Maar wat voor doms deden we zelf vroeger eigenlijk? Buzzfeed vroeg het aan zijn lezers en dit waren de (hilarische) antwoorden:
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I rode my tricycle into the pool and didn’t stop riding (underwater sideways going nowhere) until my dad pulled me out.
— ⚡️⚡️⚡️ katherine ⚡️⚡️⚡️ (@MissKTampaBay) December 11, 2018
In 6th grade during “Family Life” I informed my teacher my parents never had sex as it’s against our religion. She tried to explain the celibacy-until-marriage concept for me & all I kept saying was “No they’re good people they don’t do that”
— Lameace (@kaangzz) December 11, 2018
when i was like 6 i asked my dad for an empty soda can box so that i could make a doll house, instead i took it to the top of the stairs and slid down like a surfboard. my mom was freaking out and my dad was impressed
— paige (@paigerodd) December 11, 2018
Letting go of the swing at it’s highest point after being told, “it’s time to go home”
Pro tip. Never take parents 100% literally.
— Bajan Yoda (Professional Anger Translator™) (@cbirch15) December 10, 2018
7yo. Alone in the kitchen with box of 12 Lil Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pies, “FREE CAR INSIDE”. Instead of taking them out of the box I ate my way to the bottom to find a mail-in coupon. Storm into the living room, throw the box across the room yelling “THERES NO CAR” at my parents
— Fire Ron Now (@MMcgovern35) December 11, 2018
In Kindergarten I was petrified of bees and one day I was playing on the play ground and a bumble bee flew by and i started crying then peed myself and lied about peeing myself and blamed it on the bee
— ᎯᏉᎯ (@avacadoavocado) December 11, 2018
I moved the hands on the clock forward so Sesame Street would start sooner
— Drunkest Librarian (@DrunkestLibrary) December 11, 2018
I def tried to make peanut butter by crushing up peanuts and mixing it w butter😂
— Larry Fish (@Chriscrisis24) December 10, 2018
when I was like 3, I rode one of these fuckers down a steep hill in my backyard and hit a tree. my mom came running after me and asked why I did that, and I literally said “the tree wouldn’t get out of the way” pic.twitter.com/gZuK2CS7aQ
— twinkmas gift 🍑🎁 (@andromeda1514) 10 december 2018
Lost a bouncy ball under my bed and me and my cousin couldn’t see in the dark so I grabbed a lighter and held it under my bed.. caught my bed on fire. My parents still don’t know. 🤦🏻♀️
— Amanda Apolinar (@AmandaCait) December 9, 2018
When I was like 6, I took an egg from the fridge and put it under my pillow before I fell asleep thinking it would be a baby chicken when I woke up
— kayla🌙✨ (@ecstaticb00m) December 10, 2018
My mother loves to tell this story: One day when I was really little I wanted to help her out in the kitchen, so to get me out of the way she gave me a potato to play with. After awhile she went to check on me only to find out I had managed to flush the potato down the toilet.
— Jibberjabberwocky (@EvanW256) December 9, 2018
When I was 5 I put M&Ms in my ear so I could hear them talk like the commercials
— Snowball’s Dog Dad (@DeadLiftinGamer) December 10, 2018
One time I was 7 and tried to hide my diary key in the electrical outlet .
I keep my secrets to myself now…
— becca (@garrison_becca) December 10, 2018