Lunchbox "snack"-sized chocolate bars [poll(s) and chat]

lunchbox

#101

Yes. Must be peck for snack.


#102

Actually very interesting.


#103

My lunchbox is more of a challenge than a snack.


#104

here he is


#105

Who takes a full packed lunch though?

Fell like i’m not sure an adult would do this?


#106

woah!

people on a budget
people who don’t want to spend the best part of a tenner a day on lunch
sensible people
other people


#107

You’re misunderstanding me

I get making a sandwich, taking leftovers etc

but is there anyone that takes a sandwich, a little pack of crisp, a lunchbox choc, a piece of fruit EVERY DAY
Like surely you’d just buy a 6 pack of crisps and keep that in your drawer etc


#108

yes, hello, me

(i do actually have crisps and stuff in my locker but in previous jobs when i’ve had no locker / drawer / whatever due to hot desking i’ve brought a literal packed lunch in every day)


#109

fair enough, I did misunderstand you.


#110

Then you end up eating all 6 bags in one day and crying in the disabled toilet.


#111

This is why I don’t bring lunch in. I did today and ate my soup by 10:45am.

Had to buy a second lunch.


#112

This seems strange to me.

Mainly cause i’m picturing like a mini bottle of water and a pack of raisins etc


#113

That’s quite reserved, when I used to bring lunch in I would eat it by 9:30 just so I didn’t have to think about whether I should eat it or not.


#114

The pressure was too much.

I also have just found a pack of hotel chocolate gianduja bombs in my drawer that I put there last week thinking “i’ll have one a day as a treat!!”

I’ve just eaten 4 of them and now feel quite sick.


#115

obvs i don’t bring a drink in, that would be weird


#116

one a day, who were you trying to kid.


#117

Like a tiny carton of juice.


#118

I know right
And I love gianduja so much so it was inevitable


#119

standard lunchbox contents:

wrap/sandwich
bar of something
crisps
fruit
maybe a little pack of nuts / seeds / dried fruit
maybe a yogurt


#120

general standard or your standard?