r/StupidFood Nov 29 '22 Silver 4 Wholesome 2 Take My Energy 1

I will never understand “dump dinners” Warning: Cringe alert!!

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Something like nachos on a table, sure, but spaghetti? Nah. Imagine biting into a noodle and dropping it and someone else eats that noodle 🤢

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u/Clackpot Rubbernecker Nov 30 '22

Mod note: Apologies but this thread is now locked due to the excessive amount of shitty comments and therefore also the number of reports it has received.

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u/smellyscrotes27 Nov 29 '22 Wholesome

She said “grab your fork and dig in” like it wasn’t PIPING fucking hot fresh off the stove

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u/the_stupidiest_monk Nov 30 '22

There is a zero-percent chance that the plastic table covering they are using is going to react well to the fresh off the stove spaghetti.

I wonder if the chemicals leaching into the food is suppose to add to the experience?

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u/CornwallsPager Nov 30 '22

It sprinkles in a bit of cancer.

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u/Dreaming_Kitsune Nov 30 '22

Love my spaghetti with some mozzarella, parmesan, a pinch of salt and a dash of cancer

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u/LiteVolition Nov 30 '22

It doesn't ADD much but it's suspected to -remove- healthy reproductive development, brain development and even cognitive years off the end of life.

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u/theo1618 Nov 30 '22

There’s no way this is the first time she’s done this then if that’s the case. I see very little brain development in this video

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u/sdlover420 Nov 30 '22

The kid told her to grow up, I'd say the kids got something going on.

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u/frankenstines Nov 30 '22

I think he some something about waiting for it to “cool off”

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u/Yavrule Nov 30 '22

Even if it makes it through the spaghetti, the first fork is ripping it open.

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u/FairfaxGirl Nov 30 '22

This is my problem with it. I can see why it’s kind of fun for your parent to “spice up” dinner by just plopping some food in the middle of the table like this and telling you to dig in. My kids would have been amused. But piping hot food on the plastic table cloth?? Bleh.

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u/scriptmonkey420 Nov 30 '22

Looks like wrapping paper to me.

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u/laid2rest Nov 30 '22

It's definitely wrapping paper. And the ink will be coming off onto the food from the heat.

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u/scriptmonkey420 Nov 30 '22

And the wax, my flying spaghetti monster, the wax.....

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u/OneEyedOneHorned Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

They'll overdose from all the crayons they ate earlier! Dear gods, it's a double murder!

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u/Whale-n-Flowers Nov 30 '22

Goddammit! Save our Marines!

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u/KingDingoDa69th Nov 30 '22

Mmmmm red 40

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u/tidbitsmisfit Nov 30 '22

thought it was Christmas wrapping...

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u/cjc160 Nov 30 '22

This was my immediate thought. Boiling hot spaghetti and oil from the pasta sauce and meat will melt right through that table cloth. Also no way that table cloth is food safe either

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u/ConstantlyAngry177 Nov 30 '22

PFAS chemicals everywhere.

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u/FUS_ROALD_DAHL Nov 30 '22

Upvoted for using "leaching" properly and not "leeching".

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u/AdClassic8242 Nov 30 '22

On top of the heat ruining what is assumed to be a wood table.

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u/multiarmform Nov 30 '22

On top of spaghetti, All covered with cheese, I lost my poor meatball, When somebody sneezed.

It rolled off the table, And on to the floor, And then my poor meatball, Rolled out of the door.

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u/poopooplatypus Nov 30 '22

The kids realize how dumb it is but not the mom

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u/Admirable_Stand_6891 Nov 30 '22

Lil buddy was like wtf mom stop embarrassing urself

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u/EazyJakeOven Nov 30 '22 Silver Dread

Kid: What’s for dinner tonight? Mom: Content!

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u/mediamaker Nov 30 '22

How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat your content?

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u/solid_hoist Nov 30 '22

Not enough clicks? What about second content?

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u/quint21 Nov 30 '22

I don't think she knows about second content Pip.

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u/Several-Listen7915 Nov 30 '22 Wholesome

But we had content last night!!

