A mum momentarily sparked concern online after putting what looked a lot like cigarettes her her little daughter's lunchbox.
Parents had to do a double take after she posted a snap on Facebook.
The Australian showed off the lunches she made for her daughter, eight, and son, 13.
It included a healthy mix of fruit, snacks and wraps – bit there was one item that got left people asking questions.
It was the "white and brown things" which really got other parents talking – but all soon became clear.
The mum said they were actually "Pocky Sticks" which she'd snapped in half so they fit in.
She posted: "Miss, 8, is having movie day in school and having pizza. She just need to pack fruits and snacks."
The she added: "Sir, 13, and Mr OldBoy having Honey Soy Chicken Salad Wrap Yoghurt Fruits N Snacks."
That's when people starting asking some questions.
"I thought the white and brown things were cigarettes at first glance," one person commented on her post.
Another was confused too, saying: "I thought they were cigs too."
A third added: "I was like why has miss 8 got ciggys in her lunch box."
Previously, a mum shared a clever hack that keeps kids' lunchbox sandwiches fresh for a week.
Meanwhile, a teacher enraged parents by saying that "gherkins aren't veg".
In other news, parents were 'furious' at strict lunchbox rules that ban Dairy Milk but allow crisps.
And previously, a mum was lunchbox shamed by parents who say 4-year-olds only eat chicken nuggets.
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