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what foods got you by till the end of the month when money came in?
For me these were the norm:
Pasta noodles and salt.
Peanut Butter sandwiches were a delicacy.
And because Auburn men and women believe in these things, I believe in Auburn and love it.
-George Petrie (1945)
did a lot of pbj's, also had my share of ramen noodles
Mac and Cheese.....EVERY DAMN NIGHT!!
But really I had an easy out. I worked in food service...Got free meals at al the dining halls and outlets on campus....Even Sewell!
If you cant be honest....whats the point of being anything?
As the songs says - DON'T SLOW DOWN!! Eufaula, Alabama! WDE!!!
Orange and Blue like the Auburn sky, War Eagle till the day I die.
Let there be no doubt, I am indeed a proud Pop!! War Eagle!!
Maruchan ramen packs. Also, $5 dollar Little Caesar's pizzas would last me 2-3 meals. People who worked there knew me by name lol.
My folks always bought me a meal plan at the Mag Dorm cafeteria; I guess as reward for living 4 years in that old dorm. I also went home almost every weekend and cut pulpwood for extra money. My parents did not know that we really had a good time, especially with intramurals. I had a friend down the hall who scrounged our leftover pizza crusts.
Does anyone remember Chanelo's? My first AU pizza my first lonely night was ordered "all the way" and came with these little, stinky, fishy-tasting, hairy things on it. That was my introduction to anchovies. I told myself that if all the pizzas were like that, 4 years was going to be a lonnnnng time. It was over in an instant....
Sorry, double tap on this thing.
Chanelos was my first AU pizza experience as well. I think they were $4.99.
Scottish by Blood, Southerner by Birth, War Eagle by Choice
Fearless and true.
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