Updated:PLUM, Pa. —
A Plum High School student is on a mission to get classmates to bring their lunches to school instead of buying them in the cafeteria.
Sean Doyle put his message on the Internet, and it has quickly become one of the most popular Twitter trends.
Doyle said he doesn’t like the food or the prices at the cafeteria.
"We eat it every day. I know it's hard for me to explain to you how disgusting it may be or how bad it is, but look how many high school kids are mad about it. We're trending number two in Pittsburgh. It's not good food, and we want some better food," Doyle said.
The Plum School District has not commented on the situation.
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