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2018-05-16 12:08:07 PM  
It's the poo emoji on lunch bags that gets me. The mother insists her son loves it.

That's little boys for you, I suppose.
 
2018-05-16 01:30:15 PM  
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2018-05-16 03:37:35 PM  
That's fine, but I still prefer my Snake-Eyes lunch pail.
 
2018-05-16 03:39:36 PM  
I was happy just to get some peanut butter smeared on the back of a playing card.
 
2018-05-16 03:39:40 PM  
I know just the necklace to get her
 
2018-05-16 03:39:53 PM  
Being this is the Daily Fail, I now doubt the existence of lunch.
Also, a ham sandwich shaped like Peppa Pig is at least three types of wrong.
 
2018-05-16 03:44:30 PM  

MikeyFuccon: It's the poo emoji on lunch bags that gets me. The mother insists her son loves it.

That's little boys for you, I suppose.


"poo emoji shapes"
After the Tim Hortons thread, this just carries a different meaning.
 
2018-05-16 03:45:25 PM  
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2018-05-16 03:45:29 PM  
She has entirely too much time on her hands.
 
2018-05-16 03:47:18 PM  

MikeyFuccon: It's the poo emoji on lunch bags that gets me. The mother insists her son loves it.

That's little boys for you, I suppose.


The cut bread poo emoji is awesome.
 
2018-05-16 03:47:30 PM  

bdub77: [i.imgur.com image 796x625]

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Why does the term 'cradle to grave' jump out at me.
 
2018-05-16 03:47:45 PM  

fark_booger: She has entirely too much time on her hands.


Isn't his pretty common in Nippon?
 
2018-05-16 03:48:01 PM  
The lunches are cute but that child will be scarred for life.
 
2018-05-16 03:48:36 PM  

Subtonic: I was happy just to get some peanut butter smeared on the back of a playing card.


Oh look who had the fancy 'no carb' mom.
 
2018-05-16 03:48:57 PM  
I got a bologna sandwich in a paper bag.
 
2018-05-16 03:51:05 PM  
Did...did she wrap a hot dog with rice and nori?

Christ.
 
2018-05-16 03:52:41 PM  
In high school I took a pink plastic Barbie lunch pail, peeled off the label and applied my own...

 
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 I was an annoying little creep even then
 
2018-05-16 03:52:54 PM  
"I can't eat this crap! It doesn't even have a funny face!" -- Her son ten years from now.
 
2018-05-16 03:53:00 PM  
Did you ever notice in the world of Pokemon there are no animals to be found anywhere?  When they're eating hamburgers, what exactly are they eating?  Think about it...
 
2018-05-16 03:53:15 PM  
To help further my younger son's reading, I started enclosing notes...then jokes...then cartoons...then back to notes, because it turned out that my "Don't bring home any zombies tonight, we don't have enough spaghetti for them!" notes had become the hit of the lunchroom. XD
 
2018-05-16 03:55:41 PM  
That is a lot of food for a toddler to eat during snack time.

mama2tnt: To help further my younger son's reading, I started enclosing notes...then jokes...then cartoons...then back to notes, because it turned out that my "Don't bring home any zombies tonight, we don't have enough spaghetti for them!" notes had become the hit of the lunchroom. XD


This is adorable.
 
2018-05-16 03:56:44 PM  
Am i the only one who noticed the sushi roll built around what apppears to be Armor Sausage link?  Or possibly a cut up hot dog?
 
2018-05-16 03:57:10 PM  

mama2tnt: To help further my younger son's reading, I started enclosing notes...then jokes...then cartoons...then back to notes, because it turned out that my "Don't bring home any zombies tonight, we don't have enough spaghetti for them!" notes had become the hit of the lunchroom. XD


That's pretty cool! When I see stuff like this I can't help but think of all the chances I missed at being a cool parent.
And then I see stuff like this....
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 And think 'I'll never be this good of a parent.'
 
2018-05-16 03:58:04 PM  

Dog Welder: Did you ever notice in the world of Pokemon there are no animals to be found anywhere?  When they're eating hamburgers, what exactly are they eating?  Think about it...


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2018-05-16 03:59:21 PM  

Subtonic: I was happy just to get some peanut butter smeared on the back of a playing card.


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Luxury!
 
2018-05-16 04:01:02 PM  

Cheron: I know just the necklace to get her


Pearl?
 
2018-05-16 04:02:52 PM  

TravelingFreakshow: Did...did she wrap a hot dog with rice and nori?

