See the 35 funniest parents on social media this week
These moms and dads of the internet made us laugh out loud.
Cartoon characters Phineas and Ferb once sang that every single moment of summer is"worth its weight in gold," and we agree. But summertime is also worth its weight in parenting jokes, which seem, unsurprisingly, to increase the more we're spending time with our families.
This week, as more kids finish up another year of school, schedules are changing and everyone's adjusting to new routines. That alone is a recipe for comedy gold from moms and dads on the internet.Laugh along with us as we count down this week's funniest parents on social media.
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On the job: What it takes to make $80,000 shearing sheep in Seguin, Texas
'Sheep shearing is mostly a mental game. Doesn't really matter about how strong you are, it's about whether you can hack it for that many hours.'
Earthquake, Magnitude 4.1 - CRETE, GREECE - 2021 June 17, 00:35:14 UTCM4.1 earthquake (σεισμός) strikes 36 km NW of Irákleion (Greece) 13 min ago. Read eyewitnesses' stories & provide yours:
Earthquake, Magnitude 4.3 - CRETE, GREECE - 2021 June 17, 00:35:14 UTCM4.1 earthquake (σεισμός) strikes 36 km NW of Irákleion (Greece) 13 min ago. Read eyewitnesses' stories & provide yours:
The Funniest Tweets From Parents This Week'It’s not a family hike unless a child refuses to walk.' Thanks for including me! Appreciate you for including me 🙏🏾
John Legend Shares Update on Chrissy Teigen Amid Cyberbullying ScandalThe singer opened up about his wife amid her ongoing social media controversies.
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Vietnam introduces nationwide code of conduct for social mediaVietnam introduced national guidelines on social media behaviour on Friday which encourage people to post positive content about the Southeast Asian country and require state employees to report 'conflicting information' to their superiors.