We’ve all done it: picked up something off the supermarket shelf thinking it was something completely different.
Like buying skim milk instead of whole milk. Or purchasing a packet of adult diapers instead of overnight pads.
But one Sydney mum’s shopping mistake really takes the cake.
Tania Toomey was just trying to buy some snacks for her kids to take to school, when she spotted a packet of Scooby-Doo branded biscuits next to the Tiny Teddies in the biscuit aisle of her local supermarket.
Totally delicious, right?
“Put in lunch boxes and kids came home and said ‘yuck they are disgusting’,” she wrote on Facebook.
It was then that Tania realised her mistake: she had actually bought and fed her children a packet of treats meant for dogs instead of biscuits.
Luckily, the Scooby Snacks are "human friendly", and contains ingredients like margarine, sugar, carob chocolate, rolled oats and egg.
And while the snacks are labelled "pet food only" and promise to promote "skin and coat health" while "treating your pet as you train them", it's easy to see how the child-friendly cartoon character on the packet can be a little... confusing.