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u/[deleted] Nov 30 '22

YOU WILL HAVE WHAT YOUR MOTHER MADE FOR YOUTUBE

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u/AllModsRLosers Nov 30 '22

Mommy made you your favourite, open-wide, here comes some content…

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u/Green-Eggs-No-Ham Nov 29 '22

The kids definitely aren't convinced. I wouldn't be either.

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u/Globalist_Nationlist Nov 30 '22 Silver Gold All-Seeing Upvote Coin Gift Starry

"Mom's finally fuckin lost it."

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u/Beyondintodarkness Nov 30 '22

I was just thinking these kids look like they'll eat it only because they are 100% convinced Mom would stab a motherfucker if they don't.

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u/Bitter_Presence_1551 Nov 30 '22

And they're probably right

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u/RelationshipOk3565 Nov 30 '22 Eureka!

Mom thinks she's super funny but actually hates her life enough to implement her children for social media hype in a lame unoriginal video

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u/BeerBellyBandit Nov 30 '22

Right on the money

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u/--dontmindme-- Nov 30 '22

I’m glad to see that some countries are starting to take initiatives to protect children from being (ab)used in monetised influencer social media posts. This shit is atrocious and too many people overlook this kind of exploitation.

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u/bachumbug Nov 30 '22

Daughter showing this footage to her friends 15 years later: “So yes, to answer your question, my mom has always been this exhausting.”

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u/llort_tsoper Nov 30 '22

Sorry dinner is such a mess,
Thought id be fun, but it just looks stupid.
Mommy's been a little depressed. No.
So today I'm gonna try just

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u/Bleys087 Nov 30 '22

Getting up, dropping food, Walking back with forks, Might not help, but still it couldn’t hurt.

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u/Apartment213shit Nov 30 '22

Either way, I’ll get the views I’m desperate for

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u/Bleys087 Nov 30 '22

Lol we were doing this to the song Content by Bo Burnham and changing some lyrics to fit the situation

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u/llort_tsoper Nov 30 '22

Mommy made you your favorite, open wide

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u/FlattopJr Nov 30 '22

"Kids are different today," I hear every mother say

Mother needs something today to calm her down

And though she's not really ill, there's a little yellow pill

She goes running for the shelter of her mother's little helper

And it helps her on her way, gets her through her busy day

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u/RichardRalh Nov 30 '22 Starry

I kind of feel bad for the mother for two reasons; one she thought this was a good idea, two she thought it was okay to put hot food on wrapping paper

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u/---dashing--- Nov 30 '22

I thought that was one of those cheap table covers, but you’re right. Wtf

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u/RichardRalh Nov 30 '22

The pasta 100% has melted wrapping paper pigments on the bottom lol vile.

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u/CharDeeMacDennisII Nov 30 '22

And if there's not a thick liner between the paper and the table, the table likely has a large "burn" on it now.

Many years ago the small company I was working at was bought. The new CEO wanted to have the Christmas party at his home instead of at the commercial venue it had been for years. His wife removed everything from the dining table, presumably to allow room for folks to eat. As we filled our plates from the buffet line several of us sat at the gorgeous wood dining table, setting our hot plates on the bare wood. When we finished and lifted our plates, there were nice gray-white circles where each plate had been. Next year the party was back at the commercial venue.

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u/uptoke Nov 30 '22

Heat stain - the heat opens the wood's pores and allows moisture to get trapped in. If you use a blow-dryer you can reopen the pores and evaporate out the moisture.

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u/donaldg563 Nov 30 '22 Silver

If this is real you just saved my marriage.

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u/llamallamadck Nov 30 '22

Yeah man. I’ve always done a dry iron over a piece of fabric, but I don’t see any reason the blow dryer method wouldn’t work too

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u/FreudianAccordian Nov 30 '22

Nothing wrong with a good blow.

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u/Locybe Nov 30 '22

Get the blow dryer man! Dry like the wind!

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u/Howdy_Partner7 Nov 30 '22

Looks like plastic

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u/look_ima_frog Nov 30 '22

Well, I can tell you that is most certainly is NOT a plate. It should be though.

