You know how kids say the darnedest things?
Well, they completely lose their sh*t over the darnedest things, too.
Kids cry for the craziest reasons.And so parents came together on Twitter to share #WhyMyKidIsCrying, and their posts are so ridiculously funny you can do nothing but laugh.
Toast on the head
via: TwitterHer mom even tried to explain to her how people with toast on their heads are not taken seriously in this world, but she wasn't having it.
ABC pizza crust
via: TwitterOK, real talk: When little kids chew on food, it becomes so horribly disgusting and soaked in slobber and disgusting.
The straw of doom
via: TwitterLet me guess: She wanted to do it. C'mon, mom, get with the program.
No poop for you
via: TwitterThere are times when you truly question the sanity of your child. This is one of those times. The next one is precious...
No more Tylenol
via: TwitterOh, so your mom won't let you die?! Boo hoo!
The stolen nose
via: TwitterI mean, how dare she, right? A nose is a very important thing.
via: TwitterContrary to popular belief, she's not crying because her dad is trying to make her eat organic kale chips, which would be a very reasonable reason to cry. It's because those organic kale chips are weirdly shaped. Go figure.
The ice water queen
via: TwitterCrying over ice water? This kid sounds less like a baby and more like a picky celebrity diva.
The empty Oreo box
via: TwitterI know it's sometimes hard to believe, but things in the trash are usually there for a reason. The next one would have any parent pulling out their hair...
The triangle cut
via: TwitterBut she changed her mind! Why can't you change it after you've already cut it! It's not fair!
This drama queen
via: TwitterOh my goodness, that pose is perfect. She's like a character in a movie being left behind by a ship.
via: TwitterWhat is wrong with a mother who cannot provide enough geese for her child's amusement? Seriously, parents these days...
No beer for the kid
via: TwitterListen, kid, I get it. Beer is great.
The diaper indecision is real
via: TwitterBeing a kid is hard and full of contradictions. Why can't parents understand that? The next one is actually too much...
Too much of a good thing
via: TwitterGirl, I get it. Pizza and cookies are where it's at.
via: TwitterWhy would you ever try and take that booger away from him? It's stealing! That's his booger!
The laundry room awaits
via: Twitter*through choked-up tears* How is he supposed to see the washer and the dryer if the door to the laundry room is closed?
Life isn't fair
via: TwitterSomeday, she'll thank you. Until then, you can deal with the banshee screams.
via: TwitterYou know what? This kid is right! Christmas Eve is a dupe by Big Christmas to make kids mad, and it's working. Share this with someone who would understand these parents' plights!