Thanks to these asshole parents for admitting their acts of heinous crime to us. This takes parenting to the next level.



1/25. Her shadow was following her. and I did nothing about it.


2/25. I accidentally called her by her real name, instead of, "Elsa."

3/25. I'm an #assholeparent because I wouldn't let him eat goat poop.


4/25. Told him we cannot grow bananas in our garden because we live in Sweden


5/25. Mother's Day 2015. I'm the #assholeparent because I didn't get HER a Mother's Day present.

6/25. He couldn't go backwards UP the hill because I told him gravity wouldn't allow that, so I'm the #assholeparent


7/25. I'm an #assholeparent because I won't let him ride the dog like a horse.


8/25. I wouldn't let him run around the restaurant with a knife, so I'm an #assholeparent

9/25. I'm an #assholeparent because the waves were too strong and I couldn't make them stop.


10/25. This is my daughter glaring at me. Obviously, I am an #assholeparent because I made her go to story time at the library where there is music and toys and snacks and friends.



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11/25. Would Not Let Him Eat His Father's Deodorant, So I'm An #assholeparent


12/25. I Wouldn't Close Him In The Refrigerator. Sorry Lil Bud, Mommy's An #assholeparent

13/25. I'm An #assholeparent Because I Wouldn't Let Him Drive The Car

14/25. She Wanted A Ponytail, But She Doesn't Have Enough Hair. So I'm An #assholeparent

15/25. I'm An #assholeparent Because What I Called "a Mess" Was Really "a Fun Party"


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16/25. I'm An #assholeparent Tonight Because I Wouldn't Remove The Hearts From Her Pajamas

17/25. I Didn't Want To Serve Her Warm Dinner On Top Of My Old, Smelly, Dirty Tennis Shoes

18/25. I Started Singing Some Gwen Stefani. And He Ain't No Hollaback Girl. So I'm Assholeparent

19/25. I Asked Him If He Wanted Milk Or Juice So I'm An #assholeparent

20/25. Asked Her To Carry Her Own Bag. So I'm An #assholeparent

21/25. I Wouldn't Let Her Touch The Dog's Poop. So I'm #assholeparent

22/25. #27 I Wouldn't Let Him Drink My Beer So I'm An #assholeparent

23/25. I Refused To Let Him Stuff Play Dough In The Dogs Ear So I Must Be An #assholeparent

24/25. I Can't Magically Reattach The Bite To The Whole Muffin, So I'm An #assholeparent

25/25. I Wouldn't "turn Down The Noise" In The Restaurant (i.e. Other Customers Talking) While She Watched Frozen, So I'm An #assholeparent


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