The first rule of being a kid is when backed up against a wall: deny, deny, DENY!
It doesn’t matter if you’re actually the one responsible for whatever catastrophic event that sent your parents over the rails, simply pass the blame on to an unknowing scapegoat. That always seemed to work for me!
Unfortunately for three-year-old Hux, he was caught red-handed (literally).
After his mom noticed that the room he was “watching TV in” was a bit too quiet, the toddler emerged covered in lipstick and mascara. Knowing full well about the unspoken rule of denial, when asked if he had been playing with makeup, he tries pinning the blame on his sister.
Unfortunately for Hux, I don’t think he got away with it this time, but maybe he could come teach all of us a quick makeup lesson or two.
Sibling rivalry is very serious business — and no one is taking it more seriously than this little girl.Â Unfortunately, her hilariously elaborate plansÂ were foiled when her parents discovered the unusual to-do list in her notebook. I would probably be disturbedÂ if I wasn’t laughing so much.
This adorable video of two-year-old John David joyfully repeating each letter of the alphabet has taken the Internet by storm. His sweet take on the ABCs has been viewed over 15 million times on Facebook since his grandma posted it!
What makes the video so special is John’s hilarious reaction when he gets to one particularly funny letter, at which point he pauses for a few seconds in complete wonderment.
We all know kids say the darndest things, but did you know they also get stuck in the darndest places? Because they do. (Well, they would if “darndest” was an actual word and it meant “absolutely ridiculous.”) Who knows how these kids ended up in these sticky situations. Thankfully their parents were there to save them… Also, to take pictures of them before they helped them out. A few of these are good enough to go in the yearly Christmas card.
1. In a lawn chair bag
2. In a toilet.
3. In a claw machine.
4. In a pressure cooker.
5. In a school desk.
6. In a couch.
7. Behind a couch.
8. In a tree.
9. In a railing.
10. In a balcony.
11. In a chaise lounge.
12. In a chair.
13. In a bucket.
14. In a dog door.
15. In a swing.
Here’s what they have to look forward to.
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I feel like I should be embarrassed for them, but I’m just so impressed that these kids found a way into these situations.