They're right to be afraid. Parents leave some horrifying comments on our Facebooks. Sadly, our folks have begun expanding to other social media...
That's right. Parents are now on Snapchat. Even worse, this mom seems more proud of creating this picture than she does of creating her kids.
"Hey, check out this filter."
"Yes, Mom. I know. I have the app, too. You don't have to send me a new one every time you find-"
"Ooh! Look at this one!"
Filters are so perfect. Now this mom can have people tell her she looks just like her actual favorite child. The transformation is nearly complete.
I'll be honest, I don't even have a Snapchat. I'm afraid I'm too old for it, and I'm only in my 30s. But seeing how these moms are crushing it... I'm rethinking my position.
I want to make fun of these moms, but they're slaying the social media game. They know what's up. Unlike some younger people who fail constantly on the platform.
Who needs weed to have a good time when you have all these filters? At least, that's what your dad is telling you. Don't believe it. He's 100% high right now.
Oh, good. I was already kind of scared of my mom when she's angry. Now I get to be afraid of her when she's happy. Thanks for nothing, technology.
Some folks resort to plastic surgery when they get older. That's an extreme – and now, unnecessary – measure. If you need your skin stretched and want to look like a monster, here you go.
This is a great filter that makes a mother look like her daughter. Specifically, her daughter that died in a well and will kill you in seven days. You know, just for funsies.
Parents are now creating memes. I'm no scholar of the Bible. But this has to be one of the signs of the end times...right?
You escaped your parents on Facebook to Snapchat. They followed and you're complaining about it on Instagram. This is the strange, silly world we now live in, folks.
You knew your mom was creeping on your Snapchat. You should have posted this on Instagram. Now she's gonna embarrass you to the point you want to delete the app.
Yeah, that's pretty great. But I'm too busy focusing where it says "Add Friend." You haven't accepted your dad's friend request? How could you?
Oh, that's how you could. Yeah, I get it. Dad jokes are painful enough when you have to endure them on occasional visits. But posting them every day?
Actually...that sounds amazing. Send me your dad's Facebook info. I can't get enough of that fatherly funny.