Parenting is never dull! From toddlers blaming their imaginary friends to teenagers passing off wild parties as study groups, here are some of the things they did.
Parents often find themselves in the most hilarious and absurd situations because of their children's antics. From the moment they learn to crawl, kids seem to have an innate talent for getting into trouble and coming up with creative ways to avoid getting caught. Whether it's spilling milk on the floor, drawing on the walls, or blaming their siblings for their misdeeds, kids never fail to surprise and amuse us with their antics.
We will be sharing with you some of the most ridiculous things children have done and then pretended to have nothing to do it. These stories are guaranteed to make you laugh, cringe, and shake your head in disbelief. From toddlers who blame their imaginary friends for their mischief to teenagers who try to pass off their wild parties as study groups, these stories are a testament to the creativity and cunningness of kids.
But, as every parent knows, dealing with these situations can be a bit of a challenge. Some parents may be tempted to laugh it off and let their kids get away with their mischief, while others may choose to discipline their children and teach them a lesson. Whatever the approach, one thing is for sure - these stories will provide you with a glimpse into the wacky world of parenting and remind you that raising kids is never dull. So sit back, relax, and get ready to hear some of the funniest and most ridiculous stories about kids and their hilarious misadventures.
That’s nothing. My 4 years old slashes tires. Unprompted 😇 i was so blessed with her 🙏🏽— cookie dunkin’ goat fuck 🤠 (@lanadellindsey) June 9, 2022
My three year old unwrapped a stick of butter and put it in the toilet one morning, lol. That was an interesting find when I went to use the bathroom 😆— 𝕋𝔸ℝ𝔸 𝕊𝕋ℝ𝔸ℕ𝔾𝔼 🐳🐳 (@NVTaraStrange) June 9, 2022
When I was 8ish I was allowed choc spread sandwiches after school twice a week. Once I sneaked an extra one. Mum asked me, I denied it.— Bex Fur 🏴 (@bex_fur) June 9, 2022
She took me to a mirror, chocolate all up my cheeks.
I still denied it. It was my way. Deny, deny, deny.
2yo was eating a banana & wandered off. I found her & asked where the peel was. She told me “it ‘ppeared”. 🤔 Looked everywhere & finally found it in the toilet. She was right behind me & said “how’d that get in there??”— Librarian SMH 🤦🏻♀️ (@usedtobeshelver) June 9, 2022
15 years later - I still don’t know how that got in there.
Saw socks on my kiddos nightstand and noticed they were stuffed with something. I asked my daughter what was going on with the socks, & promptly replied "There are definitely not any potatoes in those socks" 😳— Jennifer Cohen (she/her) (@mamam00se) June 9, 2022
Spoiler alert: There were *definitley* cooked potatoes in the socks.
I’ll see your half stick of butter and raise you turkey pepperoni in a load of sheets. pic.twitter.com/MXMmVq6vTU— Speed of Wright (she/her) (@GinaWright2012) June 9, 2022
when my son was three he learned how to write his name. it was the first thing he could write.— Muni (@muni_d1) June 9, 2022
so he wrote it all over our walls.
then i said “why’d you do that?” and he said “it wasn’t me.”.
When my son was 3, he pushed the fire extinguisher and the kitchen filled up with a mist. My husband and I were freaking out — Where is it coming from? What is it? And the my son said, pointing to the fire extinguisher, “I didn’t touch that.” 😁— Moira (@MotownMamaO) June 9, 2022
My stepson, age 3, face and hands covered in chocolate, standing in front of a tray from which one chocolate crackle cake was missing…— Christine Seaforth Finch (she/her) OFMD era (@CSeaforthFinch) June 9, 2022
“I was just SNIFFING it!”
When I was 7 & my parents returned from a family lunch they were met at the front door by my 6-y-o brother saying 'Mummy, Daddy, it wasn't me who stuck the metal scissors in the electric light socket.'— Dominick Donald (@DominickGDonald) June 9, 2022
The babysitter had noticed neither the lights fusing nor my brother's scream.
“I not have scissors” is our family joke for I definitely am lying 😂— Wendy Shamblin (@WendyShamblin) June 9, 2022
I am told I did something similar at an early age. Showed up with a dripping wet cat in my arms and said “I did not throw the cat into the pool”. (Footnote: the “pool” was at most 6 inches deep)— Katie (@Mulemagic) June 9, 2022
I made my bed and found a half eaten stick of butter in it. When I asked my child if she put anything in mommy’s bed, she said “I did not put butter in it.” The mystery continues. More at 11.— LL Cool Tweet (@LLcoooltweet) June 7, 2022