Parents expose their children’s weirdest antics in hilarious Tweets
The perils of parenting: People share their children’s hilarious antics including a five-year-old who successfully caught a seagull using gummy worms as bait
Parenting can be a very difficult and sometimes thankless task, but every now and then, a funny one-liner or some strange behaviour from your child can make it all worthwhile.
Parents from around the world have taken to Twitter to reveal their kids’ weirdest antics, with Bored Panda collating the best into an online gallery.
Among the pearls of wisdom shared by the youngsters is one from a five-year-old who announced her mother will not be the grandmother of her future kids, as she will ‘pick a good one’.
Meanwhile a three-year-old whose favourite game is ‘restaurant’ forces her mother to play – and every time the hapless adult tries to order anything, her daughter simply says ‘we don’t have that’.
And another three-year-old terrified their mother after the birth of a younger sibling, by standing over the sleeping parent and whispering about how ‘bad’ the new baby is.
Among the hilarious stories shared by parents, one revealed that her three-year-old said some bizarre things following the birth of a younger sibling
When it comes to other funny antics, one child managed to successfully catch a seagull in the school playground – using gummy bears as bait.
And another savvy child successfully tricked his father into doing his maths homework, using a clever deception.
Meanwhile a 13-year-old impressed her parents when asking for a tortoise – by creating a full PowerPoint presentation on why they should let her have one.
Here, FEMAIL reveals some of the hilarious yet bizarre things children say and do…
Brutally honest: A five-year-old from the US announced her mother will not be the grandmother of her future kids as she will pick ‘such a good one’ herself
A Twitter user from Boston revealed how her three-year-old likes to pretend she runs a restaurant that has no food
Meanwhile a dad, from Los Angeles, was tricked into answering his son’s math homework question after the boy used a clever trick
Another father revealed how his 13-year old made a PowerPoint presentation on why she should be allowed to have a tortoise
A mother shared a funny story about her five-year-old successfully catching a seagull in the school playground – using gummy worms as bait
Another mother, from the UK, appears to have her hands full with her nine-year-old – especially when he is around his grandmother
While one mother, from Florida, admits that her child does not want to be set down at all during the day – meaning she gets a thorough workout
And a US mother revealed she is greeted every morning by her one-year-old sweetly saying ‘dieeeeee’
One mother showcased the art of lying to your kids to push an agenda for them to eat more vegetables – while also revealing that her child like to ‘do the worm’ on shop floors
Meena, from San Francisco, hilariously revealed that her daughter said she was going to get a cat ‘when mommy dies’
Meanwhile Anne, from Toronto, admitted her 12-year old seems to be quite knowledgeable about gargoyles