Woman ‘speechless’ over husband’s packed lunch complaint that’s ‘worthy of divorce’
Loving wife Liza Stian, who lives in San Fransisco, has built a hefty following on TikTok sharing the impressive lunches she makes for her husband that can take up to an hour to make
A woman was left “speechless” after her husband criticised the lunch she made him.
Liza Stian, who lives in San Fransisco, has grown a following of more than six million people on TikTok ( @lizastian ) sharing the impressive lunches she makes for her husband.
The 23-year-old has previously revealed that she can spend anywhere between 20 minutes to an hour packing one lunch, depending on the complexity.
So when her husband told her that her standards had dropped, she was devastated.
“My husband told me my lunches aren’t as creative as they used to be,” she says in a recent video of her making him a Disney-themed lunch.
It consisted of rice in the shape of Mickey Mouse, glazed sesame chicken, salad and Mickey nuggets.
And in the smaller compartments, Liza added a cucumber, ham and cream cheese sandwich and three mini KitKats.
“I no longer know what I can do to surprise him. Any ideas?”
Since posting the video online, it has racked up almost two million likes and 50,000 comments from viewers keen to share their suggestions on how to respond to his lack of gratitude.
One person said: “A divorce will definitely surprise him.”
Another commented: “Pack him an empty lunch box. So creative it’s invisible.”
“Is he five?” asked a third.
Someone else put: “Imagine putting in so much work into someone’s lunch and they say it’s not creative enough.”
Others also said that they wished that she was preparing their lunch as it looked amazing.
This comes after a mum divided opinions after she shared a picture of the creative lunch she made for her son.
The woman, from Sydney, Australia, made her son lunch which consisted of a homemade “sushi sandwich”, crisps, a bottle of Yakult and fresh fruit, and shared a picture of it on Facebook in the hopes of giving fellow parents inspiration.
But while a number of group members praised her for her creativity, a number of people criticised her sandwich for being packed with processed meat.