Christ.


I'm pretty sure they were not low class hot dogs, but fancy little sausages imported from a fancy place like Vienna.
 
2018-05-16 04:05:46 PM  

bdub77: [i.imgur.com image 796x625]

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I normally hate watching 'Train Wreck' TV, but, when everyone is having self effacing fun knowing they are making a train wreck... it is hilarious

Those are trump cakes.

And this is actually appropriate for that episode
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2018-05-16 04:12:49 PM  
Mom really, really hoping to go viral spends hours making instagram Best mom ever makes adorable lunches for her son, including Pokemon, Angry Birds, and My Little Pony

/FTFY
 
2018-05-16 04:14:06 PM  

mama2tnt: To help further my younger son's reading, I started enclosing notes...then jokes...then cartoons...then back to notes, because it turned out that my "Don't bring home any zombies tonight, we don't have enough spaghetti for them!" notes had become the hit of the lunchroom. XD


My 9 year old daughter has great imagination, and she's been spending the last 2 years or so in a "hotel". She will occasionally come to our bedroom door and knock and introduce herself as the "girl who lives across the hall" and we play along... A year or so ago, I expanded on this game and became "Tuck-In Tom", the hotel's tuck in manager. Now, I have a character for every event. I only remember a few names and voices consistently, but if she's looking for a DVD, it might be Movie Mike that visits. Dish Dan takes stuff to the kitchen if she has dishes in her room. Robe Rory takes her robe back to the bathroom for her, etc. My wife is "Domestic Abuse Donna" because she reached over to do something one night and clocked me in the eye. Gizmo Gary handles her smart watch, opening the stupid impossible-to-open charging door... She'll pick up an old phone I gave her, punch some numbers, and say "ring, ring'... And the game begins.

The main ones have personalities.

Gary is a busy man, and kind of impatient, so although he is a nice, polite man, he doesn't waste a lot of time, he talks fast, and if you don't open your door when he knocks, he only waits a few seconds before knocking again.

Tom is the uber-professional, he'll knock three times and patiently wait. He's kind of the head of all of the hotel services, really.

Recently the hotel hired a new kid, Errand Aaron(They all have alliterative names). He will run the errands to get the dishes to Dan, the robe to Rory, and have Gary take care of the Gizmo(Bedtime was getting to be a 20 minute affair), but he's young and acts like it. He knocks erratically and doesn't wait very long before knocking again. He's easily excited, and has a higher voice. But he's a good kid and he learns quickly.

The best was Chauffeur Shane, though. The wife and daughter got a makeover day, dinner, and a movie for their Xmas this year, and when they cashed in the dinner, I went out, threw on a chauffeur hat, gloves and a bow tie, pulled the car out of the garage, and went up and knocked on the door, introduced myself and took them to the car. Once I dropped them at the door at lunch, I parked, took off the hat, tie, and gloves, and came in to eat lunch with them as myself, then reversed the whole thing and took them home as 'Shane'.

It's a lot of work being a parent, but TOTALLY worth it. :-)
 
2018-05-16 04:15:19 PM  

TravelingFreakshow: Did...did she wrap a hot dog with rice and nori?

Christ.


Yeah, do YOU want to trust that a kid will observe proper food handling guidelines between the front door and lunchtime?
 
2018-05-16 04:15:31 PM  

Harry_Seldon: fark_booger: She has entirely too much time on her hands.

Isn't his pretty common in Nippon?


(Checks the TFA) Yep, Japanese mother, so.... pretty much a standard, mundane kid's lunch?
 
2018-05-16 04:18:31 PM  
I did the same thing when I had one kid.  When the second came along, I just went with the basic lunch.  After the third kid, I just throw random things in each lunch box.  If they're hungry, they eat it
 
2018-05-16 04:50:19 PM  

Petey4335: bdub77: [i.imgur.com image 796x625]

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I normally hate watching 'Train Wreck' TV, but, when everyone is having self effacing fun knowing they are making a train wreck... it is hilarious

Those are trump cakes.

And this is actually appropriate for that episode
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It still kills me how much that middle one looked like Draco Malfoy.
 
2018-05-16 05:07:00 PM  
Not nearly as impressive as the bento box lunches from a few years ago.

For example...

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2018-05-16 05:15:39 PM  

Reyito: Am i the only one who noticed the sushi roll built around what apppears to be Armor Sausage link?  Or possibly a cut up hot dog?


considering spam sushi is a thing, a hotdog sushi roll isn't too cray-cray.
 
