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Funny Rants From Parents About How Useless It Is To Yell At Their Kids

Parenting isn't easy at the best of times. Ask any parent, and they'll tell you. But when your kid is acting up, throwing a tantrum in public, or just misbehaving at home, yelling at them is the easiest and most cathartic way of handling the situation. But, we all know deep down that yelling at our kids probably isn't the best way to go about things because it only upsets them more and shows a total lack of control on our part. But we'll keep doing it because we're only human, so if you ever feel guilty for yelling at your kids, at least you know you're not alone. These hilarious tweets from parents show the dichotomy of whether or not to yell at your kids.

Funny Rants From Parents About How Useless It Is To Yell At Their Kids | thumbnail text - WTFDAD ... @daddydoubts It's important not to yell at your children. Even if you're frustrated it's our responsibility to- FOR F'. CKS SAKE I TOLD YOU A THOUSAND TIMES DONT EAT RASPBERRIES ON THE COUCH THEY STAIN GODDAMN IT -remain calm and be the voice of reason. 4:58 PM · Aug 28, 2019 Twitter for iPhone
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Parents Reveal Their Kids Funny Reactions To Learning About How Babies Are Made

Every parent dreads the day when their kids ask how babies are made. The birds and the bees chat is one that parents try to put off as long as physically possible because no one wants to deal with the awkward questions their kids will inevitably follow it with. Their kids will mainly ask questions involving their own sex life, and no parent wants to discuss that with their children. However, some kids take it in their stride, whereas others don't take it so well. These parents show us just how bad it can go and confirms why it's one of the most dreaded of all parenting moments.

Parents document funny reaction from their kids about learning about birds and the bees | thumbnail text - SCOTT WARNER . Just had the & u chat with my 9 yr old son... Here are a few of his quotes: "You and mom are disgusting!" "When did you guys do this?" "I will never do that!" "Did you throw up Dad?" "I don't want kids anymore!" I've never seen a more disgusted child in my life.
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It's Pretty Clear That Kids Should Be In Charge Of Naming Everything

Anyone who has kids will relate to learning a whole different language when it comes to the names kids give things. Children see the world from a fresh, pure perspective that adults just don't have, which means they will call something in whatever way makes sense for them. Their creativity knows no bounds, and these hilarious tweets from parents about the names their kids have given things prove it. Why shouldn't deodorant be called armpit makeup? Why shouldn't badminton rackets be called ball trampolines? Kids are descriptive beings, and they think in a way that just makes sense. Do your kids have any hilarious names for everyday objects?



proof that kids should be in charge of naming everything | thumbnail text - Stephen Amell @StephenAmell ... My daughter calls deodorant "armpit makeup". You're welcome. 2:43 PM · May 29, 2018 · Twitter for iPhone 4,404 Retweets 191 Quote Tweets 33.7K Likes
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Parents Recall The Creepy And Disturbing Things Their Kids Have Done

Kids can be little angels, but they can also be total sh*ts. Any parent can attest that sometimes kids misbehave to the point where they briefly consider disowning them, even though deep down, they adore them. But when your kid does something weird, creepy, or disturbing, the reasons for wanting to disown them can be on a whole new level. Whether it's making comments that suggest they lived a past life, seeing them sleepwalk into dangerous situations, or seeing a weirdly violent side to them, these parents recall the bizarre things their kids did that made them rethink the whole parenting thing.




parents recall the creepiest things their kids have ever done | thumbnail text - Niteryder007 · 1d My 12 year old will occasionally scream while sleeping. It makes your hair stand up when you get woke from a deep sleep. I have also woken up in the middle of the night to see him standing right next to my bed. Sometimes just facing the wall or staring at me. He is always "sleep walking" and I can escort him back to bed. Trouble is, I never know how long he has been up. He never remembers any of it
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Freshest Batch Of Funniest Parenting Tweets From This Week

Each week we bring you a fresh collection of some of the funniest parenting tweets we came across over the past seven days because funny parents are worth celebrating. It's no easy feat to keep a bunch of tiny humans alive, especially when they drive you absolutely and totally batsh*t crazy during the process. It's crazy how you can love a person so much that you'd die for them but want to murder them the next minute because they've just taken your expensive lipstick and drawn all over the wall with it. Welcome to parenting. Scroll through this batch of parenting funnies and then head over to last week's batch in case you missed it.



funniest parenting tweets we saw this week - thumbnail | Text - Anna ... @AnnaDoesntWant2 The craziest thing about being a mom is how we'll make friends with anyone who lives near us and has kids the same age. You just killed a lady and turned her hair into a wig for your grandma? No thanks. Wait, did you say your kid is 3? Mine too! Come for dinner on Friday at 5:00? 7:45 PM Jul 3, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone 42 Retweets 3 Quote Tweets 238 Likes
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Smartass Kids Who Outsmarted The Adults In The Room

