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"I come here to eat my lunch and think about the simpler things of life. Like capitalization and debit balance."
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'Care to join me? I'm making lunch.'
'Hang on Bert, I think I've located my sandwiches!'
"I love our lunches out there, but I always get the feeling that we're being watched."
'Sure it's a nuisance to run home for every meal, but it's either that or the Chinese-restaurant syndrome.'
Sign on door of gardening company: Digging up some lunch.
Sign on Secret Service door: Could be out to lunch.
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'I love our lunches out here, but I always get the feeling that we're being watched.'
'First you feel shock, then anger, and finally remorse. It's the three stages of grief when buying the tuna sandwich.'
Ivan's lunch hour would be an extended one.
It's a working lunch, we're lunching, you're working.
Media Studies Center - Out for a Feeding Frenzy.
Avoid foods with strong smells and aromas that will travel throughout the office.
Guy sitting on bank pulling fishing rod out of water with sign from fish attached to hook: Out to Lunch.
'Nah...I had seafood for lunch.'
Special power lunch, $4.50: 'Boloney sandwich.'
'Give your Mom a week, she'll get the hang of lunches again.'
One man says to another 'Let's do lunch sometime.'
Sign on photographic business: Back in a flash.
'Have they got a business man's lunch on there?'
'This may take awhile -- I'll have to go back to the shop for lunch.'
"Hi Mike, how's the Leprosy research going?"
Harold eats lunch like he plays golf.
"The bologna is locally sourced from the convenience store down the street."