There are some very funny parents on the internet, so we decided to round up our favorite tweets of the week from some of the funniest moms and dads on Twitter! We hope you enjoy these as much as we did!
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Me: Have fun at school.
7-year-old: Is that a joke?
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) March 19, 2018
As a parent I’ve noticed that my children are similar to a boss. You need to drop whatever you are doing immediately and focus on what they need no matter what. #parenting #fatherhood #lifeofdad #parents #kids #boss
— DadatWork (@ArtEddy3) March 25, 2018
Me: Let’s watch the old Mario Bros show on Netflix from when I was a kid!
Daughter: Why is it blurry?
Me: All of the shows used to be blurry.
Daughter: Why is it square?
Me: TV’s used to be square.
Daughter: Why isn’t it funny or good?
Me: YOU MADE ME WATCH CAILLOU!!
— John Kinnear (@askdadblog) March 23, 2018
Me after seeing a group of 30 something year old guys gathered to play Pokemon GO: "What a bunch of nerds"
Also me after picking up my son from school today: "CAN YOU TEACH ME TO PLAY FORTNITE RIGHT NOW?!?!?!?
— Chris Read (@CanadianDadBlog) March 19, 2018
My daughter thinks it's hilarious when I accidentally get her math questions wrong but the joke's on her because it's not an accident and she's on her own for homework for 10 more years.
— Mike Reynolds (@EverydayGirlDad) March 19, 2018
My 2yo is having an animated conversation with a calculator and while it’s slightly alarming at least he’s leaving me alone.
— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) March 25, 2018
My 4 year old is supposed to be reading to me but he’s just making the words up as he goes. I can’t tell if he thinks he’s putting one over on me or if he thinks he’s guessing all the right words.
— Goats? (@Gooooats) March 24, 2018
I deserve an Academy Award for the way I just searched the fridge with my son for his leftovers that I definitely ate.
— Dorky Romano (@SuperApple80) March 25, 2018
My style of parenting can best be described as 'Max and Ruby's parents.'
— Cathryn (@AngryRaccoon2) March 24, 2018
As a parent, it's important to teach your kids the skills they'll need as adults, like how to properly arrange tortilla chips when making nachos, ensuring that a portion of each one gets covered with cheese.
— the Mom TruthBomb (@momTruthBomb) March 25, 2018
You don't fully realize how much your body doesn't work right anymore until you try and get a ball out from under a car for your kid.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) March 24, 2018
Why does every box of cereal in our pantry look like it was opened by Edward Scissorhands?
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) March 25, 2018
Kids save all their deepest questions about the universe for when you’re singing along to a really good song in the car.
— SpacedMom (@copymama) March 19, 2018