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The food at OU looks delicious…

12:17 PM EST on December 3, 2015

*** Warning: Do not read this if you're about to eat breakfast, lunch, dinner or fourth meal. ***

Yesterday, the OU Daily reported that students at the University of Oklahoma are finding gourmet delights like mold, living insects and who knows what else inside the food served on campus. Apparently, it's all part of a cutting-edge menu designed by the University's new Executive Chef Barth. He was previously the assistant chef at the University of Wisconsin.

For example, here's a video of a cockroach that a girl found hiding underneath her chocolate cake:

In all fairness, chocolate-covered cockroaches are considered a delicacy in Stillwater. In fact, chocolate cockroach milkshakes are on the secret menu at the Sonic on S. Perkins. Body builders love them because they have a lot of protein. If you want to make it even tastier, ask them to top it with whipped cream and meal worms.

In addition to signature cockroach cake, OU also makes a nice ham sandwich:

That looks delicious! Not only does it satisfy an appetite, but it also cures minor bacterial infections. Once again, it's nice to see OU leading the way in healthcare innovation. Having all those National Merit Scholars on campus is really paying off.

After the Oklahoma Daily reported this story, David Boren released a statement demanding the Oklahoma Legislature enact a one-penny sales tax to fix the problem, and reminded students that at least the football team looks like it will make the College Football Playoff. He was also seen throwing up in the backyard.

Anyway, you can read more about this on KFOR and OU Daily. Apparently this isn't the first time OU has been caught serving living organism in its food. The school has been hit with several health code violations this year for failing to control “insects, rodents, & other pests.” Yummy.

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