If you’re a parent, you know that it’s easier to find the humor in life on some days than others. Life, it can get you down – if you let it.
If you’re trying not to get dragged down today, don’t worry – these 12 parents know what you need, and they’re bringing the funny!
12. Fix it?
Are you saying there’s a problem?
My total was $129 at target and my kid was like “I can put this back” lmao GIRL $1.29 for your snickers bar isn’t gonna fix this 😂
— hazel (@mamahaaze) May 3, 2020
11. That’s a lot of cleaning.
I love how she just side-stepped the naked kid.
Isolation’s going well pic.twitter.com/XqY58BC8aC
— Clare 🍀💚🍀 (@clare_doc) March 19, 2020
10. It’s important to speak their language.
So you know where you stand.
Every time I tell my daughter I love her, she responds with, “I love daddy,” which is toddler speak for go fuck yourself, mama. Hashtag blessed.
— Mommy Uncensored (@amomuncensored) August 29, 2020
9. Maths are hard for some people!
We can’t all be geniuses.
My daughter split 96 in half and got a number in the 400s…
IF YOU GOT 6 FCKIN APPLES
— Spark 🔌 (@SparKLeShiNes) May 3, 2020
8. I legit snorted.
I wonder how long that one is going to last.
My son asked me what does WiFi stand for & I told him it's named after its inventor William Filliam
— joe heenan (@joeheenan) May 2, 2020
7. I would also like the address.
It seems like that was an easier way to do things.
Does anyone have directions to that village everyone says will raise my children?
It sounds wonderful.
— Not Your Trending Mom (@notyrtrendngmom) July 2, 2020
6. Always ask clarifying questions.
Rookie mistake right there.
My 5-year-old asked me what a poop hole does. After an impromptu lesson on the digestive system, I realized he actually said “pupil.”
Next lesson: Enunciation
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) August 26, 2020
5. Unless she’s Snow White.
And honestly, even she didn’t try to tame a bear.
My son asked my 7yo how she would survive a bear attack and she replied she would try to be his friend, thus making her the most adorable of my children but also the least likely to survive an encounter with an actual bear.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) September 24, 2019
4. They will cry over anything.
My daughter is crying because her sister farted and I sprayed air freshener before she had a chance to sniff it. I’m raising savages.
— Rhyming Mama (@sarabellab123) July 3, 2020
3. You never know if you don’t try.
That’s definitely what s/he was thinking.
My teenager thinks we live in a hotel now! pic.twitter.com/tsK48qt3VU
— Gerry Dee (@gerrydee) April 1, 2020
2. I think any of them.
That’s the right answer, right?
Can anyone recommend a good wine that pairs well with a teenager's shitty attitude?
— Rodney Lacroix (@RodLacroix) July 27, 2019
1. Oh my god.
I’m dying, as well.
love shack just came on and my son asked “is that john mulaney?” i’m crying
— ceeks (@70Ceeks) March 5, 2020
One day maybe one of my own tweets will make a list like this.
Wouldn’t that be fun?