19 Hilarious Tweets That Sum Up The Reality Of Fatherhood

19 Hilarious Tweets That Sum Up The Reality Of Fatherhood

Image: Shutterstock

Fatherhood is tough work, no argument about it. But it’s always better if you can deal with things that your 4-year-old does with a sense of humor. After all, life is much more fun when you don’t take things seriously. Here are 19 tweets made by fathers that are sure going to bring a smile to your face.

1. RIP, Social Life

Source: Twitter

This is one tweet that every parent can relate to. Your social life goes down the drain. You appear less and less on birthdays, and funerals until people no longer invite you.

2. Joey Doesn’t Share Food!

Source: Twitter

We are sure we have all thought about it at some point. You cannot stuff your mouth with food without sharing it with your kids. Sharing all the time can be a struggle if you are like Joey from the sitcom Friends.

3. Sleep Is Important

Source: Twitter

Unlike the old days, men today take up the responsibility of staying through the night if the baby is crying. Those long nights can be quite hard to get through if you don’t take it lightly with a pinch of humor.

4. That’s One Honest Man

Source: Twitter

We cannot help but chuckle at this one. Ryan Reynolds comes up with his funny fatherhood tweets every now and then, and we love it every single time.

5. Just One Look At The Baby

Source: Twitter

Your toddler is like an earthworm that stays on the floor most of the time, and it’s important to keep it clean for the baby. Or, like in this case, you will get a reminder of when to vacuum by looking at your baby.

6. Eat The Cheese, Dammit!

Source: Twitter

Yes, we do agree that you cannot read your way to fatherhood. Life as a parent would be half easy if they finished their vegetables.

7. The Napkin Man

Source: Twitter

This one is hilarious and adorable at the same time.

8. We Totally Relate

Source: Twitter

Ryan Reynolds tells it like it is, black and white. Sure, we love being a parent, but haven’t we all dwelled on our old days?

9. Simon Cowell In The Making

Source: Twitter

Children are innocent and brutally honest. Unlike us, they do not know how to sugarcoat things. So, if your kid tells you that you sound awful, there’s a 99% chance that she is right.

10. Nonetheless, We Love Lisa

Source: Twitter

There are times when you look at your child and think “awww” and there are times when you wonder why on earth you became a parent. We’re sure Lisa is going to burst into laughter when she reads her Dad’s tweet, after a few years.

11. That’s One Tough Choice To Make

Source: Twitter

You think twice before spending any money on yourself after being a parent. You don’t want to feel like you are being selfish.

12. Definitely Browser History

Source: Twitter

Yeah, it’s probably a good idea to keep your kids away from smartphones.

13. Where’s My Lego, Daddy?

Source: Twitter

Who knew that parenting would one day be all about pretending and lying?

14. Patience Is Key

Source: Twitter

If not anything, kids do teach us how to be patient.

15. Giving Them A Free Lesson On Adapting

Source: Twitter

Yeah, now it’s just some leftover pizza with zero notes. The initial excitement fades faster than a rainbow, isn’t it?

16. They Are Precious

Source: Twitter

Who has the time and energy to go out anyway? Plus, I’ll be saving some money.

17. The Walking Dead One!

Source: Twitter

Scoring goals are so boring, being a zombie takes a hell lot of creativity.

18. We Love Olaf

Source: Twitter

Are you even a parent if you haven’t watched Frozen with your kid a hundred million times?

19. Um, Thanks, Daddy?

Source: Twitter

Conan O’Brien sure is a man with a sense of humor. But we are not sure if that’s the right way to teach kids about taxes.

Tweets like these remind us that we all deal with the same struggles when it comes to parenting, and some light-hearted humor never hurt anyone. And we have Ryan Reynolds to remind us ever so often that when it comes to fatherhood, celebrities are no different. Don’t you agree?

The following two tabs change content below.

Mitha Shameer

Mitha is passionate about writing on topics related to women and children. She loves to present the brighter side of life to her readers in the form of her articles. She writes on games, stories, arts & craft, celebrations and more for MomJunction. When she isn't glued to online shopping websites, she loves reading books and watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S.