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One of his latest tweets was the following:
What are the best snacks during sacrament meeting? (That you’ve either seen someone eat or eaten yourself)
— Things Mormons Like (@TheMormonLikes) March 2, 2018
Some of the responses were expected – fruit snacks, cheerios, and goldfish. But pizza?
We couldn’t pass up sharing some of the funniest responses – though I do question whether they are all real. But, I’ll let you be the judge.
This tweet below – I’m lovin’ it!
I saw a family with 6 kids and each of them had a hot happy meal 💀
— CHANEY. (@chaneygirl_) March 2, 2018
Tell me I’m not the only one that can relate to this one:
Let’s be honest, the best thing is when you “accidentally” grab two pieces of bread…for double the blessings of course… 😂😂😂
— Di Mondo (@dimondo81) March 2, 2018
I’m not sure what the “bonus of having a purpose” means, but it sounds legit:
Mints from Olive Garden, they’re chocolate but have the bonus of having a purpose so people can’t get mad at you for eating them.
— Kathryn Cox (@kattyrincox) March 2, 2018
If ye are prepared, ye shall not fear, right?
once witnessed a toddler eating cooked rotini noodles out of a Tupperware container
— daphne bradyn (@momaesthetic_) March 2, 2018
Sharing is caring:
Yep. I definitely ate some of my sons peanut m&ms in sacrament meeting last week. No worries tho, we both waited until after the sacrament to partake.
— Mia (@miahein36) March 2, 2018
I’ve noticed a growing water bottle trend in meetings. There was a little debate about the appropriateness of adults eating food or drinking in Sacrament Meeting:
For me personally, I am better able to show respect to Him when my stomach's not growling and I'm not thinking about what I'm going to eat afterwards. I also bring a water bottle and keep myself hydrated. To each his own I guess.
— Mark Lindstrom (@marklindy7000) March 2, 2018
If you’ve ever had to vacuum up crumbs, here is the culprit:
Mini Ritz Cracker Sandwiches either with cheese filling or peanut butter filling.
— Just~a~Neil (@theskillskid) March 2, 2018
Like a ninja:
PB&J cut into 4ths. Good for little ones and can fit a whole one in adult mouth.
— Momma Teresa (@superbass72) March 2, 2018
Better ingredients, better behavior?
I have literally seen someone get up in the middle of sacrament and come back 5min later with an entire box of pizza then slowly pass the box around until every child has gotten a slice (lots of children) https://t.co/RLXpR61M3k
— Miles (@emilyjoymiles) March 2, 2018
What is the most unique food item you have brought to church? Let us know in the comments below – and hopefully those snacks are nourishing and strengthening your bodies!