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Cheerleaders and beer. If that doesn't make Junior feel happy, I don't know what will!

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Tumblr Thread: Anyone Can Be A Formidable Foe

Just cause that kid's playing with a Barbie doesn't mean that they're not an absolute force to be reckoned with, when it comes to a little scrap on the playground. This Tumblr thread shines a welcomed light on the importance of not being a presumptuous fool, who assumes that a kid isn't tough as nails, because of their gender or what toys they choose to play with. 

Check out some more gold from Tumblr with this thread about how Tom Clancy's brain freaked out the US military.

A funny Tumblr post about how kids should be able to play with Barbies and toy trucks | fallen-angel-with--shotgun went Renaissance faire dressed as warrior. Thad real sword with too standing character) next sword-fighting ring, where kids all ages got chance pick up sword and challenge champion. Some woman walks by, with her little girl girl starts walking towards ring, saying she wants fight. But mom pulled her away hella sharply, and like s boys.
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Derrick Coleman was featured in an inspiring ad showcasing his adversity all his football life due to deafness. A thankful father tweeted out this note showing his daughters were very inspired.

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Funniest Ways That Kids Have Insulted Adults

There's no getting around the fact that children are just plain old strange. They're these miniature human beings that have an uncanny knack for spewing out wildly unexpected sentiments at a moment's notice. Naturally, some kids are more devious than others. Maybe you were one of those kids yourself. Hard pressed to follow the rules that the rest of society put in place, and told you to abide by. Maybe you were just channeling that oppositional energy from a young age, and it ended up getting you in a whole lot of trouble. If that's the case, you probably had your work cut out for you as you navigated the ins and outs of school. Oh, school. A time ripe for learning about the consequences of not following the rules. Maybe that rule breaking behavior ended up manifesting in you dishing out all kinds of creative and ridiculous insults to those around you.

This particular AskReddit thread honors the most outlandish and humorous insults that kids ended up coming up with. If you're an adult on the receiving end of one of these insults, hopefully you didn't take the insult seriously for a second, and instead appreciated that kid's ability to churn out some banter that you'd never heard before. Banter can certainly be fun if we allow ourselves to drop our guards, and just play along with it. Of course there are lines that shouldn't be crossed, and that can end up being the time that kids are better educated on what they really shouldn't be saying to other members of society.

You don't want to end up growing up to be one of those adults with a nasty head on their shoulders, a misplaced moral compass, and a daunting inability to treat those around you with a sliver of respect. As with all matters of life, there's a strange balance to these things. We love a good roast or creative insult here. Especially when you get the ruthless silver tongued wordsmiths in the comments section that are ready to stir up all kinds of trouble. The YouTube comments section is really its own kind of comedy goldmine. You've got to love the internet for what it provides there. It can be this playground of sorts where everyone goes to work at trying out their most absurd insults. You just don't want to take things too far. Sometimes, you can get lost in the fun of a back and forth with another online user and end up saying something that you ultimately come to regret. But anyways, all ramblings about the wild realm of online banter aside, these kids certainly brought their A game for when it came to surprising folks around them with unexpected words of sheer ruthlessness. If anything, we'd have loved to been able to read more about the fallout from some of the more piercing insults. It really just boils down to whoever ends up receiving that insult. It'd sure be nice if everyone in the world had a great sense of humor, but thus is not always the case.

A collection of the funniest and most creative insults that kids have come up with. | recently working with kid and another teacher, and kid turned other teacher and said about she probably listens all by myself at night
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Funniest Parenting Tweets Of The Week (November 29, 2020)

Each week we scroll through the world wide web — OK fine, just Twitter— to find you the funniest parenting tweets. These 280 character nuggets of gold contain the best parenting rants, quips, complaints, and advice you'll find. And the best part? You don't even have to search for them; we've done the hard part for you. Enjoy this selection of funny parenting tweets, which are as amusing as the last.


funniest parenting tweets of the week - thumbnail | Text - Text - joe heenan @joeheenan There was a massive unflushed Jobby in the toilet. I asked my boys who did it & my 10yr old son said it was him. My 5yr old son is crying cause he says it was him & his big brother is taking the credit. Have a great week everyone! 10:35 AM Nov 23, 2020 Twitter for Android 276 Retweets 69 Quote Tweets 8.1K Likes
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Ways Parents Tricked Their Young Children Into Loving Reading

If your kids love reading, it's essential to do everything you can to encourage that passion. But anyone with kids will know that anything they perceive to be your idea, they automatically don't want to be a part of, even if it will benefit them. So one dad, Professor. Robert McNees shared his trick on how to get his daughter to love reading, using reverse psychology. He Tweeted, "Somehow, I've lucked out and have an 8yo who thinks secretly reading under the covers past her bedtime is an act of rebellion, and it hasn't yet occurred to her that her flashlights never seem to run out of batteries."

This simple life hack inspired others to Tweet the ways their parents duped them into becoming bookworms too, and it seems like it's quite a common phenomenon. Kids love reading, and parents love it when their children read; if only they could work together towards a shared goal without the need for trickery!

Parenting hacks by physics professor Robert A.McNees on how to get your kids to love reading
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