38 Funny Tweets By Parents Who Are Raising Teenagers


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Parents think that toddlers are the hardest to raise, but there is a certain period of any kid’s life that is actually way harder to control. Yes, that is correct: teenagers are by far the toughest to raise, and any parent would probably confirm. With that in mind, it is only natural that the tweets below exist. They show the reality of raising a teen, told by the people who raise them.

 

1. The door 

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Here is something that would seem like it is not a big deal, but when you read the tweet twice, you will see how annoying this could be.

2. The teen

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It seems that good behavior can be something to consider a good thing, but not when it comes to teenagers. We believe they are up to no good when they do well.

3. The son

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Some parents are fed up with their teenagers doing the kind of thing that is either wrong or inappropriate. It seems this mother is no exception.

4. The texts

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Now, this is one of the moments when a parent needs to pause and reconsider everything they taught their kid up until they became a teenager.

5. The 90s

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Well, this is one of these moments when parents know there is no right move. Throwing them away was probably a mistake, but it still happened.

6. The house

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This is one fun tweet, but parents could agree that it tells the truth. Teens tend to stay as little as possible in their homes to talk to their parents.

7. The nephew

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Here is how teens keep making the same mistakes their parents did. We are convinced that this person liked this sweater when they wore it back in the day.

8. The picture 

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For some weird reason, the person who posted this is absolutely correct, as no teenager would ever allow to have their image taken by their parents.

9. The exchange 

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Teenagers are unpredictable, and we guess that people who raised one or two of them would agree that they always one something they hated months before.

10. The sweatpants 

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Well, this is yet another of those relatable tweets that nobody could deny, and you can probably relate to it, too. We know we did!

11. The kids

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Wow, this is one quite savage tweet, and we all know it tells the truth. Most parents have surely heard this expression from their teenagers at least once.

12. The cat

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There are many ways to describe the reality behind raising a teenager, but this is one of the best comparisons we have ever seen that serve as a description.

13. The donation 

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Now, this is something that we would always stand behind, and we mean it: vintage clothing is never meant to be donated or, God forbid, thrown away.

14. The shoes 

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In relation to our comment above, this tweet shares a similar point of view, and we can really tell a lot of people would feel the exact same way about clothes.

15. The lunch 

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There are moments when parents everywhere should realize that their kids have very different tastes about anything you could imagine, including food.

16. The son

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Teens always want this and that because they think that they are not trendy enough, but they push it too far sometimes. The tweet shows they often lack creativity as well.

17. The mother 

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Now, this is one of the most relatable tweets for any parent out there, and we love it. There are moments when any parent questions their sanity, don’t they?

18. The teen girls 

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Here is how different kids can be, and there is nobody who could judge any teen for their choices. It seems that style is different when you are a teen, too.

19. The bedroom 

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Cleaning the room your teen inhabits is something that could never be described as a pleasant process. We are sure this tweet reveals how that feels.

20. The list

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Well, there you have it, the list that describes the simple steps to really annoy your teen for no reason at all. We like how this parent thinks.

21. The coat 

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For some weird reason, many teens, if not all, don’t like wearing coats, and they think they are less cool and look stupid wearing them. This is not true, of course.

22. The name 

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The things moms sometimes do are witty and funny, but the teens they gave birth to are never impressed with the said things. I showed this in the tweet above.

23. The thing 

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Now, this is not what some parents would agree with, but most would surely confirm it. Teens are not much of a help around the house.

24. The money 

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This is a topic that never gets old: old clothes become trendy again, meaning they were never meant to be thrown away. It seems many teenagers understand that.

25. The college 

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The thing about parenting is that there is no telling just how many people would feel it was not worth it. The reason? Ungrateful kids, especially teens.

26. The hotel 

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Wow, some teens really think their agenda is more valuable than anyone else’s. This is the kind of thing that not many mothers would tolerate.

27. The age 

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Not only does this tweet make sense, but it probably discovered a whole new way for people to count the years they spend on this planet. It is awesome, really.

28. The love

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Well, this is one of the moments when we sit back and think about teenage life. Teens act as if they know it all and are grown-ups, but they cannot manage their life on their own.

29. The prayer

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There are too many teenagers out there that feel ashamed when they are seen with their families in public, and this is simply not the kind of behavior they should have.

30. The starvation 

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It seems that this person brought sarcasm to a whole new level, and we like this kind of attitude. It seems that this teen has the appetite of a whole team of teens.

31. The weight 

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This is the kind of kindness that you can never accept as something legit. When your teen is too polite for seemingly no reason, there is a reason, alright.

32. The fury 

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It seems that parents can do whatever they want to do, or avoid doing anything in particular, but they would always be too annoying for their spoiled teen kids.

33. The conversation 

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Some parents will never tolerate the kind of behavior that they would consider offensive or simply too demanding. As you can see, this parent is having none of it.

34. The inventory

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Some parents take things to another level when they want to clean their teen’s room. In this case, the inventory might be a bit too much to be real, but who knows.

35. The tip 

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We are not sure what was this person thinking to ask such a question, but you can see he learned a valuable lesson the hard way, and he never made this mistake again.

36. The sneakers

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There you have it, one more situation that is the exact same as thousands of other stories, some of which we shared on this list. Teens will be teens, we guess.

37. The animals 

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This is one of the best entries on the list, and you can see why! We love it how this person was able to wrap up what having teens feels like.

38. The help

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The things parents sometimes do to get their revenge are awesome. This person invented the single most useful means of annoying a teen, and we have yet to try it out ourselves.


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Patrick Bennet
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