Mom Packs Lunch For Her 5-Year-Old, Teacher Looks Inside And Immediately Calls Mom
Kristin Danley 4/14/2017
Australian mom Leesa Smith has made headlines with the jaw-dropping homemade lunch her five-year-old daughter took to school. It didn't have contraband peanuts or sweets, but rather something else quite interesting.
When school officials saw the student's lunch, they took immediate action and called mom to tell her what they'd discovered...
After the whole incident, Leesa shared her "EPIC lunchbox fail" with the Elaine page on Facebook, which included multiple crying smiley faces. But come on, how bad could it really have been?
Well, let's just say that it makes total sense that teachers were not very happy with the little girl's choice of "drink."
As it turns out, Leesa had instructed her daughter to help pack her own lunch. She told her to just grab a frozen juice pouch from the freezer. Harmless enough, right?
What Leesa had forgotten about was the Smirnoff vodka-infused raspberry sorbet pouch that also was sitting in the freezer, closely resembling an innocent juice pouch to her five-year-old. Her daughter simply snatched the brightly colored "juice" pouch and packed it in her lunch bag.
The teacher never expected to find what was in the student's packed lunch. Needless to say, Leesa was mortified when the teacher called her.
"EPIC lunchbox fail when you tell your five-year-old Preppie to put a frozen juice pouch in her lunchbox and you forget the other pouches in your freezer! Made for a very interesting phone call from the teacher. I apologized for not sending enough for the teachers and they just laughed, thankfully!"
Luckily, the teachers were forgiving of her blunder and her daughter never consumed the drink. Tell us this, have you ever accidentally packed the wrong thing in a loved one's lunch?
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