40 Times Parents Definitely Inflated The Truth About Their 'Woke' Kids' Accomplishments
Moms and dads are always so proud of their little ones – and for a good reason! But let's be honest, sometimes they take it a step too far and make their kids' accomplishments sound a little too impressive.
Posts from parents exaggerating their kid's achievements or putting words in their mouths are reminiscent of the kind of "creative" posts that you can find on LinkedIn. The posts from parents often include information about awards their children have received, awards their children have been nominated for, or accomplishments their children have achieved that may not be entirely factual or accurate.
Similarly, LinkedIn users have been known to create posts about made-up events or achievements in order to appear more impressive to prospective employers. These posts often contain exaggerated details or false information that is hard to verify.
In both cases, the posts are often used as tools to make the poster appear to be more successful than they actually are. We've all seen those posts about their 'smart' or 'woke' kids doing something extraordinary that most likely never happened.
So, here are 40 hilarious examples of parents bragging about their kids' 'achievements' that probably never occurred! Whether it's inventing a new type of mathematics or solving world hunger, these parents have taken their love for their children to the next level!
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1. Well, then i am going to worship Satan
2. Not the same
3. Do kids know right from wrong, or is it our job to teach them?
4. Dear parents...
5.Yeah, that's what teens are thinking about...
6. Yep, sure
7. Not funny
8. Creepy as hell
9. Just read it...
11. Poor turkeys...
12. Sure, this happened
13. Is this true?
14. It is weird, but we doubt a child noticed it
15. White privilege in the air
17. Keep roaring
18. That is love
19. Doing prayers
20. Let the negotiations begin
21. The world is mushy
22. it is true
23. Pretty eloquent for a 4yo
24. This is funny, but true
25. Yes, that's exactly what a 2yo would say...
27. Really happened?
29. Did he really say that?
30. Oh, Lord...
31. Elon Musk, please stop destroying the world
32. Own the plane
33. Yeah, right...
34. True, but didn't happen
36. Second grader?
37. Yeah, men need a special day. We are so endangered. Poor little us
38. Conspiracy theory
Parents, let's be real: kids can be pretty darn creative and expressive - they don't need your help coming up with snappy one-liners! Posting your little ones' 'wise words' on social media is cute, but please don't put words in their mouths.
Not only does it sound a little ridiculous, it can also make your kiddo feel like their voice isn't valid. Let them find their own words - you might just be surprised by what they have to say!