I rush to eat and take a nap or get away from coworkers,
When I worked on the Hill in DC, I would change into shorts and a tube top, go out to the closest park and work on my tan.
After eatting, I would rub my belly and fart. Duh....
I have a friend that goes to a nearby county park and plays the bagpipes during his lunch hour.
We started playing Jenga after eating, then it turned into different board games and we got more players. It eventually turned into a Friday night gameboard party with beer and food (we had the huge floor to ourselves) and all the big shots had gone home, we would hole up in someone's office. Then it turned to a monthly game night with family on weekends at different places like at the beach where we would BBQ and the kids would go swimming. It was pretty cool. We would play simple stuff like Uno - I had over 30 game boards by the time we stopped (due to downsizing). That was so much fun and included all the different people from the different units/departments.
I used to go to the cemetery to eat my lunch. Then I would look at the grave sites to see at what age people died.
that is so creepyI love it
This struck a nerve with me ~ the picture of the woman playing billiards! That's exactly what I did on my lunch hour during the early-mid 1980s. I had a burning desire to be a good pool player, and so I practiced and practiced and practiced..... on lunch hours, evenings and every other spare moment. Did I get good? Oh, yeah!! I still love the game. Those lunch hours? My wonderful boss, a school superintendent, said "Please, for the love of God, don't tell anyone what you do on your lunch hour!!" I still laugh about it. Poor guy.
I usually spend my lunch hour eating. Of course, it generally doesn't take an hour to eat, so I may read also.
Some of these activities involve way longer than an hour lunch. My guess is that these folks have some very flexible schedules to do them.