticks out for Hansan is seeing a freshman on the ground after suffering a leg cramp from waiting in line for more than ten minutes.
“I remember [the freshman] telling his friend waiting in line, ‘I’m not gonna make it, go on without me!’ I just hope he’s all right,” says Hansan.
The day was not too bad after all for Hansan. After finally getting to the front of the line, he had food on his plate, he shook off the hits, and happily enjoyed his delicious meal.