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Wife admits her husband is ‘fussier than her three-year-old’ when it comes to his food

Wife admits her husband is ‘fussier than her three-year-old’ and makes him an elaborate packed lunch for work every day

  • A woman has revealed her husband is a pickier eater than her three-year-old 
  • The woman said her toddler is a ‘food machine’ and eats a lot at daycare
  • Her husband prefers a very plain lunch, according to the mum, who packs it


A mother has revealed her husband is a fussier eater than her three-year-old son – which can make preparing their lunches everyday a time-consuming process.

The Australian mum posted on a lunchbox sharing group to explain her young son is an ‘eating machine’ while her husband prefers more simplistic meals. 

Her husband’s lunch contained a sandwich made with white bread, three slices of pizza, a muesli bar, apple pizza shapes and a pot of yoghurt. 

A mother has revealed her husband is a fussier eater than her three-year-old son – which can make preparing their lunches everyday a challeng

The mum posted on a lunchbox sharing group to explain her young son is an 'eating machine' while her husband prefers plain meals

The mum posted on a lunchbox sharing group to explain her young son is an ‘eating machine’ while her husband prefers plain meals

The child’s lunchbox contained mango, strawberries, capsicum, corn, pizza, a sandwich, a fruit stick, yoghurt, crackers, cheese and a hard boiled egg.

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‘My husband is fussier than the three-year-old, he likes a super simple lunch,’ she wrote.

One mum said if her husband is ‘that fussy’ he should pack his own lunch.

While another complimented the mum on her efforts and said the pizza ‘looked great’.

‘Hubby approved, so that’s a win,’ the original poster said.

In the past other women have been slammed for admitting they pack their husband’s lunches. 

In the past other women have been slammed for admitting they pack their husband's lunches

In the past other women have been slammed for admitting they pack their husband’s lunches 

In one instance a woman was told to stop treating her husband like a child by ‘doting on him’.

She shared a photo of the homemade spread, which included sandwiches, an assortment of cheese, crackers and cabanossi sausage and three pieces of fruit, in an Australian budgeting group on Facebook with the caption: ‘The Tradie’s Lunch.’

The woman said it’s ‘cheaper, fresher and healthier’ than the takeaway fare typically available at construction sites and in the centre of cities where electricians, carpenters and plumbers most commonly work.

One of the lunches shared in the budgeting group on Facebook, which shows affectionate messages written from a wife to her husband on the lids of his lunchboxes

One of the lunches shared in the budgeting group on Facebook, which shows affectionate messages written from a wife to her husband on the lids of his lunchboxes

The post initially received such a negative response that the group administrator was forced to remove comments slamming the woman for treating her husband like a child and waiting on him hand and foot.

‘Do we have to feed them during the day now too?’ one woman asked in a reply still visible under the photo.

Many defended her after the administrator told critics to mind their own business and respect how people choose to run their households.

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