The teenage years are difficult for everybody.
And sometimes teen boys and girls act like total s**theads and they need their parents to bring them down to Earth.
So enjoy these tweets from parents who showed no mercy when they roasted their teenagers!
1. You’ll have to fumigate the house.
Get out while you can!
According to my teenage sons the appropriate number of squirts of Axe Body Spray is somewhere between 38 and 579.
— Lady Lawya (@Parkerlawyer) March 27, 2017
2. This one cuts deep.
Having a bad day?
As a mother of 2 teenagers I fully understand why animals eat their young
— Natasha Huckfield (@dramadelinquent) June 2, 2021
3. Don’t mess with Mom.
My teenage daughter just walked in my room and said, “Mom, if you take my hairbrush can you please remember to put it back?”.
I just looked at her and laughed and laughed and laughed until she slowly backed out of the room.
— Rachel Sobel (@whinecheezits) May 11, 2021
4. Laying it all out for you.
This is TRUTH.
Do’s and Don’ts when raising a teenager:
*Act excited when you see them
*Ask them how their day was
*Make any jokes… they will never be funny
*Expect any form of affection
*Sing out loud when driving
*Expect them to tell you that they love you
*Love them anyway
— Positively Randi (@ICantEven001) February 7, 2019
5. I don’t think they’ll like this.
But go ahead and give it a shot.
Parenting tip: Learn to breakdance so when you meet your teenager’s new friends, you have a cool talent to show them.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) July 17, 2017
6. Here come the waterworks.
Is this worth crying over?
I don’t care how many degrees you have, nothing prepares you for a teen who finds their phone didn’t charge overnight.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) March 9, 2021
7. You win!
Teen tried to make a dramatic exit by slamming my door, but there was a towel on the knob. No slam, & no dignity for her as I died laughing.
— Stephanie Ortiz (@Six_Pack_Mom) November 2, 2017
8. Thug life!
Don’t forget to tell your mommy.
My 15yo son told me he wants to see “Get Out” but since it’s R-rated, he’ll sneak in. Real gangstas tell their mommy their plan in advance.
— Wendi Aarons (@WendiAarons) February 27, 2017
9. Oh, get over it!
Total drama queens.
How is it that my teenager feels free to scroll through my phone, check out my entire camera roll and read every last one of my text messages, but has a literal stroke if I make eye contact with her lock screen?
— Christi Lukasiak (@ChristiLukasiak) January 8, 2019
10. Box of wine, maybe?
That’s what I would try.
Can anyone recommend a good wine that pairs well with a teenager’s shitty attitude?
— Rodney Lacroix (@RodLacroix) July 27, 2019
Now we want to hear from you.
Tell us about some funny roasts you’ve zinged your kids with lately.
Thanks in advance!