Yeah, I remember that one time my 6 year old son asked me if I’d ever offered a relevant observational musing of the state of the ideological spectrum that permeates the cultural zeitgeist. I told him to shut up and go play with his crayons, because he’s six. As a parent, have you experienced something similar? Please let us know in the comments section below!
15 thoughts on “Parents Lying About Their “Genius” Kids On Twitter”
I hope they vote.
If only the people on charge had such wisdom …
Be a Zelensky, aka a guy that hoodwinks an entire generation. Love the ole good guy bad guy lens, because it’s NEVER just two bad guys huh 🤔
WoooooW this is just sooooo much cringe.
Somewhere along the way this train ran off the rails.
Pre-k was fun… hearing “well thats dumb” when told their uncle couldn’t get married to another boy he loved and getting calls from daycare about a protest my kid started with classmates to watch the big red couch… He found his voice early. Some of these kids just had parents that talked to them like people.
I don’t care if these are “real” or not, they’re great.
I had to stop reading after the first few. Cringy AF.
Some of them seem legit and some seem a bit exaggerated.
There are some clear lies there.
But what bother me the most are those which are clearly untrue, but without any reason whatsoever.
When slightly humorous leads straight to pathetic, at least that’s what my 3-year old said when reading this particular page.
I wonder if Esther C, MD’s husband is ever allowed to retrieve his testicles from his wife’s purse now and then.
What is your beef? That a man reads to his children?
What completely made up woke bullshit. Disgusting.
Some of it seems believable. Toddler would totally one-up parents during a fight about having to listen to their parents. When I was 3 I told my mom she was dumb because she didn’t know how to cook spaghetti. Kids be harsh. Just flew straight out of my mouth. No hesitation.