Guy Makes Grilled Cheese On George Foreman Grill During Class On 4/20
Monday was 4/20, so it's perfectly natural to assume that the subject of the pictures below partook in some of the traditional activities associated with the unofficial holiday.
The reason is that you don't typically make a sandwich on a George Foreman Grill in the front row of a lecture hall unless you're in a particularly special state of mind.
A number of students at Mississippi State uploaded pictures of the incident as it unfolded on Monday.
Y'all this guy is making a sandwich with a George Foreman in class. #hailstatepic.twitter.com/4XZsxRd5rU — Britt Reynolds (@brittkelso) April 20, 2015
This guy has a George Foreman grill in class and cooking bacon with it. #HailState pic.twitter.com/4z6Eaed5Mq — Tyler S. Brain (@Tyler_Brain) April 20, 2015
My #mancandymonday goes to this guy in my class who brought the George Foreman grill for his bacon. You rock. by ka… pic.twitter.com/Eh6kij5Tcz — StatePix (@statepix) April 20, 2015
The incident, however, reportedly took place after Roman Ehrhardt was reportedly told to violate a social norm as an assignment for his communication major -- a violation that involved freshly grilled bacon.
He later posted a picture of the now-famous grill, which is apparently less non-stick than advertised.
The George Foreman that started it all #georgeforemanguy @totalfratmove @RapSheet @bustedcoverage @statepix @Daltli93 pic.twitter.com/OKKlbJW7aS — Roman Ehrhardt (@Roman_Ehr) April 21, 2015