Part of growing up means thinking you always know best despite only being a child. We know that just because you're an adult doesn't always mean you know best, but usually, it does. However, sometimes kids master the art of being intelligent little things and outsmart the adults in the room. When that happens, it's time for the adults to do that very, very embarrassing walk of shame that occurs after a kid annihilates you. These kids are the sassiest around and know how to get a one-up on adults, much to the embarrassment of their moms, dads, teachers, and any other grown-up they meet. Check out these ruthless kids who outsmarted their adults and who ought to bring along some aloe for the burn.

smartass kids who outsmarted the adults in the room | thumbnail text - Megan @megan_coe She looks so sweet but today a woman asked her what her name was and she replied "Buttcrack" sO. I told my nephew, he could eat half my grapes. TTT TechnicallyTheTruth by mnsingh367 个5@ 86% O 3m
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Funniest Parenting Tweets We Saw This Week

Kids are true angels until they're not. Sure, you might love your kids unconditionally, but sometimes, just sometimes, they really know how to push your buttons. It's in those moments that you really question how deep your love 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 here are last week\s funniest parenting tweets of the week in case you missed them.



sarcastic tweets from parents who are so over parenting | thumbnail text - Arianna Bradford @thearibradford I love when I mention getting frustrated with my kids and someone's like "have you tried TALKING to your kids?" Omg thank you you visionary and here l've been communicating with f cking charades silly me 10:12 PM · Jun 29, 2021 · CoSchedule 85 Retweets 1 Quote Tweet 635 Likes
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Kids Roast Their Parents With Brutal One-Liners

Having kids always comes with the risk that one day they'll be old enough to start being sassy little sh*ts. The one-liners that kids deliver can be absolutely brutal, and these parents are getting a little taste of what's to come in their kid's teenage years. Parenting isn't easy, and kids are the most difficult thing about it. These funny tweets of kids roasting their parents and siblings show how much of a blast nightmare having kids is.

Kids Roast Their Parents With Brutal One-Liners | thumbnail text - Оpal @PamCamp60217334 Replying to @JessicaValenti When I turned 40 I wanted to go blonde. Unfortunately my brunette hair didnt take it well. When my 8 YO daughter got off the bus that day the first thing she said was "I hope you can wash that out". 11:32 PM · Jan 18, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone
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Savage Truth Bombs Every Parent Wishes They Could Say About Their Kids

Most parents will attest to their kids being their biggest miracles, the lights of their life, and the reasons they push through every single day. However, let's not pretend that they can't be a little sh*ts sometimes as well. Parenting isn't easy, and while we're showing off all the good parts on social media and bragging to our friends about our children's achievements, deep down, we want to kill them. Just kidding. Sort of. Not really. These tweets pretty much summarise what every parent is thinking but doesn't always have the guts to say.


Savage Truth Bombs Every Parent Wishes They Could Say About Their Kids | thumbnail text - Marcy G @BunAndLeggings Being a stay at home parent can be lonely and frustrating because the only people you get to talk to all day poop their pants and are complete assholes. 1:13 AM · Aug 6, 2019 · Twitter for Android 153 Retweets 8 Quote Tweets 998 Likes
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Dads Who Are Lowkey Sick Of Their Kids

It's almost Father's Day, which means it's time to celebrate all the dads out there and all the incredible work they do raising their kids. But instead of being all sentimental and cute about it, we thought we'd acknowledge the less wholesome moments of parenting that dads endure daily. Anyone with kids knows how most days feel like losing a never-ending battle, so to all the dads out there just doing their best—and by best, we mean trying not to kill their kids—we acknowledge you, appreciate you, and love you. Here are some of the funniest dad tweets we saw this week from dads who are just trying to hold it together.






funniest dad tweets of the week | Thumbnail text - Rodney Lacroix @RodLacroix If it's Sunday night and you're not just finding out about a school project that's due tomorrow are you really even a parent? 3:21 AM Jun 14, 2021 · Twitter for iPad
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Funny Parenting Tweets That Hit Where It Hurts

Parents, we take out hats off to you; you have the most challenging job in the world because raising tiny humans is a tough gig. It's a 24/7 deal, with absolutely no time off, however sleep-deprived and frazzled you are. Luckily, Twitteris there for parents to come together to rant about the joys trials and tribulations joys of being a parent. Whether you're a new parent, a veteran, or somewhere in between, your struggles always feel more manageable when you know someone else is going through the same thing. This week's funniest parenting tweets serve up all the parenting humor you need, and here are last week's in case you missed them.




funniest parenting tweets of the week - thumbnail | Text - Vision Bored @VisionBored 1 I was out with my sons and my youngest started crying because he wanted a box of tampons thinking it was candy. My middle son yelled, "Those aren't candy, they're TAMPONS for Mommy's WIENER!" My oldest screamed, "Mommy doesn't have a WIENER she has a VAGINA!" Wear a condom. 3:41 PM · May 31, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone 637 Retweets 72 Quote Tweets 7,015 Likes
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People Reveal The Most Disturbing Things They Did When They Were Children

