Mum baffles as fans can’t tell which lunch box belongs to ‘fussy’ husband or son

A woman baffled fans when she shared photos of the packed lunches she makes for her husband and three-year-old boy.

In the snaps, the mum claimed her husband is “fussier” than their little boy who is an “eating machine”

Looking at it first glance, you might think the bigger meal was for her husband, but that’s where you’re wrong.

The three-year-old’s lunch includes a healthy mix of fruit of vegetables, as well as pizza, a sandwich, yoghurt, cheese and egg.

Meanwhile her husband has far less food with a sandwich, a couple of slices of pizza, a muesli bar, apple, crisps and yoghurt.

Posting on Facebook, the woman joked: “My husband is fussier than the three-year-old, he likes a super simple lunch.”

The woman described her husband as ‘fussier’ than their child

Members of the group were blown away by the amount of effort she puts into making the two different lunches.

Some even suggested her man should start making his own lunch if he continues to be “that fussy”.

It comes after a mum was shamed by a teacher for making a packed lunch that wasn’t enough for her daughter.

She told fellow parents she provides her daughter with leftovers, fruit, vegetables and yoghurt.

But shockingly, the mum claims she has been told to “simplify” her packed lunches as the other kids have become jealous.

Meanwhile, another mum’s healthy packed lunch was slammed as “dangerous” by parents.

After sharing a snap of the content of her little girl’s meal other parents rushed to debate the can of sweetcorn in the mix.

The tin was packed with an apple, strawberries, pretzels, Korean seaweed snacks and yoghurt – but stood out due to its packaging.

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The mum, called Tee, wrote alongside the picture: “This is lunch for the parent with limited time and energy.”

She continued: “Is it beautiful? No. Is it packaged? Yes. Is it an acceptable lunch? Yes it is.

“Brown bread sandwich, yoghurt, fruit, a tin of corn, complex carbs.”

Lots of commenters were impressed with how healthy the child’s lunch was but some just couldn’t get over the sweetcorn can.


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