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(The Scottish Sun)   Mom feeds her 13-month-old daughter chicken curry and other assorted spicy dog and cat foods, doesn't understand why the Internets want to call social services on her   (thescottishsun.co.uk) divider line
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594 clicks; posted to Food » on 23 Nov 2020 at 2:11 PM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-11-23 1:50:15 PM  
I'll have what the kid is having.. people are idiots.
 
2020-11-23 1:58:39 PM  
Another said: "What in the dog cat food."

I've been trying to come up with a funny comment in reference to this statement, but the statement on its own is funnier than anything I could imagine.

About a decade ago I was getting ready for work and Robin Meade was on HLN and she was astonished that a woman gave Indian food to her 8 year-old.  "Who gives Indian food to an 8 year-old?!  That's crazy!"

I'm guessing that a lot of 8 year-olds in India eat Indian food.
 
2020-11-23 2:02:03 PM  
Rapmaster2000:
I'm guessing that a lot of 8 year-olds in India eat Indian food.

LOL. Basically the same reaction when my wife or kids say something like "We just had Mexican food last night!"

Yeah, how do you think Mexicans feel?

/all the foods all the time
 
2020-11-23 2:11:02 PM  
While this mum was praised for 'realistic' lunchbox with no veg & packaged snacks

This is our most desperate hour. Help me, Giant Meteor. You're my only hope.
 
2020-11-23 2:15:20 PM  
It would have been a totally different response if she had used instagram effects on the food. People are dumb.
 
2020-11-23 2:27:32 PM  
The photography is not good.

That being said, what do these internet yahoos think kids ate before the invention of Gerber canned baby food?
 
2020-11-23 2:37:59 PM  
Those pics are most unappetizing, but I don't see the problem with the food. I'm not a parent, but I doubt there's anything wrong with giving a 1 year old child meat or curry. If the kid eats it, that is. But why wouldn't the child eat it? Curry is wonderful! Butter chicken for all the kids!
 
2020-11-23 2:42:08 PM  
I don't understand why the internet is trying to get her kids taken away either.  Maybe Subby can explain it to the rest of us why food is no longer considered food since they're the ones who labeled her as a dumbass.
 
2020-11-23 3:01:29 PM  
Remarkably enough, if you don't want adults who only eat chicken tenders, you better start by not feeding kids chicken tenders all the time.
 
2020-11-23 3:01:40 PM  

Rapmaster2000: Another said: "What in the dog cat food."

I've been trying to come up with a funny comment in reference to this statement, but the statement on its own is funnier than anything I could imagine.

About a decade ago I was getting ready for work and Robin Meade was on HLN and she was astonished that a woman gave Indian food to her 8 year-old.  "Who gives Indian food to an 8 year-old?!  That's crazy!"

I'm guessing that a lot of 8 year-olds in India eat Indian food.


My 3 and 5 year old have Indian food fairly regularly, because there are a lot of Indian slow cooker recipes that are dead simple to make and taste great.  Now, we make them way low on spices and add masala or whatever to the adult portions, but even so.

Hell one of our eldest's earliest foods was snatching naan and curry from my wife when he was like 7 months old.  He wasn't a fan of the curry at the time, but loved (and still does love) the naan.  Young kids should eat what you eat (with appropriate choking hazard, and truly risky food protection, of course).

As far as the pet food comments go, Indian food should look like dog vomit in my experience.  If it doesn't it probably isn't going to taste like what you want.

...And now I want some curry.
 
2020-11-23 3:05:03 PM  
If everyone who posts on social media gets trolled, pretty soon nobody will post anything on social media.

...

Please proceed.
 
2020-11-23 3:19:26 PM  

NkThrasher: Rapmaster2000: Another said: "What in the dog cat food."

I've been trying to come up with a funny comment in reference to this statement, but the statement on its own is funnier than anything I could imagine.

About a decade ago I was getting ready for work and Robin Meade was on HLN and she was astonished that a woman gave Indian food to her 8 year-old.  "Who gives Indian food to an 8 year-old?!  That's crazy!"

I'm guessing that a lot of 8 year-olds in India eat Indian food.

My 3 and 5 year old have Indian food fairly regularly, because there are a lot of Indian slow cooker recipes that are dead simple to make and taste great.  Now, we make them way low on spices and add masala or whatever to the adult portions, but even so.

Hell one of our eldest's earliest foods was snatching naan and curry from my wife when he was like 7 months old.  He wasn't a fan of the curry at the time, but loved (and still does love) the naan.  Young kids should eat what you eat (with appropriate choking hazard, and truly risky food protection, of course).

As far as the pet food comments go, Indian food should look like dog vomit in my experience.  If it doesn't it probably isn't going to taste like what you want.

...And now I want some curry.


My kids were the same.  We thought baby food was a waste of money, so we would chop or puree whatever we ate that night.  Now, they'll eat about anything you put in front of them. I'm pretty proud they have such eclectic tastes.  They'll try anything once.  If they go back for seconds, then you know you have a hit.
 
