When you were growing up and you ate your school lunch of disgusting gristle-filled burgers and rubbery pizza and creamed chipped beef, did you ever think that one day there might be a school somewhere where the lunches were too good? Well, such is the case in the magical socialist paradise of Sweden. (You didn't think it was going to be in the U.S., did you? Ha. School lunches were bad when we were young, and now that there are 46 kids to one classroom reading 14-year-old textbooks, we can only imagine what's happened to LUNCH.) Annica Eriksson, the head cook at a school in central Sweden, has received an order from the municipality to decrease the quality of her cooking.