Heroic Mississippi State Student Cooks Lunch With A George Foreman Grill While Seated IN THE FIRST ROW Of Class


You may think you don’t give a damn. And you may not. But chances are you aren’t as obvious about it as this Mississippi State student.

How else do you explain toting a George Foreman Grill to a lecture, plugging it in and cooking your lunch literally six feet from a lecturing professor?

I mean, here’s a guy serious about grilling and not so serious about his participation grade.

As heroic and apathetic an effort as this is, one mustn’t forget about the teacher here. He’s probably seen it all during his career.

Ten years ago he would have lost his mind if one of his students decided to turn his classroom into a redneck concession stand. But now … now that pension is just a few sweet years away from kicking in. All he has to do is keep his head down and plow through the smell of bacon, no matter how distracting it may be.

If anything, this is a challenge to other schools around the nation to see just how ridiculous they can make their next lecture. Perhaps the addition of a waffle iron or crockpot would spice things up. And maybe a Fathead of Clay Matthews if you hate dining alone.

It’s time to push the envelope. Or at least heat it to crispy perfection.

[H/T: Total Frat Move]