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Questions From 9th Graders That Will Make You Relive the Most Awkward Time In Your Life

Reddit user iheartdna teaches sex ed for kids in "two different large public high schools, both very high-income, upper-middle-class areas of Virginia and California." Below are three years of some of the best anonymous questions her students have wrote in. Ah, the awkward adolescent memories...

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Parents Who Had Life Lessons They Taught Their Kids Backfire In Their Faces

Every parent tries their best to raise their kids as upstanding, law-abiding, and morally correct members of society. And most parents do an OK, to good-ish job, even though it's one of the most challenging tasks in the world. But teaching your kids about moral ethics and codes of conduct isn't always as straightforward as it sounds, which these parents learned the hard way. Commenting on a Reddit thread asking for the lessons parents tried teaching their kids that completely backfired, these stories are painfully relatable. Nothing burns more than a moral lesson biting you in the ass, especially by your kids. These stories of kids embarrassing their parents and totally missing the point of whatever lesson was trying to be taught; these examples are hilarious and painful at the same time.

parents who tried to teach their kids life lessons but it backfired | thumbnail Text - pedantic_dullard 611 points · 2 years ago As good people, we taught our kids that littering isn't nice. As humans, we also let some curse words fly in front of them. We were at our city's 4th of July celebration when the oldest was 4. We were walking around and someone tossed their trash on the ground. Captain Litterbug flew into action, picked up the trash and yelled, "Hey asshole, you dropped this," while t
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Funniest Parenting Tweets Of The Week (November 15, 2020)

Parenting comes with its highs and lows. Of course, no one talks about the highs because, let's face it, bragging parents are possibly one of the worst types of people on the planet. But the lows... well, everyone wants to hear about the lows because the lows are funny, especially when they're put on Twitter for the world to see. So, each week, we compile a list of the funniest parenting tweets we came across over the past seven days to give you a taste of the trials and tribulations (and occasional joys) of parenting. Scroll through this week's haul and then mosey on over to last week's to get more parenting survival tips and tricks.

funniest parenting tweets of the week - thumbnail | Text - Lauren Flans @LaurenFlans the orphan i adopted sucks at chess fml 8:07 AM Nov 13, 2020 · Twitter for Android 20.7K Retweets 2.1K Quote Tweets 293.5K Likes >
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Funniest Parenting Tweets Of The Week (November 22, 2020)

Have kids, they said. It will be fun, they said. Sure, it's all fun and games until your kid smears poop all over the wall. Or they're screaming bloody murder because you cut their sandwich into a square shape instead of a triangle, you monster! But, through all the trials and tribulations that parenting brings, you've got to be able to laugh your frustrations away, and the parents of Twitter certainly do an excellent job at it. Here is this week's collection of funniest parenting Tweets for all parents (and non-parents alike) to relate hard to.

funniest parenting tweets of the week - thumbnail | Text - Vision Bored @VisionBored1 sure sex is great but have you ever opened a bag of chips alone in an empty house knowing no children will come rushing in the room to ask for some 10:59 PM - Nov 20, 2020 - Twitter for iPhone 56 Retweets 8 Quote Tweets 659 Likes >
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