24 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults!

24 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

 

I came across this listing of 24 reasons kids are pretty much just tiny drunk adults, and felt it was my duty to share! Not because it’s funny, but because it’s true! :)

  1. They will stop what they are doing, anywhere, anytime, to take a nap.
  2. They all make faces like this…
    25 Reasons Kids Are Really Just Tiny Drunk Adults
  3. They conduct themselves poorly in public.
  4. Their depth perception is way off.
  5. They can never seem to actually get food IN their mouths.
  6. They are totally unable to predict when they are about to pass out.
  7. They always find themselves in inexplicable situations.
  8. They have absolutely no coordination.
  9. They have poor impulse control.
  10. No sleeping position is too uncomfortable.
  11. They often fall asleep on or near toilets.
  12. They cannot be trusted near heavy equipment.
  13. They have no sense of shame.
  14. They often fall asleep with their shoes on.
  15. They don’t know when to stop drinking.
  16. They often misjudge their strength and coordination.
  17. They’re terrible at posing for photos.
  18. They’re awful when it comes to judging distance.
  19. They’re obsessed with finding something to eat.
  20. They’re constantly hurting themselves.
  21. They draw on others’ faces when they fall asleep.
  22. They’re not good around pools.
  23. Things go wrong around them for no apparent reason.
  24. They have no shame about being seen without pants on.

 

I hope this gave all you Real Mommies out there a chuckle:)

Thanks BuzzFeed for the giggle!

Comments

  1. Jen P says

    OMG I laughed so hard I cried at the picture of the big sister that coloured on the little sister! I better watch out for that when I have my next little one! lol So many of them are so true! My little guy is potty training right now so he is all about the walking around with no pants on right now! lol

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>