As nurses, we all know the perils of leaving your lunchbox laden with yummy goodies in the staffroom fridge.
One solution may be to pack one of these human organ transplant lunchboxes available from Think Geek.

Well, OK, this is unlikely to deter any pilfering medical staff (and may actually attract them) but you will look pretty cool walking out of the hospital after work, no?

And for the ultimate in nurses snacks, you might want to pack your new lunch container with one of these anatomically correct bleeding heart cupcakes that ooze cherry and blackcurrant blood made by Lily Vanilly.
Now that is a cake fit for a nurse,
Best you don’t leave it for the bus ride home ( warning: explicit photo).

4 Responses to “nurses lunchbox wow.”

  1. LOVE IT! Can’t stop giggling…

  2. I want one!!! where do u get it from?

  3. The Lunch Box would be a fantastic Secret Santa Prezzie, sure to get a laugh out of the lucky recipiant!!

  4. OMG, I love it! I’m not in the medical field, just have a warped sense of humor, but I want one of those cakes!

    BTW, gods bless you and your fellow nurses for what you do!

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