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Famously available in any number of varieties, sizes, and degrees of freshness, the Hall Salad may be found on discarded room service trays on the hall floors of most hotels - - usually late in the evening. Common ingredients are: lettuce, tomatoes, cigarette butts, onions and straw wrappers.
Steve: "Hey baby, instead of going out for a bite, let's head up to the 3rd floor and see if we can find a Hall Salad or two."

Carol: "Steve, you cheap bastard. Last time I had a Hall Salad, I nearly gagged on a soggy piece of used Kleenex."
by bknix March 08, 2011
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