Childhood is when you discover who you are, how the world works, and the rules of social norms. It's a time for exploration and experimentation and learning. But even during this stage of life, where people are given the most leeway, kids still cross the line and do some pretty messed up things. Sometimes they get away with it, and sometimes they don't, but you can bet they'll never forget the times they did weird sh*t. A Reddit thread that asked people to reveal some of the most disturbing things they did as kids revealed that if you think your past is dark, someone else's is darker. Here are some of the most messed-up examples we saw.

people reveal the most disturbing things they did when they were children | thumbnail text - cspill551 · 3d When I was 5 years old in preschool I was sitting next to a girl I didn't like during a movie. The lights were off and we were all huddled around. I don't know how I even thought of this, but I bit myself in the arm and screamed saying she bit me. The other little girl was put in timeout and I thought I was in the clear until the teacher's assistant told the teacher what actually happened.
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Funny Parenting Tweets That Hit Way Too Hard

Parenting is full of moments that make you want to laugh, cry, jump off a cliff, and everything in between. That's why Tweeting about it can be a great (and cheap) form of therapy, as well as a way to get as much sympathy as you can from fellow parents. Every week we bring you the funniest parenting tweets we saw on Twitter because nothing is funnier than frustrated parents. And you can enjoy last week's funniest parenting tweets when you're done with these.



funniest parenting tweets of the week - thumbnail | Text - Sarae @LoveSarae One time I faked died in front of Micah to see what he would do and he said "oh no, mummy died". Then SAT ON MY HEAD and continued playing on his iPad. I taught him how to dial 999 that day. 12:59 PM · May 24, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone 2,713 Retweets 215 Quote Tweets 27.8K Likes
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People Embarrassingly Confess The Things They Believed As Kids

As kids, we see the world through rose-tinted glasses, with a naively idealized view of pretty everything. But then we grow up, the bubble bursts, and real-life sets in, and everything falls apart. Most of us had some weird revelations as we got older and realized how naive we were as kids. These discoveries can be pretty embarrassing, but these brave people shared them with Twitter for your entertainment.

People embarrassingly confess the things they believed as kids | thumbnail text - Jenny Jaffe @jennyjaffe I grew up thinking proposals were these massive surprises but in reality it's like "we talked about it for a year and I designed my engagement ring and I told them exactly how I wanted to be asked" 12:00 AM · Feb 21, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone
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Funniest Parenting Tweets Of The Week - Mother's Day Edition (May 9, 2021)

It's not an easy gig raising kids, and motherhood especially is a relentless labor of love. Moms, quite frankly, you don't get enough credit for doing the fantastic job that you do, and so on Mother's Day, we're here to celebrate you and all you have given up to raise your little ones. From your pelvic muscles being shot to sh*t to never having a full night's sleep ever again, to having to answer a million "why" questions from your toddler, you give up your body, sanity, and emotional well-being to have children. I swear your kids are grateful to you for it, even if they don't show it. So in your honor, this Mother's Day, here are the funniest tweets from moms we saw this week, which will remind you that you're not alone in the perils of motherhood. Twitter is truly the place for all mothers to come together and rant about the trials, tribulations, and occasional joys of motherhood. And here are last week's funniest parenting tweets for when you're done with these.




funniest parenting tweets of the week - thumbnail | Text - Vision Bored @VisionBored1 So excited to do twice as much today and Monday so I can 'take a break' on Sunday Mother's Day is so great 5:04 PM · May 8, 2021 Twitter for iPhone 68 Retweets 9 Quote Tweets 419 Likes
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Tweets Of Kids Who Savagely Roasted Their Parents Over Text

Texting with teenagers always comes with the risk that they'll respond the same way they do in person: in monosyllabic grunts. And nothing is more infuriating than a teenager who doesn't communicate and makes you feel like a total idiot for just trying to have a conversation with them. Comedian Maggie Widdoes shared her experience on Twitter of texting a 13-year-old in her life a lovely "Happy birthday" message, only to receive "yeah" in response. Her tweet sparked other people to share their experience of texting teenage kids, siblings, nieces, and nephews and only receiving silence or one-word answers in reply. They prove one thing, and one thing only— kids are brutal!

adults tweet how kids are roasting them over Text | thumbnail Text - Maggie Widdoes @mwidds Don't text the 13 year olds in your life happy birthday unless you're ready to get full bodied curb stomped in return Testerday oI FM HAPPY BIRTHDAY P!!! hope you guys are celebrating somewhere on the road Read Yesterday Yesterday 8:25 PM Yeah iMessage 5:33 AM Dec 16, 2020 · Twitter Web App 1.8K Retweets 652 Quote Tweets 69.4K Likes, Robby Russell @robbyrussell Replying to @mwidds Heya! How's your weekend
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