Maybe these were deliberate, maybe these were on accident, but one thing is for sure: these adults got burned to a crisp by kids. KIDS!!!!
The kids behind these monumental burns are NOT MESSING AROUND…
Let’s look at the evidence…and remember to keep these adults in your thoughts and prayers.
1. Old mummy.
HAH. My daughter has two mums (Mummy and Mama), and sometimes talks about her "old mummy".
We eventually discovered that she meant me, before I shaved my head…
She still firmly believes she has 3 mothers; Mama, Mummy (current, shaved head) and 'old' Mummy (with long hair).
— BitterSappho (@BitterSappho) February 10, 2020
2. Hey there, granny.
This is definitely better than when a kid in my kid’s Tae kwon do class asked me if I was his mom or his grandma. TWICE. I am 41 and have exactly ONE gray hair
— Erin Human (@theeisforerin) February 10, 2020
3. Except for…
I was sitting a 6 yr old boy who loved My Fair Lady, I sang a little and he exclaimed, “wow! You could be in the show…except for the…err..” and drew an an air circle around his face. Thanks kid.
— Alison Lewis (@AlisonLew) February 10, 2020
4. Couldn’t figure it out.
I have short hair. I was wearing a skirt. A little girl in my daughter’s preschool class asked if I was a boy or a girl.
— Beth Miller (@bbmiller372) February 10, 2020
5. Horror struck.
Hilarious! If I appeared too early in nice clothes and lipstick, my girls would be horror-struck, and say “Do we have to go somewhere?!”
— Bryn Adamson (@brynadamson) February 10, 2020
6. He probably loved that.
When I was really little, my dad shaved his mustache off and I began bawling and refused to believe he was the same person ?
— faunzi (@faunzfaunzfaunz) February 10, 2020
7. No, that’s Mommy.
I was watching a late night tv with my then 3 yr old son who wouldn’t sleep.
He pointed at the first guest, Kim Kardashian, and said: “That’s Mommy!”
I was flattered until he pointed and said the same thing about the 2nd guest: a fully- bearded Joaquin Phoenix.
— Michelle (@blue_chelley) February 10, 2020
8. Sent them running.
I went to see my goddaughters recently without make up on and 4 opened the door, stared at me, and said “Auntie Shambles….you look different. I don’t like it.” And ran away.
— Shambollicks (@ShamblesAndFuss) February 10, 2020
9. Are you still a girl?
I teach Kindergarten. When I first cut my hair very short, quite a few kids were confused. Got asked “Are you a girl, or…” several times. My favourite was a kid in the bus line: “So are you still a girl?” My students set him straight “Her son has long hair. She likes it short.”
— kids connect (@LaurelFynes) February 10, 2020
10. There goes Merida.
When my son (19) was in middle school, he and his friends assigned Disney Princess names to all their mothers, based on appearances.
Some days I was “Belle”, most days I was called “Merida”. pic.twitter.com/Km9HFzZjcz
— DuchessOfCle (@DuchessCle) February 10, 2020
11. Setting them straight.
My son put a picture of my husband and me on date night on his “Star Student” poster. In his practice introduction, he said, “This is my dad. This is my mom with makeup on.” Thanks kid. Way to set them straight.
— SAWoodard (@Sawoodard22) February 10, 2020
12. Not the hot mom.
My son was about 10 and had some friends over playing basketball; one I didn’t know. He looked me up and down assessing me, and said, “Wouldn’t it be weird to have a hot mom like Garrett’s mom?”
And I am Sam’s mom, the obviously not hot mom.
— CJRiley (@woodsinkcom) February 10, 2020
13. Totally scathing.
My friend’s 5-year-old told me this week that she “loved” my voice and then did an impression of me saying “cooool” in a monotone. It was scathing.
— Beth Newell (@bethnew) February 9, 2020
Hey, it happens to the best of us sometimes, right?
And if it hasn’t happened to you yet, trust me, you’ll get roasted by a child at some point.
If you’ve already experienced this humiliating defeat in life, please share your story with us in the comments!