Reader, you asked for it.
I wear a little hair net, flimsey and brown,
I wear it to keep my hair from falling down.
No one will tell me I look good
But you'll never find my hair in your food!
Observe some of Green Girl's common postures when shel wears her hair net:
Bent forward, Green Girl is posed to scoop or ladle a single serving of fruit and/or vegetables onto the lunch tray of the next student in line.
"No! I only want to eat my grilled cheese and a brownie!"
Making full eye contact, Green Girl gives the student her "Serious Mother Stare" and says, "It's the rules. You have to fill 3 of 5 spots on your tray and you have to eat your fruit and veg. It's what keeps you healthy. All you've got there is grilled cheese and chocolate milk, kid. That isn't going to cut it on my watch."
"Fine. I'll have 2 orange slices."
Looking up, chin slightly raised, she softens her expression and injects a friendly tone in her voice.
"There you go! That's better. Now, would you prefer carrot sticks, peas or watermelon?"
They don't call her the Produce Enforcer for nothin', people. She's got a rep as one of the tougher nuts in the lunch line, but that's only because she's standing at the end of the line. The entree server never gets grief like the vegetable/fruit server, but Green Girl can handle it. She knows a little French and she's got a black belt.