Sarcastic Mommy: Hilariously Relatable Parenting Insights

Forget amusement parks, because having kids is the real adrenaline rush. It’s unpredictable and often leaves you wondering if laughter or exhaustion will win the day. Lisa Munn, the creator of @SarcasticMommy, provides a hilariously honest and relatable look at parenting. Here we have collected her best insights. Scroll down to check them out!

Parent Pro Tip: If they’re old enough to critique what you put in their lunch, they’re old enough to make it themself.

I don't know who needs to hear this but putting the dead batteries in the junk drawer does not charge them.

The key to remembering exactly what you needed from the grocery store is driving home from said grocery store.

My teen thinks he’s getting back at me by giving me the silent treatment. Little does he know, I love this game.

When you’ve been married for 25 years, if your husband says to you “come here, I want to show you something.” Don’t get too excited. It’s just to look at an elaborate spreadsheet of your finances.

What’s it like having 4 boys? My son just threw a waffle into the ceiling fan so he could see what would happen, with all of his brothers cheering him on. Send help.

My husband: What do you want to do today? Me: It’s the day after Christmas. I’m sitting on my ass. Take your overambitiousness elsewhere.

If you wait long enough to make dinner, everyone will just eat cereal. It's science.

My husband told me we were out of BBQ sauce because he couldn’t find it so I went to the fridge & looked behind the milk & OMG it’s a miracle: we’re not out of BBQ sauce.

Before you become a parent, ask yourself: Would I like arguing with a small version of myself EVERY DAY?

I don’t know who needs to hear this but don’t ever answer your phone on the way home. They want you to stop at the store.

In an effort to keep our house clean before Thanksgiving, I’ve asked my family to go live somewhere else.

My husband & I know how to keep the spark alive in our marriage. I send pictures of stuff I want to buy & he sends me flirty little messages like, “I thought we agreed to save money.”

You can either have a nice evening or you can help your child with their math homework. You can’t have both.

"I need to buy a book for school before tomorrow." ~ Kids, at 10pm Sunday night

Having kids involved in sports is fun, if you like coming home & eating dinner at 10pm.

I put my symptoms into WebMD & it turns out I just have kids.

This wine tastes like everyone can make their own dinner.

Thoughts & prayers for my son who thought his phone was charging overnight only to find he must go to school on 6%.

Having teens is fun because they demand their independence but then turn right around & ask you for $20.

I was driving with my son, listening to my playlist, so I thought I would be nice & ask if he had any requests. 

“Yeah, for you to stop playing this horrible music.”

Request denied.

Parenting through the years:

1st kid: Organic food only

2nd kid: McDonald’s once in a while isn’t so bad.

3rd kid: “Did he just eat dog food?”

What’s it like having teenage boys? They pour a huge bowl of cereal, while you’re making dinner, without breaking eye contact.

My son made the mistake of telling me I was being overdramatic so I just changed the WiFi password. 

We’ll see who’s overdramatic in about 2 minutes.

15 thoughts on “Sarcastic Mommy: Hilariously Relatable Parenting Insights”

  1. I’ve read through a bunch of idiotically stale, stereotypical and unfunny screenshots, and now my cats are hungry.

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  2. Having a husband who will NEVER look past the milk or open up the pantry to see what we have in back stock, I can totally relate.

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  3. Putting humour aside. The different between having kids to having parents is that parents were adults with their own free wills when they signed up for this job. Kids on the other hand are minors who were forced to labor in this equation.
    Think about it next time you try to empress strangers on the internet with your educational fiasco.

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  4. About the waiting and everyone will eat cereal? God forbid someone besides Mommy should bother to cook.
    This is a good start on a list of why I never wanted brat…er…kids.

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  5. I have no sympathy for breeders, they knew what they were signing up for, they were children once themselves.

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  6. Steph McCormick:

    How stupid is it to deliberately “read through a bunch of idiotically stale, stereotypical and unfunny screenshots?”

    It baffles me why people want to stare at something they don’t like just so they can complain about how much they don’t like it.

    Get a hobby.

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  7. Exactly, anonymous who wrote about Steph McCormick. Perfect way to piss people off and be rude.

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  8. Finally read down to a comment that fits your hoped for reason to be offended so you can vent your faux outrage.

  9. Sarcastic mommy has a sense of humor. The odd thing about the comments is the amount of people that visit a humor site and have no sense of it. Literal people are the dumbest people in the world, born of defective birth control.

  10. Or maybe commenters who enjoyed the jokes decided to leave a sarcastic comment on the same spirit to show their appreciation.
    How comes that people who joke openly about their children are so sensitive when it comes to their sense of humour?

  11. well i think a lot of these hit the nail on the head. i only had one boy so the problems were .. .. somewhat different.

    on the miserables: mebbe someday some cartoonist out there will do a series on commenters that live to complain. now that would be funny

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