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u/geddy_girl Nov 30 '22

I don't feel bad for her. The only way she thought this would be good for was getting her some views on TikTok or Instagram or wherever she posted this

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u/Mars-For-The-Rich Nov 30 '22

Yeah. I’d feel bad for her if she genuinely thought this would be a good idea to do for her family, but instead I’m feeling bad for the family because she thought it would be a good idea to do it for views.

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u/thesynderblock Nov 30 '22

I don’t think she’s really expecting them to eat it—it’s just for social media likes and rage-views.

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u/IBetThisIsTakenToo Nov 30 '22

So best case it was only extremely wasteful, I guess

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u/Halflingberserker Nov 30 '22

Great lesson to be teaching her kids!

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u/the_stupidiest_monk Nov 30 '22

Great lesson to be teaching her kids! stage props for social media

FTFY

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u/SuperFLEB Nov 30 '22

They're probably rented.

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u/tayloline29 Nov 29 '22

They are waiting to get in trouble. Her body language is full of spite.

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u/SavingsTask Nov 30 '22

That Parmesan cheese shake gave me ptsd

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u/mouni4u Nov 30 '22

Not sure if that stuff is even considered cheese 🧐

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u/CLE-Mosh Nov 30 '22

wood shavin's

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u/MrFluffyThing Nov 30 '22

They rubbed sawdust on a picture of Parmigiano Reggiano and threw it in a plastic shake jar.

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u/HeyCarpy Nov 30 '22

her body language is full of spite.

Haha, good lord. I watched it and got the energy of someone who’s just far too into the (stupid) energy of dumping food on the table. It’s amazing how redditors see parents with children and immediately project spite, selfishness and narcissism onto people they have absolutely no other information on.

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u/_potatoesofdefiance_ Nov 30 '22

OK, dude, thank you for saying this. The 'humourous' food subs on Reddit are getting ridiculous, it's just full of people drooling to get their condemn on. The kids don't look scared and mom doesn't look "full of spite." Fucksake.

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u/Queef_Stroganoff44 Nov 30 '22

A while back I told a story about how when I was around 12 I ended up being out with my parents until like 4 am one night.

I got a message saying in the most passive aggressive way possible “I’m sorry you had such a terrible upbringing. Any ‘parent’ that would have their child out at that hour isn’t too concerned about their well being.”

The ironic part is I was out that late because my family had gone into town and had an amazing, action packed and super fun day together. Not to mention I was 12, not 2.

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u/_potatoesofdefiance_ Nov 30 '22

Ha ha, I've definitely got a few messages implying I'm either a shut-in or my parents were terrible. Reddit, man.

All the kids in my nabe thought pudding dump (which wasn't what we called it - I don't think we had a name for it) was awesome - and it sounds like you had an awesome time out late with your fam. ❤️

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u/serendipitypug Nov 30 '22

Yeah. As a kid, this might have been kinda fun and memorable. Albeit stupid and ill-advised.

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u/Last_Fact_3044 Nov 30 '22

It honestly just seems sad. If you feel the need to film a video of your kids having a dump dinner to put on the internet, then there’s probably some pain behind the fake smile.

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u/Montebano Nov 30 '22

i think she def just wants some attention and is bored with the day to day life....we just gotta believe she is trying her best.

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u/_potatoesofdefiance_ Nov 30 '22

Obviously this is a super weird thing for this family and it's also being filmed so mom is being kinda showy about it but when I was a kid in the 80s various moms (including my own) used to throw a plastic picnic sheet over a picnic table, pour pudding on the table and let the kids go nuts. Looking back I feel pretty grossed out and maybe children are different now but I remember all the kids loving it. It was a fun summer thing.

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u/Gullible_Proposal_49 Nov 30 '22

As an adult now, the idea of all that saliva and hands mixing into it is gross but it wouldn’t definetly be awesome as a 4-8 year old

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u/Queef_Stroganoff44 Nov 30 '22

There was a Cajun restaurant near me that would bring the boil out in a bucket and just dump it on the table. Long before stuff like that was trendy. I LOVED the food there but my dad always said he felt like a pig being slopped and refused to eat there. Lol. Now I kinda agree.

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u/zestyninja Nov 30 '22

For what it's worth I think that's how a lot of backyard crawdad boils have always worked.

