I am still packing the menfolk in this family off to work with a lunch bag, to reduce contact with people and it is by far less costly. I make the lunches the night before as YS has an early start 5-6.00am
Depending on how I'm feeling I'll say I'm off to make the butties, rather than sandwiches, or I'll do your 'snappin' box, which makes me wonder.
We say "bacon butties" but sandwiches for anything else. Never heard of snappin either, lunch box here. OH takes one everyday too, because of the expense. But..he doesn't have sandwiches in it, he has fruit, crisps and a pie or scotch egg or a pasty He hasn't been able to take a member in his van since March and theres strict rules for going to breakdowns still.
There is a lot to be said for being part of a group, and the support and friendship that is gained from this.
Sunny, there used to be coal mines around Sheffield and Chesterfield.I I that the metal tins that miners carried their food in would make a snap sound when they were closed, hence the word snap. I don't recall dad ever working down the pit, I suppose had could have done before I was born.
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