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Mum Sparks Debate After Sharing 'Subliminal Messages' To Her Toddler

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Mum Sparks Debate After Sharing 'Subliminal Messages' To Her Toddler

A mum has sparked debate online after posting a photo of her son's dinner - with a 'subliminal message'.

Writing on a parenting group on Facebook, the mum shared the image of her son's food, which featured three fish dippers and a series of potato letters. But the mum had arranged the letters very specifically, to spell out 'a**e hole'.

"Anybody else try to send subliminal messages to their two year old? Just me then," she wrote on the group.

You can see the snap below for yourself!

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And heaps of followers found the post hilarious, with many mums able to totally relate to the joke remark.

Others however, were less than impressed, with some claiming it was 'rude' or 'harmful'.

What do you think?!

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The mum spelt out a 'subliminal message' (Credit: Shutterstock)
The mum spelt out a 'subliminal message' (Credit: Shutterstock)

In other parenting news, this week we told you how YouTubers Nikki and Dan Phillippi have sparked debate after giving up adopting a child from Thailand after learning the child wouldn't be allowed on social media.

Nikki told followers how the country has "unique laws" which remain in place for 12 months after the child is adopted.

"After you pick up your child, they are your child but you are not allowed to talk about them or share any images, photos, videos, anything about them online for a year," she says.

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"I mean Nikki's got a YouTube channel and we share a whole lot," Dan then adds.

"When that hit we literally were like 'Oh what?'" says Nikki.

In other parenting news, this week we told you how Youtubers Nikki and Dan Phillippi have sparked debate (Credit: YouTube/ Nikki Phillippi)
In other parenting news, this week we told you how Youtubers Nikki and Dan Phillippi have sparked debate (Credit: YouTube/ Nikki Phillippi)

"So we were like going round the houses like trying to figure out how this could work like 'Hashtag baby blur face.

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"What are we gonna do? Dan's like, 'Maybe we could deal with that for a year?'

"We're like alright, let's pray about it, let's sleep on it and then let's see how we feel in the morning."

The couple concluded that after talking to loved ones, adoption wasn't right for them.

You can read more about that here.

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock

Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink, Motherhood, Parenting, Tasty

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