From a stomach-churning McDonald’s to a can of shandy, teachers are sharing the worst packed lunches they’ve ever seen.
ONE OF THE LAST THINGS WE DO BEFORE GOING TO BED EVERY NIGHT IS PACKING OUR KIDS’ PACKED LUNCHES, so let’s just say they’re not going to win any awards for ingenuity.
However, if you’ve ever felt bad about bringing your child to school with the same cheese sandwich and chips every day, these teachers are going to make you feel a lot better.
Teachers on Facebook have been sharing some of the worst packed lunches they’ve ever seen, from an old McDonald’s order to a can of shandy.
According to the Mirror, one instructor expressed worry after seeing an elementary school youngster drinking from a can of Red Bull.
When his mother was questioned about it, she stated that she merely placed it in there because he appeared weary.
“He’d had a late night on his Xbox and seemed like he needed a pick-me-up,” the teacher was told.
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Furthermore, according to a Birmingham instructor, a pupil was served an outdated McDonald’s Happy Meal for lunch.
When they expressed their concerns, the student’s grandmother explained that the student had not requested it for supper the night before and that she didn’t want it to “go to waste.”
Meanwhile, a Manchester teacher claims that her eight-year-old student stole a soft drink from the fridge before going to school.
It wasn’t until midday that the teachers realized it was truly a Dark Fruits cider.
Another teacher in Halifax, West Yorkshire, was taken aback when they discovered a student eating a pork pie and a shandy since “that was all that was in the fridge.”
A Leeds-based teacher shared their heartbreak when a kid was given a pack of ginger biscuits for lunch because their mother was “too fatigued” to go grocery shopping.
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