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u/Helenium_autumnale Nov 30 '22

No, that's how boils have always been served at a restaurant like that. I love it.

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u/Past_Money_6385 Nov 30 '22

thats.... just how you eat a cajun or low country broil. its not a gimmick or made popular through this Trend lol

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u/crescent-v2 Nov 30 '22

That's what I thought of when I saw this. I worked in a restaurant that did that - The boil had shrimp and crawdads and corn cobs and potatoes and sausage, if I remember right. Scoop it out with a big strainer and dump that on the table. But I was in the kitchen and don't remember how the table was covered.

I think maybe just with foil or like a plastic sheet.

It was kind of a trend for a bit in the 90's.

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u/No_Advertising_6856 Nov 29 '22

Pretty sure dumping hot, steaming food on a synthetic table cloth is how you end up with micro plastics and forever chemicals in your blood stream.

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u/FatJesus13908 Nov 30 '22

I believe its too late for that. From my understanding, nearly all of us already have that going on thanks to bottled water, and just anything food related being in contact with plastic. From plastic cookware, to plastic wrapping. Hell, even got micro rubbers and such are in our lungs due to the tires we put on our cars. We fucked.

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u/Ferlingyeti Nov 30 '22

It's worse than that. The stuff is in the food supply and the water itself. It's in the ocean, in the fish in the ocean, in everything that eats the fish, in everything that eats the things that eat the fish. Same goes for most other rivers or bodies of water.

Significant portions of our entire ecosystem are compromised. If our species ever decides to really tackle the problem (feels unlikely to me) we will be working on repairing the damage for many lifetimes.

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u/Paradoxmoose Nov 30 '22

And then there's PFAS, which was even originally warned should never enter the water supply- is in the water supply.

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u/agangofoldwomen Nov 30 '22

The people who knew about the side effects and still made the decision to use these chemicals in their products all got super rich and will die before they are held accountable. Their families are set for generations. They won’t see jail time or get any repercussions. Maybe the companies they worked for will go through decades of litigation and have to pay back a fraction of the profits they made, but that’s it. The real problem is the issues we face are so long term that accountability and enforcement is impossible.

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u/notRedditingInClass Nov 30 '22

Are their families really set for generations if the plastic is so inescapable as to be in all water and food?

I mean I'm with you, fuck em, but it's not like being rich stops you needing water.

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u/hurbinblurbin Nov 30 '22

They'll get the finest filtration technology while the rest of us suffer from alzheimers at 45.

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u/ItsOkILoveYouMYbb Nov 30 '22

You can actually get the finest filtration technology under your sink for your tap water for a couple hundred bucks and it does help quite a bit.

The food situation is inescapable, however.

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u/pipnina Nov 30 '22

Micro plastics are getting small enough to cross the blood-brain barrier as I understand, that works by a process of osmosis which is a finer form of filtration than I can think of besides having a full blown RO plant under your sink...

RO is so strong you have to manually add minerals back in, because humans can't survive off of pure water indefinitely.

And even then, it still leaves 300-400ppm behind, unless you use a second RO stage to create "clean" water which still contains 3-12ppm.

Your under-sink filter probably doesn' even touch the smallest (and therefore most harmful) pollutants.

Open to being proven wrong though. I'm just basing this off of things I've read and my marine systems course.

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u/ConstantlyAngry177 Nov 30 '22

You can blame DuPont for that. They were dumping their toxic chemicals into the environment for decades before they got caught

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u/lesserDaemonprince Nov 30 '22

Dark Water/Dark Waters forget which, is a great docudrama about this. Mark Ruffalo plays the lawyer that low-key made it his life's work to be a personal advocate for a lot of people that were immediately affected by Duponts carelessness and was also largely responsible for bringing nationwide/global attention to PFAS and how they were being handled by the companies utilizing them. As humans do we basically stopped caring and forgot about it for a while until recently but yeah. Awesome movie. Long story short Dupont knew almost immediately how harmful the compounds were due to birth defects in the children of employees and chose to keep their mouths shut because greed. A child of an employee that was born with substantial facial deformities is in the movie.

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u/TSJR_ Nov 30 '22

Fairly certain I've read that rainwater has forever chemicals in it now that will never be able to be removed.

