- A young dad took to Twitter to share a picture of the lunchbox he prepared for his bundle of joy
- The contents of the lunch box contained a questionable amount of sweets and unhealthy treats
- Twitter users quickly shared their thoughts in the comments section
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A young dad recently took to Twitter with what we can only hope is a joke. @uSiya took to the app with pictures of the lunch box he had supposedly packed for his little child. While the gesture was sweet it looked unhealthy enough to result in instant tooth decay.
In the two blue lunch boxes, one could see an assortment of candy products. A Twinkie, some jelly snakes, stick sweets, and chocolate eclairs. While the lunch is certainly any kid and some adults' dreams - it certainly is a nightmare for teeth and little tummies that tend to ache when too many sugary treats get consumed.
Twitter users who had similar concerns, quickly took to the comments section of the post to share their thoughts. Many of them wondered how the child's poor teacher would have to deal with the sugar rush that was sure to follow that "lunch."
Read their comments below.
"that's exactly what it is, while we out here responsible and packing healthy lunches."
"My bundle of joy would finish it before she enters at the creche or school gate."
"A moment of silence for the teacher that has to deal with your bundle after "lunch""
Briefly.co.za also reported, Sofie King, a mother from the UK, lives in a squeezed one bedroom house but she always desired to give her little boy a room of his own. Like any good mum, the lady went above and beyond to create a breathtaking space for her 19-month-old little one.
The mother converted her tiny cupboard into a colourful, Toy Story themed bedroom that accommodated her young boy. She opened up to members of Facebook group DIY On A Budget UK about how she ensured she did not break bank during the whole process.
The mother of one said she used R2 652 for the whole process. Sofie, whose house is extremely tiny, took off the door from her cupboard and recreated the space into a room filled with toys and fitted with a bed at the bottom.
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