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Amazing foods happen when you give kids a job that requires some amount of cultural circumstance, 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.
We realize that all of you parents out there love the kids , but sometimes you just need a little break from them just to drink a glass of wine and watch some damn TV without being interrupted every five seconds by someone’s relentless whining.
We hope these relatable memes can help you unwind a little!
Spending time on social media may kill the soul. That’s why we will soulless content minions have make the time and effort to collect these fresh tweets for your perusing pleasure. Why problem yourself to idiocy when you can avoid it all by scrolling through vaguely amusing tweets right here.
Most people on TV make parenting look easy, but these memes reveal the truth behind raising your little bundles of joy. Temper tantrums, exhaustion, and repeating yourself over. And over. And over. And over again. Here’s to you, parents. We don’t know how you do it.
Twitter user (and exhausted parent) @scottlincicome took to Twitter after a particularly harrowing set of dessert negotiations with his children on July 8, 2019. His jokey tweet asked Twitter to ask him anything about the exchange with his kids, and the thread turned into a sort of bonding session for parents who could relate. The tweets might not be for everyone, but if you’ve ever caved for your spawn, you’ll appreciate the anecdotes.
In case you thought your in-laws were bad, just wait until you read this story because man is it a bad one. And by bad we mean terribly entertaining. Tragically, the Redditor deleted the original post, but lucky for us Twitter user @JakeMHS dug it up for our enjoyment.
So strap in for a wild ride, people!
Matthew Green got a little more than he bargained for when he tweeted that his son wanted to dye his hair blue, but only if Green would also do it. Another Twitter user replied saying that if Green were to follow through with it, they would donate $300 to RAICES, an organization that provides free and low-cost legal services to immigrants and refugees.
Sometimes you gotta make yourself look stupid in the name of a good cause!
As we grow older we start to understand why parents occasionally lie to their kids; 1.) because it’s funny as hell, and 2.) because sometimes you just don’t have the patience to explain things to someone who will either not fully understand or throw a temper tantrum over it.
These poor Twitter users are describing the ridiculous lies their parents told them as kids!
Keanu Reeves memes are popping up all over the internet. His appearance at E3, tragic past, and roles in beloved movies such as John Wick have given him a wholesome hero status, at least on the internet. A new crop of memes is adding some weirdly cute and decidedly dank edge to this role. The memes rely on a photoshopped image of the actor that makes him look extremely short, and it’s being used in some seriously hilarious and relatable ways.
We think many people would agree that parenting is the hardest job out there. If you’re thinking about having kids, it’s important to see both the positive aspects of raising kids and the tougher parts!
But at the end of the day and after all of the hardships, most parents would probably say that parenting can be incredibly rewarding!
Did anyone else watch The Fairly Oddparents growing up? If not, it was another one of Nickelodeon’s clever masterpieces riddled with adult jokes that, as kids, we just didn’t fully understand – similarly to Spongebob. Now as we look back on the show as adults, we can laugh at all of the moments we missed!
Over the past week Twitter has been blowing up with a very specific meme, one featuring one photo of a crying woman, and another of Ms. Juicy from Little Women: Atlanta staring blankly, looking thoroughly unimpressed. While completely unrelated, the photos are being used to illustrate the experience of explaining something passionately to your very uninterested (or unwavering) mother, or in some cases, a pet. We’re just upset that we had to relive the experience of begging for stuff from the Scholastic book fair.
If you’re already a parent then you’ll know very well that it’s just a fact of life that kids will have total meltdowns over the dumbest crap. They’re just kids after all – their brains aren’t developed enough to fully articulate what it is they want, or to understand why certain things are the way they are. Just remember that if you’re someone who’s thinking about having kids, you’ll have to deal with this on the reg!
Click here for more hilarious pics of kids freaking out over totally mundane things!