2018-05-16 05:17:03 PM  
 
2018-05-16 05:19:22 PM  
I love the outrage in the comments.  People are butt hurt because mom likes to be creative, and make food fun.  I'm a dad of 6yo/8yo girls, and we like making food together.

Sorry if your childhood food experience was like John Bender's... still shouldn't be hateful because someone likes their kids or enjoys having fun with them.

(and yeah, queue the "welcome to fark.jpg".... I get it.  Haters hate)
 
2018-05-16 05:34:49 PM  

boozehat: I love the outrage in the comments.  People are butt hurt because mom likes to be creative, and make food fun.  I'm a dad of 6yo/8yo girls, and we like making food together.

Sorry if your childhood food experience was like John Bender's... still shouldn't be hateful because someone likes their kids or enjoys having fun with them.

(and yeah, queue the "welcome to fark.jpg".... I get it.  Haters hate)


LOL, I just found a guy who actuallyu said THIS about a Daily Mail article:
hefalump, down south , United Kingdom, a day ago
Didn't even read the article - too tedious. Why can't children just eat and be done with it? This is simply pandering to already demanding and spoilt children.

I mean, how illiterate do you have to be to find a Daily Mail article "too tedious" to farking read?
 
2018-05-16 05:45:55 PM  

Mikey1969: boozehat: I love the outrage in the comments.  People are butt hurt because mom likes to be creative, and make food fun.  I'm a dad of 6yo/8yo girls, and we like making food together.

Sorry if your childhood food experience was like John Bender's... still shouldn't be hateful because someone likes their kids or enjoys having fun with them.

(and yeah, queue the "welcome to fark.jpg".... I get it.  Haters hate)

LOL, I just found a guy who actuallyu said THIS about a Daily Mail article:
hefalump, down south , United Kingdom, a day ago
Didn't even read the article - too tedious. Why can't children just eat and be done with it? This is simply pandering to already demanding and spoilt children.

I mean, how illiterate do you have to be to find a Daily Mail article "too tedious" to farking read?


I saw that comment too.  :)  That guy must be a blast at parties.
 
2018-05-16 05:52:25 PM  

boozehat: Mikey1969: boozehat: I love the outrage in the comments.  People are butt hurt because mom likes to be creative, and make food fun.  I'm a dad of 6yo/8yo girls, and we like making food together.

Sorry if your childhood food experience was like John Bender's... still shouldn't be hateful because someone likes their kids or enjoys having fun with them.

(and yeah, queue the "welcome to fark.jpg".... I get it.  Haters hate)

LOL, I just found a guy who actuallyu said THIS about a Daily Mail article:
hefalump, down south , United Kingdom, a day ago
Didn't even read the article - too tedious. Why can't children just eat and be done with it? This is simply pandering to already demanding and spoilt children.

I mean, how illiterate do you have to be to find a Daily Mail article "too tedious" to farking read?

I saw that comment too.  :)  That guy must be a blast at parties.


AND a shiatty parent.. None of my kids have ever realized just how tight money has been because everything is an adventure. A trip to the Scheel's sporting goods store where they have a Ferris Wheel? That was a major surprise for my daughter when I was in between jobs. She didn't need to know it only cost a dollar each. It was a Daddy/Daughter day, and we wrapped it up with a trip to Wendy for some  99 cent nuggets and a free kid's Frosty for her. This guy would probably think I was "spoiling" her. Instead, I'm making a moment of fun where I can. Same with this lady, she's not "spoiling  her son, she's giving him something he will remember forever, and that costs her nothing more than a normal lunch.
 
2018-05-16 06:31:32 PM  

Harry_Seldon: fark_booger: She has entirely too much time on her hands.

Isn't his pretty common in Nippon?


