My Lunchbox Was the Coolest. Really!

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I had a Dukes of Hazzard lunchbox when I was in the 4th grade. What I had really wanted however was the Pac-Man lunchbox. Everyone that was anyone had the Pac-Man lunchbox. I began to beg my parents for my very own. Tired of hearing my pathetic pleas, my father grabs his wallet one evening and heads out of the house. He tells me that he will soon arrive with two Pac-Man lunchboxes (one for my sister as well). I began to grow excited. I was going to be the talk of the school the next day. I would finally earn the honor of being able to sit at the table with all of the "cool kids". I began to imagine how it would be to remove my sandwich from that metal box decorated with tiny Pac-Mans. 

I would assume that you probably realize by now however that my father was not successful on his mission of bringing home a Pac-Man lunchbox. My father visited no less than three stores only to find that each and every one of them was sold out of that beautiful Pac-Man lunchbox. You see, every single kid in town seemingly had the same dream of walking through those school doors with that Pac-Man lunchbox. As soon as my father realized this, he began to think about how much I enjoyed watching the Dukes of Hazzard on Friday nights so yeah, you guessed it. I got a Dukes of Hazzard lunchbox instead. A thermos decorated with Daisy, Bo, and Luke held my soup the next day. I suppose it could have been worse however. My sister walked through those doors with a Sesame Street lunchbox. Speaking of which, I wonder if she remembers that?

Oops. Hello there, my dear reader. As you have probably realized, I became a bit excited thinking about that Pac-Man lunchbox and in that excitement, I've completely strayed away from the point I wanted to make, and that point is *drum roll*.....Translation Love has a school!

Know what the best part is? You don't even need a Pac-Man lunchbox to be one of the cool kids (However if you have one you'd like to get rid of, I will gladly take it off your hands! I saw one on eBay going for $245!). 

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