2020-11-23 3:23:38 PM  

NkThrasher: Rapmaster2000: Another said: "What in the dog cat food."

I've been trying to come up with a funny comment in reference to this statement, but the statement on its own is funnier than anything I could imagine.

About a decade ago I was getting ready for work and Robin Meade was on HLN and she was astonished that a woman gave Indian food to her 8 year-old.  "Who gives Indian food to an 8 year-old?!  That's crazy!"

I'm guessing that a lot of 8 year-olds in India eat Indian food.

My 3 and 5 year old have Indian food fairly regularly, because there are a lot of Indian slow cooker recipes that are dead simple to make and taste great.  Now, we make them way low on spices and add masala or whatever to the adult portions, but even so.

Hell one of our eldest's earliest foods was snatching naan and curry from my wife when he was like 7 months old.  He wasn't a fan of the curry at the time, but loved (and still does love) the naan.  Young kids should eat what you eat (with appropriate choking hazard, and truly risky food protection, of course).

As far as the pet food comments go, Indian food should look like dog vomit in my experience.  If it doesn't it probably isn't going to taste like what you want.

...And now I want some curry.


Yes please,

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I love a good hell broth.
 
2020-11-23 3:35:58 PM  
Well, now I know why dogs lick their testicles...
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... it's to take away the taste of their food.

/Pretty sure the actual reason is because they can.
 
2020-11-23 3:40:49 PM  

Evil Mackerel: NkThrasher: Rapmaster2000: Another said: "What in the dog cat food."

I've been trying to come up with a funny comment in reference to this statement, but the statement on its own is funnier than anything I could imagine.

About a decade ago I was getting ready for work and Robin Meade was on HLN and she was astonished that a woman gave Indian food to her 8 year-old.  "Who gives Indian food to an 8 year-old?!  That's crazy!"

I'm guessing that a lot of 8 year-olds in India eat Indian food.

My 3 and 5 year old have Indian food fairly regularly, because there are a lot of Indian slow cooker recipes that are dead simple to make and taste great.  Now, we make them way low on spices and add masala or whatever to the adult portions, but even so.

Hell one of our eldest's earliest foods was snatching naan and curry from my wife when he was like 7 months old.  He wasn't a fan of the curry at the time, but loved (and still does love) the naan.  Young kids should eat what you eat (with appropriate choking hazard, and truly risky food protection, of course).

As far as the pet food comments go, Indian food should look like dog vomit in my experience.  If it doesn't it probably isn't going to taste like what you want.

...And now I want some curry.

Yes please,

[Fark user image 850x695]

I love a good hell broth.


OH MY NOM.  I wanted to go to the Korean place today for spicy seafood stew, but they're closed on Mondays because of course they are.
 
2020-11-23 3:44:04 PM  

Evil Mackerel: NkThrasher: Rapmaster2000:

As far as the pet food comments go, Indian food should look like dog vomit in my experience.  If it doesn't it probably isn't going to taste like what you want.

...And now I want some curry.

Yes please,

[Fark user image 850x695]

I love a good hell broth.


See?  That looks delicious.  It also looks like something a dog would puke up.  I'd eat the shiat out of that.
 
2020-11-23 3:45:46 PM  

Evil Mackerel: NkThrasher: Rapmaster2000: Another said: "What in the dog cat food."

I've been trying to come up with a funny comment in reference to this statement, but the statement on its own is funnier than anything I could imagine.

About a decade ago I was getting ready for work and Robin Meade was on HLN and she was astonished that a woman gave Indian food to her 8 year-old.  "Who gives Indian food to an 8 year-old?!  That's crazy!"

I'm guessing that a lot of 8 year-olds in India eat Indian food.

My 3 and 5 year old have Indian food fairly regularly, because there are a lot of Indian slow cooker recipes that are dead simple to make and taste great.  Now, we make them way low on spices and add masala or whatever to the adult portions, but even so.

Hell one of our eldest's earliest foods was snatching naan and curry from my wife when he was like 7 months old.  He wasn't a fan of the curry at the time, but loved (and still does love) the naan.  Young kids should eat what you eat (with appropriate choking hazard, and truly risky food protection, of course).

As far as the pet food comments go, Indian food should look like dog vomit in my experience.  If it doesn't it probably isn't going to taste like what you want.

...And now I want some curry.

Yes please,

[Fark user image 850x695]

I love a good hell broth.


...roly poly fish heads...
 
2020-11-23 4:30:44 PM  
I'm not saying there's anything wrong with what she's feeding her kid, mainly because I can't recognize any of the foods shown in the article.  I will say she has a knack either for making the most unappetizing food possible or photographing it badly.   I don't think I could consistently make food that repulsive if it were in the mission statement.
 
2020-11-23 7:46:55 PM  
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2020-11-23 10:40:37 PM  
I made worst
 
2020-11-24 2:46:20 PM  
Racist coontclots on social media. Who knew?
 
2020-11-24 4:07:24 PM  

drjekel_mrhyde: I made worst


Liver, seasonings, and a blender. Not too hard.
 
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