This dad sounds like a toxic, entitled nightmare. Dude hires a babysitter who performs the duties as asked, and then has the audacity to not pay them. Completely ridiculous!
We're back with your weekly roundup of the funniest parenting tweets we saw this week. AKA, a collection of parents venting about their little darlings in 280 characters or fewer, to receive consolation from other parents who are also sick of their offspring. Have kids they said, it will be fun they said. Yeah, right! Got an annoying child? Twitter is the place to let it all out!
Parenting is a hoot. Right? I mean why else would people keep having kids? Frankly, it beats me. If only parents were a little more honest with how they felt most of the time, i.e. sleep-deprived, irritated, and covered in baby vomit. these ecards are pretty upfront with how some parents view parenthood, but how many of them do you relate to?
Kids are true delights. Until they're not. You know the drill. Rationally, you know you love your kids unconditionally, but sometimes, just sometimes, they really know how to push your buttons to the max. It's in those moments you really question how deep your love really is for them. These funny parents of Twitter are the voices for all the parents out there who are being driven to the brink of their sanity by their offspring. And in case you missed last week\s funniest parenting tweets of the week, here they are.
Moms and dads who spread the joy of parenting on twitter are my favorite people on earth.
They're exhausted, fed up and mostly, would appreciate a few more hours of sleep, please.
So shout out to those tired people who still make the effort of telling the world how parenting life is all about.
We have some more if you like.
Having kids can really change your life for the better. There's gotta be something incredibly satisfying about raising up a tiny human to (hopefully) one day be a good person and make a positive impact on society. That being said, it's totally understandable that sometimes you just need a damn break from your offspring!
It's the weekend, and if you're a parent, that probably means you're stuck inside with the kids wondering how you're going to entertain the little darlings today. If the thought of it drives you the brink of insanity, then you're not alone; here are this week's funniest parenting tweets from parents everywhere are just as exasperated as you are, despite loving their offspring more than life itself. And here is last week's haul in case you missed them.
Rob Lowe's kids do a phenomenal job at calling out their dad's various (awesome) Instagram posts with Grade A wit and spice. What's more is all this banter in the comments section highlights the fact that Rob Lowe is clearly one of those lovely human beings who doesn't bother with the act of taking himself too seriously.
This guy asked folks on Reddit whether or not he was in the wrong for stranding his roommate with full rent, because he simply couldn't take any more of his roommate's strange rules. The gist of it is that his roommate's girlfriend moved in with them. Said girlfriend seems to have suffered some kind of trauma in the past, and can't stand being caught alone with the guy when her boyfriend isn't around. Considering the uniquely tough time that we're all living through, and how many folks are forced to be at home most of the time, this created quite the conundrum. So, most folks agreed the guy really didn't do anything wrong.
People that go out of their way to leave blatantly false reviews are the absolute worst. They're consciously working to bring down perfectly good business' reputations. It's garbage. Fortunately, this martial arts academy was ready to address the lies with pure masterful class.
Being a parent is a tough gig, and venting about all the hardships it entails is a healthy outlet for the inevitable frustration of the job. And what better place to vent than Twitter, the home of roasts and a place where you'll find the validation, solace, and sympathy you seek from fellow parents. Here are this week's funniest parenting Tweets, and last week's in case you missed them.
Who even has the time to look for memes? It's so tiring and time consuming, and you're a busy a person. If only there was someone who would go through meme pages and compilations and curate a list of the ten best ones, just for you...
As if parenting wasn't already a slightly-gratifying nightmare, the quarantine and home-schooling are making it increasingly difficult to stay sane. If you're suddenly feeling more violent and frustrated than usual, you're not alone. Raising kids is already a full time job. Now there's almost zero time to take care of yourselves. The good news is that you're not alone. And these amusing memes about the trials and tribulations of parenthood are pretty great proof. If you're lucky, they may even elicit a rare laugh from your exhausted body.
Ever wondered what would have happened if kids will write screenplays? Brutally honest, funny, sometimes naive screenplays? Well, a new Facebook page called Kids R the best screenwriters takes real quotes from real kids, present them as scenes from a play and adds brilliant illustrations to add some extra fun.
Here are some of the best quotes we found there, you are more than welcome to send them you kid (or grandson) quote and be featured there.