Parents should be proud of their kids.
I think it is always sweet to see people gushing about their kids especially when they aren’t doing it out of any malice and just want to share their accomplishments. However, since the Internet age, parents have found a new way to boast and lie about their kid’s accomplishments for Internet points and it is always hilarious. I mean they always get called out so they only end up embarrassing themselves.
So rather than putting words in your kid’s mouth, why not make a post and talk about that issue yourself? Why do you have to sue your kid like that? I mean which 4-year-old cares about the economy or what is happening around the world? All the 4-year-old kids I know only care about which cartoon they will watch when they get home. I understand that some kids are quite clever for their age but these are just weird.
You will see what I am talking about once you scroll below to take a look yourself.
#1 Yes, a 2-year-old definitely asked that and he used those words.
It really is unbelievable and I can only hope that it was sarcastic.
#2 I only see one egg though.
#3 If he is over 12 I can sort of believe this but any younger than no.
And which kid talks like this anyway?
#4 The googoogaga is certainly a hot take and quite controversial.
#5 This definitely happened. I would bet my life on it.
#6 This guy just humiliated himself.
I do know that kids sometimes swear but this is clearly a lie.
#7 A lot of people have taken to using these as sarcastic ways to humiliate these parents.
#8 Atleast there is someone out there spreading the truth.
Stop putting your kid’s face on the Internet like this. It won’t end well.
#9 This adorable baby just seemed to be pointing at the globe because the parent told her to do so.
She just looks confused to be fair.
#10 This is what kids do when they read their parent’s posts.
#11 The first part I definitely believe, the second? Not so much.
#12 I have never seen kids talk like that and this person had to poke fun at this woman.
#13 Well, that changed quite quickly.
#14 Rebecca, please stop lying, it does not make you look good.
#15 Apparently fetuses can hear you crying. You learn something new every day.
#16 He isn’t going to be doing a lot of growing up with this woman as his mother.
#17 A 2-year-old can certainly make a mess but a whole complicated breakfast? I doubt it.
#18 I sort of believe this because kids actually do stuff like this.
He sounds like a businessman in the making.
Do you know what will make you smile after that? Floof tax!
This is Benny and I have to say that he looks like a serious businessman with that tie and collar.
What are your thoughts on these posts? Do you think some of them might be true and people are being too harsh? Or do you think these parents are only exaggerating? Have you ever come across a post like this while you are perusing your account? If so, why not let us know in the comments below, don’t forget to share these posts with your friends so they can join in on the embarrassment these parents are facing.