It is not a common thing to have a full-blown cafeteria at any schools in my country. Or would you call a bunch of food stalls in one place a cafeteria? Throughout kindergarten to high school, I was not privileged enough to enjoy what is called a canteen. I am not complaining because I do not like the atmosphere of it one bit.
During my exchange program, I finally got to experience a school life with a cafeteria offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I called that place a popular kid hangout because eating all by yourself in a crowded and noisy place is surely fun. Watching people gathering with their circle enjoying their meal while you are sitting alone like a sore loser is my kind of cafeteria.
Absolutely correct. Mainly the definition is inspired by movies. Although sadly enough, that was my true experience. I am not good at making friends, needless to say keeping them around is impossible. I do not know how to be a friend and that is the struggle I am dealing with.
Another reason I do not enjoy the canteen is the food. It was okay, but not the best. Sometimes I feel like the food is not worth the money because they give you too little for how much you paid for. It was never the best just a decent meal. I’d like to assume it is not the worst out there for what my school offered. Here is an example:
(I think that looks alright.) Perhaps that was the best lunch that day among the other. LOL
Anyway, my exchange program has ended when you are reading this. I am already back in my home country when this post is published.
Home Sweet Peperroni Home! xx
Oh, by the way, Happy New Year Eve! ❤
Location: Solbridge Cafeteria 2nd floor, Dong-gu – Samseong-dong