Yup and it is apparently very competitive.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/pe​o​ple-and-culture/food/the-plate/2016/01​/28/is-there-a-dark-side-to-those-ador​able-bento-boxes/
 
2018-05-16 06:33:11 PM  

Mikey1969: mama2tnt: To help further my younger son's reading, I started enclosing notes...then jokes...then cartoons...then back to notes, because it turned out that my "Don't bring home any zombies tonight, we don't have enough spaghetti for them!" notes had become the hit of the lunchroom. XD

My 9 year old daughter has great imagination, and she's been spending the last 2 years or so in a "hotel". She will occasionally come to our bedroom door and knock and introduce herself as the "girl who lives across the hall" and we play along... A year or so ago, I expanded on this game and became "Tuck-In Tom", the hotel's tuck in manager. Now, I have a character for every event. I only remember a few names and voices consistently, but if she's looking for a DVD, it might be Movie Mike that visits. Dish Dan takes stuff to the kitchen if she has dishes in her room. Robe Rory takes her robe back to the bathroom for her, etc. My wife is "Domestic Abuse Donna" because she reached over to do something one night and clocked me in the eye. Gizmo Gary handles her smart watch, opening the stupid impossible-to-open charging door... She'll pick up an old phone I gave her, punch some numbers, and say "ring, ring'... And the game begins.

The main ones have personalities.

Gary is a busy man, and kind of impatient, so although he is a nice, polite man, he doesn't waste a lot of time, he talks fast, and if you don't open your door when he knocks, he only waits a few seconds before knocking again.

Tom is the uber-professional, he'll knock three times and patiently wait. He's kind of the head of all of the hotel services, really.

Recently the hotel hired a new kid, Errand Aaron(They all have alliterative names). He will run the errands to get the dishes to Dan, the robe to Rory, and have Gary take care of the Gizmo(Bedtime was getting to be a 20 minute affair), but he's young and acts like it. He knocks erratically and doesn't wait very long before knocking again. He's easily excited, and has a h ...


You. You are cool.

/salute
 
2018-05-16 09:12:33 PM  

Carousel Beast: Mikey1969: mama2tnt: To help further my younger son's reading, I started enclosing notes...then jokes...then cartoons...then back to notes, because it turned out that my "Don't bring home any zombies tonight, we don't have enough spaghetti for them!" notes had become the hit of the lunchroom. XD

My 9 year old daughter has great imagination, and she's been spending the last 2 years or so in a "hotel". She will occasionally come to our bedroom door and knock and introduce herself as the "girl who lives across the hall" and we play along... A year or so ago, I expanded on this game and became "Tuck-In Tom", the hotel's tuck in manager. Now, I have a character for every event. I only remember a few names and voices consistently, but if she's looking for a DVD, it might be Movie Mike that visits. Dish Dan takes stuff to the kitchen if she has dishes in her room. Robe Rory takes her robe back to the bathroom for her, etc. My wife is "Domestic Abuse Donna" because she reached over to do something one night and clocked me in the eye. Gizmo Gary handles her smart watch, opening the stupid impossible-to-open charging door... She'll pick up an old phone I gave her, punch some numbers, and say "ring, ring'... And the game begins.

The main ones have personalities.

Gary is a busy man, and kind of impatient, so although he is a nice, polite man, he doesn't waste a lot of time, he talks fast, and if you don't open your door when he knocks, he only waits a few seconds before knocking again.

Tom is the uber-professional, he'll knock three times and patiently wait. He's kind of the head of all of the hotel services, really.

Recently the hotel hired a new kid, Errand Aaron(They all have alliterative names). He will run the errands to get the dishes to Dan, the robe to Rory, and have Gary take care of the Gizmo(Bedtime was getting to be a 20 minute affair), but he's young and acts like it. He knocks erratically and doesn't wait very long before knocking again. He's easily excited, ...


Thanks... We're afraid she's gonna be out of high school and still expecting the whole game. :-)
 
2018-05-16 09:30:27 PM  

uncleacid: I got a bologna sandwich in a paper bag.


I got a rock.
 
2018-05-17 12:07:28 AM  

Dangerous_sociopath: mama2tnt: To help further my younger son's reading, I started enclosing notes...then jokes...then cartoons...then back to notes, because it turned out that my "Don't bring home any zombies tonight, we don't have enough spaghetti for them!" notes had become the hit of the lunchroom. XD

That's pretty cool! When I see stuff like this I can't help but think of all the chances I missed at being a cool parent.
And then I see stuff like this....
[img.fark.net image 450x678]

 And think 'I'll never be this good of a parent.'


That. Is. *AWESOME*

I loved Voltron!
 
2018-05-17 03:04:36 PM  
I saw this mom on a travel show a few weeks ago.  I thought her creations were fantastic, then I showed my wife thinking, hint, hint.  Yeah, we both work full time jobs and have about 30 minutes in the morning to get all ourselves ready, fed, lunches packed and out the door.  You can imagine what her reaction was.
 
2018-05-17 10:58:13 PM  
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