With Mother's Day right around the corner, it's a good idea to tell your mom you love her. Go ahead, she's done a lot for you. If you're the son of Heather Sitarzewski though, you might have to give a little extra love. Wonderful soul Heather turns her son's lunches into amazing pieces of art.
Hands up who used to ditch their Mom's sandwiches on the way to school? In Japan, lunch boxes come with inbuilt videos showing the hapless parent slaving away in the kitchen, preparing the lunchtime feast. Definition of a guilt-trip, if ever I saw one.
Equally important to the food you eat is how it's presented. Especially if that food is peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and baby carrots, and you're carrying it to school day after day. That's the importance of the all-mighty lunchbox.
If you're like me, you probably have an old, broken-down NES somewhere in your house, gathering dust while you try to decide whether you should keep it for nostalgia's sake. How about turning it into a lunchbox, which will allow you to bring those warm early gaming memories with you to work or school every day?…
Bananas are among the more delicate fruits, in need of protection inside a lunchbox or backpack. If you're a banana aficionado like we are, you'll need the Banana Guard, a hard plastic case for those phallic fruits that will keep those icky brown bruises away. Hey, BananaGuard also makes a great Halloween costume for…
Do you play a ukulele? Do you like lunchboxes? If you answered "Yes" to those two questions and are over the age of 10, you are probably never going to be on the cover of GQ Magazine. Nevertheless, Box-A-Lele combines your two favorite hobbies to form the LunchBox-A-Lele, which is exactly what it sounds like.