You Must See This Amazing Parenting Magazine Parody, Because Truth

Oh man, this is so good. So. Freaking. Good. Behold:


This hilarious “Advanced Tedious Parenting” magazine was created by @Kittus, who says on his Twitter account that he is a childless man. It’s been covered in a few UK sources already, but it’s just made its way across the pond and LOL forever. I especially love that Kourtney Kardashian is on the cover. Even though she’s one of the least offensive Kardashians (I also have a soft spot for Khloe because I feel so sad for her about her infertility and pending divorce. MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU, KHLOE!), putting a Kardashian on the cover of a parody magazine is clearly a stroke of genius. Plus her baby Mason, who is actually now a kid, is so cute.

I think my favorite things on the cover are “Other people’s babies: pretend to give a shit” “Demeaning onesies” and “Stupid old fashioned names.” It’s funny because it’s true, all you mothers of tiny Beulahs and Josephines.”Witless Facebook anecdotes” is pretty good, too, although I actually do like seeing the funny/cute kid sayings and anecdotes that people post on Facebook. They’re amusing! Just as amusing as this cover, in fact.

[h/t: Huffington Post]

Photo: Kittus

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  • etbmm

    “talking about moving” LOL!!! guilty as charged!

  • pixie

    lol “photo forcing techniques revealed”. That made me chuckle.

  • Véronique Houde

    I totally just passively-aggressively posted this to my facebook wall for all those people who share stupidities on parenting on my wall. And i’m damn proud of it!

    • pixie

      *standing ovation*

  • Snarktopus

    My daughter has an old-fashioned name. :(

    • brebay

      But since this is mocking moronic parents who would actually like this magazine, I think it’s actually a compliment to you!

    • Bunny Lucia

      Hey, it’s much better than a Yooneek name.

    • Bingo

      My daughter has an old-fashioned name, too, but I didn’t realize that at the time. I’ve liked the name Cora since I was a teenager and after my daughter (my fourth kid) was born, someone called her, “Coral.” I corrected her and she said, “Oh, that’s right: not the seashell, but the old lady name,” and I was like, “wait…what?” Haha, I had no idea it was considered an old lady name, but since then I’ve come across it in that context many times. Oh, well!

    • Emil

      I think it’s a great name, I don’t associate it with old lady but maybe I don’t know enough old ladies.