‘Without actually saying you have kids, tell me you have kids’ – the 17 funniest
There are some things that are almost universal to busy parents, such as forgetting what it’s like to drink a cup of tea while it’s hot, or always having pockets filled with bibs, hairbands or tissues, depending on the age of the child.
Tim Larsen managed to tease out a great many of the things that parents have in common, by setting Twitter this challenge.
Without actually saying you have kids, tell me you have kids.
Here are some of the very best responses.
I hide chocolate in the vegetable crisper drawer.
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) January 2, 2021
I know the names of all the Paw Patrol characters. https://t.co/NKRerptG20
— Viced Rhino – Angry, Lonely Recluse (@VicedRhino) January 2, 2021
My most listened to album of 2020 was the Trolls World Tour soundtrack. https://t.co/6YPDRG00Xa
— Michael “Milkchad” Smallwood (@mikeluvsgushers) January 2, 2021
Everything in my house is always wet https://t.co/mCaAktSUWJ
— Scott Bayer loves #DisruptTexts (@Lyricalswordz) January 3, 2021
Found a line of 7 xmas cookies on the table last week, each with a bite missing https://t.co/bnINKAQsQN
— Cornsoup conissour (@rezdreams) January 2, 2021
I’ve mastered sleeping at the edge of the bed. https://t.co/IpNzDPP9rU
— nurulizwa J (@nurulizwa) January 2, 2021
Spent my retirement money on a University of Michigan degree. I did not go there…
— Tom Donoghue (@yonicemask) January 2, 2021
It was empty when I went to bed last night🤬 pic.twitter.com/rObxafNYrv
— Waffa 2.0 Antifa Snack Coordinator (@waffaisback) January 2, 2021
I lock the bathroom door. https://t.co/aXN2fVJK6q
— Melissa (@mackandme123) January 2, 2021