We’re hearing a lot from parents these days about how much togetherness is too much togetherness. We’ve got no alone time, no privacy, it turns out our kids aren’t joys to have in class, and our bosses have no kids and can’t figure out why our productivity has dropped.

At least stores and restaurants can deliver booze.

But what if you’re a kid who has had enough family time, has no end in sight, and can’t drink?

Think about the children!

13. I’m not sure that’s how it works.

But I’ll take the quiet time, sucker.

12. The smart-aleck is strong with this one.

Also, his shoes are A+.

My kid came downstairs in the same pajamas he’d been wearing for three days so I told him to go change
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11. No one is in the mood for it, okay?

Literally no one in the entire world.


10. Just a little?

Wait a few more months, kid. We’re going to be insane.

9. There must be a caveat to the whole “unforgivable” thing.

Like if you’ve been stuck inside with your family for weeks on end.

8. I hope your fake drinking skills are on point.

Otherwise, you definitely drank toilet water.

7. What are you, some kind of idiot?

And you’re supposed to be in charge!?

6. The kid thought he was being clever but he didn’t know.

The depths of our current despair are astonishing.

5. She’s taking it to the next level.

Teenagers have been prepping for this moment for years.

4. You fell for it.

Maybe you wanted to, just to pass the time.

3. When you know you shouldn’t laugh, but…

It’s the apocalypse. There are no rules.

One of my kids put whiteout on my soup can. Not even mad.
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2. Okay but that’s funny. I don’t care who you are.

Yes, even if you’re a mom with chin hair.

1. See, he gets it. No rules.

Don’t be mad you didn’t think of it first.

These kids need to set up a Zoom happy hour of their own with juice boxes and Cheez-its and no adults allowed.

If it will give me 30 minutes of time to myself…

I’ll set it all up myself…