Last Supper Lunchbox for Dire Economic Times
How about those layoffs? Those of you who still have jobs, do you still have lunch at restaurants or buy takeout? Magazines and various lifestyle segments on TV "news" programs are saying that to save money, people are brown bagging their lunches more these days rather than eating out. It's probably going to be a while before Obama can fix the economy. In the meantime, this Last Supper Lunchbox seems particularly appropriate. I know a lot of people who feel like every lunch break they take could be their last. "It feels like the Last Supper," a friend said. When she returned to the office, a bunch of co-workers had been laid off.
This is another lunchbox I've been eyeing for some time. It's like your lunch is dead. It's for sale at Halloween Town in Burbank.
This super hi-tech looking one from Zojirushi (you know, the rice cooker people?) is less stylin' than the other two, though probably more likely to keep your lunch at optimal temperature and prevent you from getting food poisoning.
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