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u/txr23 Nov 30 '22

Yeah there has been a few studies this year alone that have concluded that rain water is no longer safe to drink anywhere on Earth because of the amount of micro plastics that have contaminated all parts of the water cycle. Even in the most remote parts of the world you'll still end up consuming micro plastic if you drink rain water.

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u/no_moar_red Nov 30 '22

Idk if id say never, but I am 100% that these chemicals will be used as some form of dating. The plastic age? Petrol dating?

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u/Frosty_Pomegranate46 Nov 30 '22

The "BPA Baby Bottle" fiasco was something, especially when you consider alot of tinned foods, were lined with BPA.

Though efforts have been made since, though some remain BPA lined.

https://www.ewg.org/research/bpa-canned-food

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u/Ephixaftw Nov 30 '22

Sorry to burst your bubble, but when they removed BPA they just moved to something less studied....A list of them in fact

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisphenol

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u/Senor_Incredible Nov 30 '22

Y'all should check out the movie, Dark Waters, if this piques your interest at all.

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u/zmbjebus Nov 30 '22

I mean you can choose to do less bad things. Like plates would make less of that happen in your body. quantities are a thing that exist.

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u/mycak2000 Nov 30 '22

Doesn't even look like a table cloth. I'm pretty sure it's wrapping paper.

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u/MrDangerMan Nov 30 '22

mmm the hot pasta really soaks up all the flavor of those synthetic dyes and gloss coating...

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u/she_ded_again Nov 30 '22

My mom would always sprinkle a little glitter on top for crunch

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u/catdaddymack Nov 30 '22

You eat microplastics daily

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u/cerevant Nov 30 '22

But I’m 100% sure she is careful to only buy BPA free water bottles!

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u/doterobcn Nov 29 '22

Cringe worthy for me

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u/Remote_Engine Nov 30 '22 Helpful

Mom wants her clicks and likes, that’s all this shit is. Her kids are just props for her social media life. An absolute fucking idiot.

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u/tidbitsmisfit Nov 30 '22

got that "divorced mom looking for fun" energy

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u/dr-strangelove87 Nov 29 '22

Ya I am with the kids on this one. The mom has a look of look how cool I am I just blew there minds.

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u/soldier_18 Nov 30 '22

Yes and this theory is confirmed when the little girl just threw the meatballs and did not eat them, she knows that this is horseshit and mom finally lost it.

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u/cdcm87 Nov 29 '22

I don’t get people who don’t cook their meatballs in the sauce

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u/mycleverusername Nov 30 '22

Well these because they were from the freezer and she probably popped them in the microwave, right after the sauce was done. She’s not Chec Boyardee

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u/LordKai121 Nov 30 '22

Let's pretend we accept the microwave meatballs. After you've nuked them, PUT THEM IN YOUR BOILING SAUCE.

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u/DopeyDeathMetal Nov 30 '22

Yeah. I’m definitely not above buying frozen meatballs when I want an easier meal. But you brown them and then throw them in the sauce while it simmers!

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u/CARLEtheCamry Nov 30 '22

I have to believe it was made as shittily as possible on purpose.

I've made 20 minute spaghetti meals like this. Get home late from work, everyone is hungry, whatever.

But making it as crappy as possible... questionable breadsticks, the green container of "cheese". I'd eat it, but I wouldn't be showing it off. Maybe that's the point, because no one is going to want to eat that, might as well go cheap and easy

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u/thedankening Nov 30 '22

That's a pretty standard meal for your average American family lol. Microwaved meatballs and powdered "cheese" included. Nothing out of the ordinary here at all. Well, other than the dipshit dumping it on the table of course.

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u/PinkKnapsack Nov 30 '22

Czech Boyarde

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u/Finnthehero1224 Nov 29 '22

There’s something about the moms posture that makes me so uncomfortable. Like she’s always got her hands down at her sides if it’s not holding something

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u/forwardAvdax Nov 30 '22

This is actually the Model 67A-4 MomBot slowly gaining consciousness via TikTok. She’s just learning ropes of child rearing.

