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A proud mother experienced a backlash on social media after a photo of her newly organized pantry was beaten by thousands of parents

When a Facebook scam is counterproductive! Proud mother shares a photo of her organized pantry – only to be beaten by THOUSANDS of parents for a reason she never saw coming

  • A woman fueled the debate with a photo of her & # 39; organized & # 39; pantry
  • Instead of praising, many parents closed the unhealthy contents of the room
  • The shelves were filled with sweet treats and very processed snacks
  • They also slammed how many packages were used for eating
  • Others noted that the bottom shelf looked like it was about to collapse
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A proud mother experienced a backlash on social media after a photo of her newly organized pantry was beaten by thousands of parents.

Placed in an Australian organization group, the photo shows five neatly stacked shelves filled with all kinds of snacks, treats and drinks – and although many agreed that it was satisfying to look at, they thought about how unhealthy it was.

In addition to their concerns about sugar-rich foods, many have also criticized the mother, who is believed to be based in America, for buying so many packaged and processed products instead of full-fledged products.

A proud mother experienced a backlash on social media after a photo of her newly organized pantry was beaten by thousands of parents

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A proud mother experienced a backlash on social media after a photo of her newly organized pantry was beaten by thousands of parents

& # 39; How tempting that everything should be to make the adult feel organized, but in fact that whole cupboard is full of really bad food and would it be awful for children to eat that and nothing else & # 39 ;, wrote a of the parents in the group.

& # 39; Heart attack in a pantry & # 39 ;, another agreed.

Other group members with eagle eyes also worried about the bottom shelf, which looked like it was about to collapse.

Because the food was still in the package, the woman was also urged to buy containers as quickly as possible to prevent the breeding of moths and beetles (stock image)

Because the food was still in the package, the woman was also urged to buy containers as quickly as possible to prevent the breeding of moths and beetles (stock image)

Because the food was still in the package, the woman was also urged to buy containers as quickly as possible to prevent the breeding of moths and beetles (stock image)

As the food was still in the package, the woman was also urged to purchase containers as quickly as possible to prevent moth and beetle breeding.

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& # 39; I don't mean a lack of respect, because I'm sure it takes a lot of time and energy to get all that food, let alone get it organized, but I see a lot of packaging and a lot of waste of space & # 39 ;, says a critic. said.

Despite the heavy criticism, others were happy with the pantry and were impressed by how well organized it was.

& # 39; I don't even have a pantry, this would be great. Because money is tight at the moment, it would be wonderful to be able to pay for it to get so full, & a woman wrote.

This is not the first time that a pantry gives rise to splashing online, where a mother unexpectedly gets criticized after posting a series of & # 39; aggressive & # 39; lines on the door of the pantry.

The mother shared the snaps to accentuate her organization, but the rules that were poked at the door led to thousands of & # 39; furious & # 39; responses.

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& # 39; Don't ask me where everything is, I have labeled everything. I spent two days organizing this pantry, if you ruined it, I WILL CUT YOU. With a lot of love, mom, & # 39; the board reads.

Although the sign is clearly a joke, many believed they had crossed a border.

This is not the first time a pantry has haunted online, with a mother unexpectedly receiving criticism after posting a series of & # 39; aggressive & # 39; lines on the door of the pantry

This is not the first time a pantry has haunted online, with a mother unexpectedly receiving criticism after posting a series of & # 39; aggressive & # 39; lines on the door of the pantry

This is not the first time a pantry has haunted online, with a mother unexpectedly receiving criticism after posting a series of & # 39; aggressive & # 39; lines on the door of the pantry

& # 39; I would never put a signature as my children would read. I don't understand why people think it's funny, & wrote one.

& # 39; I would never put a signature as my children would read. I don't understand why people think it's funny, & wrote one.

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& # 39; I would never put a signature as my children would read. I don't understand why people think it's funny, & wrote one.

& # 39; I would never put a signature as my children would read. I don't understand why people think it's funny, & wrote one.

& # 39; I'm pretty sure this type of threat justifies opening a child protection case, & # 39; said a third.

While many were furious about the plate, some commentators also said they loved the mother's handiwork.

& # 39; Well, I mean … pantry targets right there, & # 39; said one.

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While another said: & # 39; When I see such things, it inspires me to ask someone else to do it for me. & # 39;

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