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Creative Dad Turns Children's Animal Drawings Into Reality And It's Hilarious

Things I Have Drawn is an Instagram account where father-of-two and book author Tom Curtis shares kid's drawings from all over the world. But that's not all – he decided that it would be more fun to bring those cute, childish doodles into the real life. The result is both funny and terrifying at the same time.

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28 Dads Share Their Best "Don't Tell Your Mother" Moments

These dads found themselves in the middle of some hilarious "don't tell your mother" moments. Sometimes, at a young age a pact develops between kids and their fathers, who just want to continue getting away with ridiculous things that are all kinds of lazy. Yes, looking at you anti-clothes ironing dad. Your game will only last for so long. 

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33 Hilarious Gems From Twitter's Favorite Dad

If you've ever been on our site, chances are that you're familiar with our affection for dad jokesand amusing parenting tidbits. James Breakwell's Twitteris a beautiful amalgam of both. We dare you not to smile at these funky tweets.

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23 Hardcore Dad-Isms Culled From The Depths Of Twitter

Most humans with senses of humor can appreciate a good dad joke. They'll either make you laugh or roll your eyes - both reactions are strangely satisfying. Dad expert and Twitter personality @thedad has been dropping tweets that exemplify sh*t Dads say, and the rest of the social media site decided to follow in kind. The results will leave you feeling personally attacked whether or not you're an actual father.

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Millennials Aren't The Worst Generation When Compared To Historical Disciplinary Records, Says This Twitter Thread

It's a tradition that the older generations have to hate on the younger generations for absolutely any reason they can think of. Doesn't matter what for, because it was just "better back in the day," in their logic. 

Self-described "recovering academic" Jenny Bann pulled up some hilariously enlightening historical records of the behavioral problems exhibited by 18th century male students in Scotland. 

Let's just say they're...less than wholesome and make Millennials look angelic in comparison.

Funny and informative Twitter thread about the behavioral issues of 18th century students
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Kid Asks Mom Too Many Questions About Her Divorce, Learns They Played Instrumental Role In Separation

This 21-year-old recounts a truly traumatizing experience where they ended up "ratting out" their mom for cheating on their dad who was on away on military stuff. Apparently the guy staying with his cheating mom was claiming to play a role of "protector" while their dad was away. Talk about swinging low, man. That's just terrible. 

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29 Moments That Prove Kids Are Funny Creatures

Some people grow out of it, some don't. Children are stupid idiots. Sure, they're just learning everything about the world for the first time, but hot damn are they dumb as rocks for a while there. We were dumb too. We're still dumb, but we can do long division and drive, so that's pretty good. 

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7-Year-Old Tries To Label Memes And The Results Are Freaking Hysterical

Amazing things happen when you give kids a task that requires some amount of cultural context, such as labeling popular memes. Obviously, kids can't possibly know all of the pop culture references that, say, a Millennial knows. 

We've gotta say that these versions might be even better than anything that most of us adults could come up with.

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Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to buy all the stuff on your Amazon Wish List that you didn’t get for the holidays. Security? Thumb-Print Verification. Tools? Your sleeping mother’s thumb.

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Sorry, Ethan Hunt. This mission belongs to 6-year-old Ashlynd Howell.

In a piece about how online shopping is killing Christmas shopping from The Wall Street Journal, the paper breezed over a tidbit about future world-leader Ashlynd Howell, writing:

"While Bethany Howell napped on the couch last week, her daughter Ashlynd, 6 years old, used her mother’s thumb to unlock her phone and open the Amazon app. “$250 later, she has shopped for all her Christmas presents on Amazon,” said Ms. Howell, of Little Rock, Ark."

Surprisingly, The Wall Street Journal buried the lead on a story that was probably written in 1997 because online shopping is killing the holidays and not this:

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Anyway, Ashlynd made the most of her shopping spree, purchasing 13 Pokémon or Pokémon-related items. She was, reportedly, “really proud of herself.”

H/T Huffington Post

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It can be hard to find a good therapist, so sometimes you just have to take what you can get. In New York City, look no farther than the subway.

Taking a page right out of Peanuts, this 11-year-old is offering emotional advice in a Brooklyn, NY subway station for $2 a pop. Ciro Ortiz, a 6th grader from Brooklyn, might not have the qualifications to offer therapy, but that hasn’t stopped him from stop him from laying out some hard truths, like telling this dude who’s bummed that his girlfriend is vegan to “deal with it.”

 

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According to the New York Post, Ciro has brings in about $50 on a good day, and that’s with office hours between 12pm and 2pm. Imagine if he expanded. That’s not likely to happen, though. Ciro, who hates school, has plans to become a video-game developer.

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Wise beyond his years, the Post got a little advice of their own from Ciro.

The most common problem he’s seen, Ciro said, is adults having trouble dealing with change.

“They feel a certain way in the past and when they look [back] in hindsight, they say things were so much better back then,” he said.

His advice? “We have to accept [change]. It’s going to happen — it’s always going to happen. Life is always changing.”

H/T Gothamist

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The display of Nick from Zootopia had only been up for an hour at the LEGO Expo in Ningbo, China before a chinese boy decided to push it over.

Zhao, the artist who spent three days piecing together the Zootopia figure, said he was heartbroken but declined compensation. Noting that the child had not meant to destroy LEGO Nick.

All in all, the life size LEGO figurine is estimated to cost more than 100,000 yuan ($15,170).