“Human children like spaghetti”

dumps broiling hot spaghetti meal onto the table where it instantaneously melts through the center

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u/rambo_lincoln_ Nov 30 '22

It’s her cheerleader stance from the golden days.

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u/the_stupidiest_monk Nov 30 '22

It’s her cheerleader stance from the golden days.

That is so spot-on, holy shit.

Where can I subscribe to your newsletter?

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u/Dirk_The_Cowardly Nov 30 '22

Classic Tammy!

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u/Awleeks Nov 30 '22

The whole video seemed kinda passive-agressive. Like "I'm tired of having to cook and clean for you brats. Here's your boiled slop. Throw out the table cover when you're done."

I might be projecting a little. My mom was like this a lot.

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u/sharksnrec Nov 30 '22

Dude her mannerisms were the thing that got me too. Coupled with this dumbass idea (for multiple reasons) and the kids skeptical reactions, it’s like this lady was simply designed to make us cringe

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u/SensitiveOrangeWhip Nov 29 '22

if there wasn’t social media dump dinners wouldn’t be a thing

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u/TheOuts1der Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Kamayan dinners (boodle fights) are a thing in parts of the Philippines. They put clean coconut banana leaves down to cover the table first though, they don’t put piping hot food on plastic table sheets.

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u/dephekt_ Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

My wife’s family in Leyte uses large banana leaves for boodle fights. Never heard of using coconut leaves as they’re not very large like banana leaves.

And it’s a feast for whole groups of people not like a wife and two kids like this video and they eat it with their hands (kamayan) not utensils.

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u/VBgamez Nov 30 '22

I mean well people do this for seafood boils. This is more of a sanitary problem for me.

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u/JimmyPWatts Nov 30 '22

Seafood boils are different. All the food is whole pieces that you can serve yourself from the middle. Not a giant plate of noodles.

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u/Simon_Jester88 Nov 30 '22

It's okay for seafood boils because of shells. So for pasta just use stuffed shells.

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u/zwygb Nov 30 '22

Crawfish boils typically have corn, potatoes, and sliced sausages.

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u/stoncils_ Nov 30 '22

Fuck yeah

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u/[deleted] Nov 30 '22

I like seafood boils (only for the booze, I don’t like seafood) but I like your idea.

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u/Fair_Acanthisitta_75 Nov 30 '22

Moms that buy plastic BPA free cups then serve them food on a dollar store table cover made with lead paint and asbestos.

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u/Toastertartz14 Nov 30 '22

I’m pretty sure it’s wrapping paper making it slightly worse 💀

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u/YourFriendRob Nov 30 '22

It’s kinda like sharing a bowl with everyone you’re at the table with but somehow even less civilized

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u/the_techno_lady Nov 30 '22

Oh good, I’ve been looking for a way to fuse my cheap plastic table cloths to my dining table

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u/Etzarah Nov 30 '22

Why is she subtitling her kids like those fucking dog videos 😭

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u/APNalow Nov 29 '22

Because its soOOOOooO cOol aNd QuiRky!

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u/PhotoAwp Nov 30 '22

FUN MOM IS FUN 🤪

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u/Toastertartz14 Nov 30 '22

LETS MAKE A MESS BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS!!!!!!

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u/RachelVictoria75 Nov 30 '22

I like the kid"she's lost her mind"

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u/Asleep_Astronomer_20 Nov 29 '22

Even just the phrase “dump dinner” yeah no thanks

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u/Penister Nov 30 '22

“Mom just took a dump on the table, bon appetite”

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u/Much_Pair_5951 Nov 30 '22

My grandmother has dementia and today she was having trouble getting words out. She finally came up with “foolish food”. Had no clue what it meant a few hours ago but now I have a definition for foolish food.

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u/Obvious-Oil4015 Nov 29 '22

What goes through these idiot's heads when they think "yes, the world needs to see this!"

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u/Inevitable_Berry_362 Nov 30 '22

This is going to be an infomercial one day. Are you tired of dump dinners from the past that take forever to clean up? Tired of fighting with family like a dog over a trash can? Try one pot meals! The dinner in a pan!

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u/CartelClarke Nov 30 '22

Best case scenario: Kids think mom is an idiot and refuse to eat food served like that.

