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Chris Pratt's pancake skills dissed by his own son

Published 15/07/2016

Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt

The Jurassic World star apparently lacks skills in the breakfast department

Actor Chris Pratt failed to impress his three-year-old son Jack with his Donald Duck pancake cuisine.

The Jurassic World star, who shares the little boy with his actress wife Anna Faris, prepared a special breakfast for his child in hopes he'd be super excited to see one of his favourite cartoon characters represented in the pancake.

But in a video of the moment posted on Pratt's Instagram Thursday (14Jul16), baby Jack made it clear the dish was subpar.

"Jack, what do you think of your Donald Duck pancake?” Chris asked his child, engendering the response: "It doesn’t look like Donald Duck."

Chris was so surprised by the breakfast diss, he needed further clarification, asking, "What do you mean?", with Jack deadpanning: "Daddy, look at it."

The superstar's kid then went on to express the lacklustre presentation was down to the fact Chris' pancake Donald had no tail.

Still bemused by the whole incident while posting the sweet interaction, Chris wrote in the caption to the video he shared: "dad /dad/ noun informal One's father Verb 'Chris made a Donald Duck pancake that was basically a perfect photo copy of the picture he saw online and his son Jack refused to see the resemblance, probably out of spite or a deep seeded jealousy of his father's pancake skills, regardless Chris continued to dad. (sic)"

All jokes aside, Pratt has previously demonstrated his devotion to staying healthy by managing his diet after shedding the portly figure he sported on TV show Parks and Recreation in favour of a beefier physique. And January (16), the star announced he is planning to only consume meat he hunts himself for a while.

"I mean I'll also eat veggies and fruit and other stuff too," he wrote on Instagram. "But for one year I want to eat only the meats that were caught or killed by me or my friends. Total free range organic wild game! The game plan. Join me. I mean I'm gonna still eat eggs and probably chicken and probably steak I mean I gotta have steak and oysters and definitely bacon. But other than that. And the occasional burger for a cheat meal."

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