Your neighbor is a butler? It's obviously not Batman's parents because, well...you know. Maybe don't be so nosy next time. Some kids just know how to show adults who's boss.
Some people peak in high school then live the rest of their lives sadly trying to reclaim that past glory. Not this kid. Hard to not live up to your potential when you never had any. Way to set the bar low, sport.
Perspective is everything. To you, it's a murderous demon doll. To her, it's her new cute pal. The world looks so different to parents and kids.
Her mind is more melted than the marshmallow on her cheek. It's rare you see the exact moment love is formed caught on film. But here it is, in all it's gooey glory.
Speaking of kids on film, these siblings were posing for a family portrait. The photographer turned the camera sideways for a portrait shot and here's how they responded.
Either that, or they have a serious case of water in their ears.
Or maybe it's how she poops when someone's taking a picture of her pooping. This kid knows what's up. She grabbed a camo blanket, which is the closest thing in the real world to an invisibility cloak.
Has this teacher never seen a horror movie before? When a kid sees a monster, you always believe them.
Except with Chucky. Assume all their dolls will murder you. They won't be able to warn you about that.
That's your fault. This kid doesn't need material possessions to be happy. That's a trait that the grass kid should adopt, since they will likely not be able to afford any in the future.
What's the safest age to give a kid a cell phone? Until that day, they have to find other ways to amuse themselves. Heck, keep this kid away from cell phones for a few more years and he'll wind up in the Olympics.
What kind of parent lets their eight year-old get an earring? Well, you try saying no when that kid has Morgan Freeman's voice. It's like audio hypnosis.
"Boy, you sure were thirsty. Either that or the water is delicious. Hmmm..."
Hey, it's important to try new things.
Yeah, this is unrealistic. But you know what? We should encourage people to follow their dreams. He'll find out soon enough he'll wind up as an accountant or something.
Suddenly being an accountant doesn't seem so bad. Props to the kid that did this, though. The ultimate Halloween hound has been right there all along and none of us have seen it until now.
Some say you shouldn't let your kids play with fidget spinners. I say let them have as many as they want as long as it keeps them away from Legos. No good can come from those.
See? What did I tell you? Legos are a gateway to crime. Sure, it encourages imagination and improves cognitive skills...but at what cost?