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Doubtblush: Lunch Punch Whimsical Shape Sandwich Cutters

They say great taste is timeless - but then again, so is bad taste. Despite the time we spend looking for stuff to make you salivate with desire, occasionally we stumble upon things that elicit a very different oral reaction. Sometimes we shudder and move on, and then there are times that the object in question is just too awful to keep to ourselves, so we bring it to you as a Doubtblush.

If you're a busy mom dealing with some picky eating kids, you gotta wheel and deal some surprise treats in those lunches. The fun Lunch Punch Whimsical Shape Sandwich Cutters ($15) are a great way to get kids to eat their lunches and climb a few links up the popularity chain. Cool sandwiches make spoiled cool kids. Fairy-shaped casserole will be next, and we'll be happy to oblige their need to be a pain in our ass. That's why we bought this food cutter... not.

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Deb

Posted on 04.06.11 at 2:19 PM

You don't have children, right? It's all about fun - bring a little smile to a child's face for heaven's sake.

Caitlin

Posted on 04.06.11 at 2:27 PM

I agree with Deb. What is the big deal with these for kids? If it brightens up a kid's day to have a funny sandwich and encourages her to eat it and not just throw it away, I'm all for it.

Now, if I see a grown woman with a princess-shaped sandwich, then yeah, Doubtblush.

Violeta

Posted on 04.06.11 at 3:35 PM

These are kinda cute and fun. My only problem with them would be that you couldn't use them on sandwiches with layered fillings--it'd have to be for PBJs or cream cheese or something, or the fillings would slide out of those cute little hearts. So my only complaint would be the relative impracticality!

Kendra

Posted on 04.06.11 at 4:43 PM

Why is this Doubtblush?! I think its a sweet idea. Kids who smile when they open their lunches are happy, not spoiled.

Katie

Posted on 04.07.11 at 12:40 AM

I'm gonna have to agree with everyone else here and say that if we can have Star Wars pancakes and Hello Kitty toast, why can't kids have sandwiches shaped like princesses in their lunch?

Ruth

Posted on 04.07.11 at 6:49 AM

Doubtblush fail. I think these are great. Cookie cutters also work fabulous on pb&j if you don't feel like purchasing the fancy sandwich cutters :)

Cashmere

Posted on 04.07.11 at 4:32 PM

You must think when it comes to lunch, I'm humorless. Honestly, even as a kid, I didn't like pb&js; I've always enjoyed hulking sandwiches (crust and all) that are too packed full with nutritiousness to be squished into cookie cutter shapes. You know the kinds that have delicious food stuffs spilling out the edges? YUM. Maybe all kids don't like that stuff. By all means, to each their own.

Full disclosure: You called it. I don't have kids. When I do, rainbows will shoot out of my orifices, but until then, I'll need help with the sentimental stuff. Sarcasm is a double-edged sword.

One Ring to Rule Them All

Posted on 04.07.11 at 4:37 PM

We love you just the way you are, Cashmere! And we get you too (or some of us do, anyway). But that's the beauty of it...one person's trash and all that.

Personally, I was lucky if my mom cut the dang sandwich into fourths and I had "butterflies".

Cashmere

Posted on 04.07.11 at 4:58 PM

Thanks, One Ring. Guess what, my mom's sandwiches were so good on the merit of taste alone that I had kids literally paying money for them on the playground. Come to think of it, I was spoiled rotten. Different strokes, as they say.

Caitlin

Posted on 04.07.11 at 11:37 PM

Lucky you for getting deli-quality sandwiches from home. I sure didn't.

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