10 Parents Share Bad Stories Of Things They Found On Their Kids’ Social Media



In this day and age, it’s pretty much impossible to avoid letting your kids have access to screens, but these 10 parents are really wishing they would have put more rules in place – or at least managed to be nearby when their kids were getting into (really hilarious to everyone else) trouble.

You can find all of the original posts on this Reddit thread.

#10. I want to know who tried to convince him of this at school. And what they have against England.

“My 9-year-old son’s Google history: ‘Do girls in England poo blood for a month?'”

#9. Just like Jack.

“My little brother was 7 when my mother found his search history was full of naked women. When she confronted him he cried and said he just wanted to be like Jack from Titanic by drawing naked women. He even had a few pages of his attempted drawings.”

#8. And now there are parental controls on that, too, I assume.

“My 10-year-old son’s computer has parental controls, so he was trying to look up ‘sex’ on his Roblox game.”

#7. I’m guessing he didn’t find exactly what he was looking for on that last one.

“When my son was 8 he asked if he could have some ‘alone time’ in the office with my computer. Afterward I looked at his search history: ‘Big boobs,’ ‘little boobs,’ and then ‘hot grils’ which turned up page after page of Weber grills.”

#6. Oh, honey.

“My younger brother thought that when you entered more searches, it deleted your previous searches at some point. So when I looked on his iPad I saw a search for ‘boobs’ followed by a search for ‘cheese.’ And then ‘cheese,’ ‘cheese,’ ‘cheese,’ ‘cheese,’ ‘cheese,’ ‘cheese,’ and so on. So many cheeses!”

#5. A time of bonding none of you will forget.

“When my twins were in elementary school they were looking up The Simpsons and accidentally came across The Simpsons cartoon pornography. The computer was in the living room so I heard them giggling and turned to see two guilty little faces. What a conversation! The sight of Milhouse and Lisa is forever burned into my retinas.”

#4. Poor kid.

“I checked my 11-year-old son’s search history to find a number of interesting questions like: ‘Will my penis disappear when I’m 18?’ and ‘How do I save my penis?’ When I asked him about it he said that some kids at school told him that when boys turn 18 they lose their penis.”

#3. It’s not all sunshine and roses.

“My girls are 8 and 10 and looked up ‘Scooby Doo sex.’ It’s great. Parenting is great. Send help.”

#2. When it works out in your favor.

“My 15-year-old got busted searching for dick-size predictor tests — the kind where it’s based on the measurement of your hand or whatever. The whole family tormented him by taking the tests. Turns out I have the biggest dick in my house, and I’m his mother. 😂”

#1. My main question would be WHY.

“My 7-year-old boy searched for ‘LEGO boobs.’”

You can stop cringing now, it’s over.