When you’ve got little ones at home, you could always use a laugh — which is exactly why we rounded up the funniest tweets from parents this week. From superhuman 5-year-old strength to the horrors of running out of rosé, there’s no way you won’t be LOLing at these hilarious takes on parenthood from some of Twitter’s funniest parents.
1. No clue where that went
Parenthood is simply throwing away all your kids annoying junk toys and then telling them you don't know what happened.
— Rantisms (@Rantisms) October 2, 2016
2. Every. Single. Time.
The Theory of Bedtime Defiability states that the amount of resistance your child displays is equal to how badly you want to watch that show
— 💀Mummy Curses💀 (@mommy_cusses) October 4, 2016
3. Sorry, kid
It's my son's first time to vote in a presidential election. You bet your ass I've apologized for this shitshow.
— Beckaboo (@thebeckyard) October 5, 2016
Sure, clowns are creepy and scary but when you're a parent it's far scarier to run out of diaper wipes or wine.
— MyQuestionableLife (@2questionable) October 4, 2016
5. But will it work?
Making my daughter properly use each beauty product she got into is the girl version of when a dad has his son smoke a carton of cigarettes
— ⚪️Ash (an female)⚪️ (@adult_mom) October 2, 2016
6. Hey, at least it’s quiet
My kids are outside finger painting so I'm just going to take a nice, quiet moment of sheer anxiety about what I'll find when they're done.
— SammichesPsychMeds (@SamPsychMeds) October 4, 2016
7. Literally unreal
The upper body strength of kids five and under is INSANE – so long as you're trying to carry them somewhere they don't want to go.
— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) October 1, 2016
8. Just a li’l talkative
They say women speak 20,000 words a day but I have a 5 yo daughter who gets that shit done by breakfast.
— Joelle Wisler (@jowisler) October 4, 2016
9. Good stuff
Welcome to parenthood! For the next 18 years, everything you do will be wrong to someone somewhere.
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) October 5, 2016
10. No one said it would be pretty
I never realized how much complaining there would be in parenting. And that's just from me.
— Kate Hall (@KateWhineHall) October 1, 2016