Kids are the future and can be adorable or whatever, but they have no filter when it comes to expressing their thoughts–good or bad, but especially bad.
Comedian/author/beleaguered parent Johanna Stein knows the pain all too well, judging by a short, “Momhead,” that she put together to promote her book, How Not to Calm a Child on a Plane. The clip is a compilation of her 4-year-old daughter’s real-life burns, replaying insult by insult, as she re-enacts her morning routine with what looks like a GoPro camera strapped to her head. The sleepy-eyed Stein endures a barrage of insults her daughter has flung in her face over time, which sound all too familiar to anyone who has kids.
“Did you take a shower today ’cause I don’t think it worked.”
“Your breath smells like a fart.”
“Are you gonna make yourself pretty today or are you going to look like you always do?”
“Clara and I were playing in your underpants and they fit both of us at the same time!”
These burns are so real, people.