私のベーコンクッキーを一箱全部食べちゃったのは誰！？ — Can you read this sentence and understand what it means?
…just so you know, Mami ( @mamimumason ) will be so upset if you did this to her😠 (and I will be too!)
You’d better keep reading and figure out what this is about so that you don’t piss Mami off!
私 LV.14: A pronoun for “I” or “me.”
ベーコン: Bacon AKA Mami’s favorite thing🥓
一 LV.1: One.
箱 LV.16: Box.
全部 LV.16: All, Entire or Whole.
食べる LV.6: To eat.
誰 LV.43: Who.
Let’s break it down!
When の (a particle for the possession) comes after 私, it becomes “my” or “mine.” So it means “my bacon cookie.”
This explains how much bacon cookie, which is “a whole box.” Also, 一箱’s read as ひとはこ or いっぱこ.
A casual way to say 食べてしまった.
Compared to the normal past tense 食べた, 食べてしまった implies the action is unfortunate or happened by accident.
This 誰 meaning “who” is the subject of the sentence. The question mark at the end makes it more clear, but the sentence is asking “Who?”
わたしのベーコンクッキーを ひとはこぜんぶ たべちゃったのは だれ！？
Who ate the whole box of my bacon cookies?
How did you do? It’s devastating when somebody eats your favorite food… food that you were saving for yourself (and even put your name on), right?