Undercook the pasta, buy frozen meatballs and over-reheat those, and buy the sauce in a jar (preferably one that’s lacking any sort of flavor). When heating the sauce, pour a jar or two of water in with it. If you really want to make it bad, throw some SPAM in with your sauce to make it a meat sauce. Elementary School. I could not eat the school spaghetti. If I did eat it, I would be sent home an hour later for vomiting. When we figured it out, we started packing my lunch on spaghetti days. One day, it was spaghetti day and we hadn’t known. I ordered the secondary lunch like always when we were caught off guard. It was supposed to be leftover chicken nuggets. The other kids are the lunches while going through the line so when I grabbed one, it was just a slice of bread. I was told by the staff there was no secondary lunch and if I wanted to eat lunch, it had to be the spaghetti. I explained what would happen but no dice. An hour later, I was at the nurse, the classroom covered in vomit. To say that the school got into trouble was an understatement, and always made sure I had a secondary lunch available after that on spaghetti day. I think someone may have lost their job too but I’m not sure.
It is very unusual to bring spaghetti into a movie theater: I’ve been in movie theaters hundreds if not thousands of times, but have never known anyone to bring spaghetti inside. In fact, it is probably against the movie theater’s policy for customers to bring in outside food of any kind. I think it also serves as a good example of why our tax laws need fixing. In short, we cannot have exceptions to the law. Apply it (law, taxes) to all equally, or no one. Religions (churches) should be taxed – like and the same as everyone or everything (corporations, etc) else. Hence, let FSM be tax exempt (like Scientology). That is what I think I know (which isn’t much)… the FSM church is seeking what Christians are asking for, or already receive. I’m not positive on the claim of the church itself (its not the point, nor it is important), but my take is that it’s basis is just as likely as any others out there – Abrahamic religions included. FSM wants to be treated the same under law. In other words, it’s trying to provide an example and argument for how our laws or attempts to govern in this way are flawed. It’s a pandora’s box.