Have you heard some dad jokes? Being a mother requires a lot of patience. Kids needs a lot of attention. It is a tough job overall but it is not so bad when you have a good sense of humor. What’s better than bringing your sense of humor to Twitter! Don’t forget to comment below to let us know what are your favorite parents jokes.
@SardonicTart: 10: Mom what’s a metaphor? Me: My life is a train wreck. 10: I know Mom, but what is a metaphor?
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Sharing thoughts about parenting and pictures of their babies is one of parents’ favorite activities, but it’s difficult to find somebody doing it in a funnier and more politically incorrect way than Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds. He often posts hilarious thoughts and experiences about fatherhood on his Twitter with an incredible humorous vein.
Ryan Reynolds will often write hilariously inappropriate tweets about his sweet daughter, and it tickles us pink.
These moms and dads are so full of zingers, you won’t know what hit you.
Motherhood is no joke, so it helps to have a sense of humor about things. You know, like not being able to pee alone since the day your first kid was born, cooking for tiny people who want to eat the one thing you don’t have in the house, and knowing every word to every Disney movie ever made.
Lucky for these ladies, they not only have a sense of humor, they have a Twitter account. They’re hilariously honest about being a mom and, thank goodness, they share it with the world.
Funny parenting jokes
A California dad is using Twitter to share his most hilarious moments parenting his 7-year-old twins, and the Internet can’t get enough, reports Huffington Post.
Parenting isn’t easy. It’s a lot of work to raise tiny human beings into larger human beings. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it. All of the following dad tweets perfectly sum up the funniest parts of being a parent.
All the parents out there will be able to relate to these.
If you’re a parent with a Twitter account, chances are you tweet about your kids.
I’m at my parenting best when I randomly yell out “be careful!” every few minutes without looking up from my phone.
— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) April 13, 2013
User ‘Exploding Unicorn’, aka James Breakwell, regularly tweets amusing snippets of the conversations he has with his children – and Twitter users just can’t get enough of them.
I’m glad we own 10,000 stuffed animals so my toddler can fall asleep cuddling with a jar of peanuts.
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