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Ahhh, dad. Poor guy was just trying to send his praises to the kind of cinematography that got his blood rushing to funny places. Poor guy clearly didn't know how social media works. Better luck next time, dad. 

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Okay, so locking might've been a bit of an understatement in this particular scenario. Yes, it would seem in an especially brash attempt to teach their daughter a lesson these parents took away her bedroom's damn doorknob. Let the hilarity ensue...

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I don't want to dig too hard on the author's efforts to present a naturally testy topic to address as parents with your kids, but dude, this is definitely on the outter end of the spectrum. Too many clowns and wackiness and an overriding wtf-theme almost retracts from whatever 'lessons' this book might otherwise get across to the ever hungry curiosities of kids. I'm the last one to tell anyone how to parent their kids. That being said, maybe keep this book off the regimen.

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Every parent knows that kids can be a massive handful. These memes should resonate strongly with anyone who knows the joys of parenting.

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Ahh, the joys of parenting. The ability to create a living, breathing, human being just to troll the shit out of them 10 years down the road is one of the most sacred rites of humanity and definitely one of the best perks of making that life choice. 

One thing's for sure: These parents are doing it right. 

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Life's full of decisions and forks in the road. 23 people answer whether or not it was worth it when they made the hard choice to give up their careers and if they'd, without fail, make the same decision again. 

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Via: BBC News
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Playtime's over.

During a BBC interview with Professor Robert Kelly about South Korea, Kelly's children made an unexpected cameo, wandering into his study and on camera. 

As cute as this is, the best part is when a woman rushes in chasing after the children, like Leatherface hunting down someone who escaped the Texas Chainsaw Massacre house.

She lets them out of her sight for one second and they escape. 

via YouTube

via YouTube

 

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