Worst case scenario: Kids love it and will only eat food served like this for the foreseeable future.

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u/PriveCo Nov 29 '22

Who the fuck cooks meatballs outside of the sauce???

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u/DamnNDNgirl Nov 29 '22

People who use frozen meatballs

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u/babyplush Nov 30 '22

Are frozen meatballs not fully cooked usually? I'm having trouble understanding why they'd be cooked separate from the sauce if everyone is going to be eating meatballs and sauce. Just simmer them in the sauce to heat them up, right?

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u/RIPNINAFLOWERS Nov 30 '22

These people are foul, you can at least finish off the meatballs in the sauce.

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u/Sweaty_Chard_6250 Nov 30 '22

I used frozen meatballs and still usually cook/heat them in the sauce.

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u/postylambz Nov 30 '22

And people who don't use frozen meatballs

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u/im_talking_ace Nov 30 '22

The same people that dump their shitty food right onto the plastic table cloth.

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u/Majestic_Internet_37 Nov 30 '22

For mom to get Tiktok attention, no other reason.

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u/[deleted] Nov 30 '22

That’s a great way to add melted plastic to your diet.

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u/Madvillanous Nov 29 '22

Even the children wish she didn't give birth to them.

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u/citronhimmel Nov 30 '22

Yeah on top of a cheap plastic coated tablecloth?

YUM

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u/AccomplishedTotal895 Nov 30 '22

Kids do that silly laugh sometimes when they feel super awkward.

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u/Impressive_Tap_7873 Nov 29 '22

god these people are basic

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u/anatomatt Nov 29 '22

The kids have no choice.. and they know it’s cringe too

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u/johnn11238 Nov 29 '22

Does that meatball literally roll off the table?

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u/kikoskylang Nov 30 '22

It’s running away from this nonsense

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u/44problems Nov 30 '22

It rolled off the table, it rolled on the floor. And then my poor meatball rolled out of the door. It rolled in the garden and under a bush. And then my poor meatball was nothing but mush.

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u/AJQK10minus1 Nov 29 '22

dumps scalding hot pasta and sauce on table

"Why aren't you eating it yet??"

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u/goopygilbert Nov 30 '22

Didn’t even mix the sauce with the noodles. This woman does not belong in a kitchen.

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u/Siiberia Nov 30 '22

Kids weren’t buying it. Despite the mom they were clearly raised right.

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u/chiptissle Nov 30 '22

This is a window into why dad's not there anymore.

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u/davesthread Nov 29 '22

Is that Xmas wrapping paper?

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u/Longjumping_Camel791 Nov 29 '22

No, I think no it's just a shitty Christmas themed plastic tablecloth

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u/davesthread Nov 29 '22

I’m still expecting melted plastic in the food.

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u/digidave1 Nov 29 '22

Enjoy that big burn mark on your table Karen :)

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u/sharksnrec Nov 30 '22

And the chemicals from the plastic in your and your children’s blood streams

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u/AddToBatch Nov 30 '22

Yes, let’s dump scalding hot food down in front of young children. WCGW? 🙄

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u/CarpeDMW Nov 30 '22

Wait. But, like, is this real? This isn’t real. People don’t really do this, do they?

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u/GGXImposter Nov 30 '22

Hope they enjoy all the melted plastic table cloth in their food

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u/Pete_The_Chop Nov 29 '22

I hate it so much

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u/eromi69 Nov 30 '22

Tik tok moms are the worst

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u/XavierRenegadeStoner Nov 29 '22

I’m not like other girls

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u/kidnorther Nov 30 '22

Taking an L On the parm too, these people are trash

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u/GizzleRizzle464 Nov 30 '22

Thank you. Someone else noticed the criminal amount of Parmesan cheese this lady dumped on top.

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u/Cunt-SlowDown Nov 30 '22

IF Y’ALL DONT GET SOME MOTHERFUCKIN PLATES FOR THAT SHIT

You know you’re an adult when you start thinking about the mess and the cleanup

I promise you this ain’t it

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u/powerful_trash_panda Nov 29 '22

It’s cringe worthy unless it’s a crawfish/Cajun boil and then that’s the most appropriate way to serve said food

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