The Lunch Of Shame


This lunchtime.

Aideen writes:

Childhood obesity obviously high on the list of concerns for this popular north Dublin cafe, with the content of two bags of crisps served with a child’s sandwich

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25 thoughts on “The Lunch Of Shame

  1. Brother Barnabas

    Top tip for Aideen…

    Don’t buy poop for your child. And then it won’t matter what cafe’s are selling or not selling.

      1. Janet, I ate my avatar

        if it’s early in the day and it’s an active child not the end of the day
        watch out for processed ham/ food in general though and basically eating beige. . do kids not eat a side of salade in ireland ?

  2. Smith

    If he doesn’t eat every last one of them, remind him of the STARVING CHILDREN IN AFRICA, Aideen.

  3. ahjayzis

    She’s only raging it wasn’t like four mean individual crisps.

    Posts about scarcity always get more likes than ones about glut.

  4. mikier

    It’s the processed ham and white bread you need to be worrying about, you know a bit of parenting wouldn’t help, hardly the cafes fault.

  5. Boj

    It’s probably not 2 bags but a grubby fistful of Hunky Dory’s from a big oily share bag…urgh.

  6. Spud

    Great portion of crisps in fairness.
    Hate when some places only give you ‘teasers’, making you get your own bag anyway.

  7. Rugbyfan

    Aideen, you could take half the crisps off the plate and dispose of them. No obligation to let your child eat them

    1. Christopher

      Well that would be good parenting and I’d rather that was done by my north inner city cafe server.

  8. John Murphy

    Perhaps teach your child that the ham is actually a dead animal, an animal which has been proven to possess the same intelligence level as a young child. An animal who has suffered horrific cruelty and an unnecessary painful and frightening death. You’ll then no longer have anymore issues with crisps accompanying a ham sandwich, as your child will, I guarantee you, show his compassion and not want to eat said dead animal. Yay for your child, Yay for the abused animal, Yay for compassion for other living beings…

      1. Boj

        Waaaay too long winded. I prefer the “How do you know if someone is a vegan? … They tell you!” version IMHO.

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