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10 Hilarious Toddler Problems You Shouldn’t Be Laughing At Because #ToddlerProblems Are Serious Business

(Photo: Shutterstock/Tiplyashina Evgeniya)

(Photo: Shutterstock/Tiplyashina Evgeniya)

Toddlers. They’re adorable as a button. But as Maria Guido mused this week, half the time they’re a whirlwind of nightmarish hell on Earth. Our buddy the Honest Toddler even has a handy dandy hash tag for it, #ToddlerProblems. If you get a chance you should totally check out all the amusing, thoughtful and sometimes terrifying toddler problems parents are using this hash tag to discuss on Twitter. But let’s be real. If you’re the parent of a toddler, you don’t have time for that shiz. So I’ve gathered 10 of the funniest examples for your entertainment.

10. Cheese is everything

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Aimee, Aimee, Aimee. When will you learn? To a toddler, cheese is everything. To deny a toddler cheese is to deny them the most sacred right of toddler-kind. Oh well, maybe the adoptive mom has some cheese…

9. Even superheroes have quirks

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Now get it right before he has to use his laser sight on you, woman!

8. Who needs geography?

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A toddler has no need for things like maps or geography. Now get him some Mickey ears STAT!

7. Sounds like a personal problem

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But you didn’t answer the most important question…is the truck okay?

6. Toddler tattoos

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Phfffftt. Don’t feel bad little guy. Even Van Gogh was misunderstood in his day.

5. Pants are for infants

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I’m sure this lady’s toddler is thinking “To hell with these pants, I have important toddler work to do.”

4. Toddlers do what they want

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But how else is she going to MacGyver her way out of the crib?

3. A budding fashionista

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Who says sweatpants can’t be “pants” pants?

2. Call the authorities!

toddler problems 10Making your toddler listen to so much Macklemore that they can quote him should be a punishable offense.

1. Toddler cuisinetoddler problems 6Wait…there are people who DON’T eat butter straight from the package? Heathens!

(Photo: Twitter, unless otherwise stated)

 

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  • RayneofCastamere

    “Hey, babysitter cousin! I wanna watch three hours straight of Caillou! And you’re GOING to watch too!”

    Those exact words were never said, but you get the idea.

  • Justme

    I took my daughter for her first pedicure yesterday. She sat beautifully through the whole process…and then threw a fit because I wouldn’t put her shoes back on afterwards.

  • guest

    #1 and #10 are the same?

    • http://fairlyoddmedia.com/ Frances Locke

      Hi “youareanidiot@proofread.com”, I actually just grabbed the wrong cheese-related pic, but super cool email address! – F

  • Katherine Handcock

    Two days ago my daughter had a temper tantrum because I wouldn’t let her watch Wonder Pets at 3:30 in the morning. On second thought, that’s probably more of a #MyProblem; she didn’t seem bothered by the tantrum part at all…

  • xx

    mom #10 is named Aimee, not Keri, although her name was Keri before you changed the pic. :p

  • http://wtfihaveakid.blogspot.ca/ jendra_berri

    I am not looking forward to this stage.

  • EX

    #4 reminds me of trying to get out the door to go out for breakfast this weekend. My toddler ended up taking a bag with her which contained the following essential items: a small pencil, paper pad and sand timer from a travel boggle game, a toy tea cup and creamer, a toy salt shaker and a fry basket from her toy kitchen. I have no idea what she had planned with these things but if it meant we could leave she was bringing them.

    • AugustW

      My three year old and I regularly fight about what is appropriate to bring in the car for the tortuous five minute drive to school. Elmo? Sure. Pillow? Uh, no. Paper? Sure. Giant inflatable ninja? No.

    • Katherine Handcock

      Giant inflatable ninja? If that’s not exaggeration, I want to visit your house!

    • AugustW

      No exaggeration. It’s one of those bopper toys that you hit and they spring back up. Except it’s twice her size and dressed like a ninja.

    • http://fairlyoddmedia.com/ Frances Locke

      Sounds like the set up for the best game ever!

  • bea

    I threw a fit on a flight to orlando because my granpa said we were going to see mickey. I naturally assumed he meant on the plane. #Iknowthatfeelbro

    • http://fairlyoddmedia.com/ Frances Locke

      True story, I was terrified of Mickey until I was like 5 or 6. I have no idea why. The idea of being on a plane with that overgrown rat would have terrified me!

  • Mette

    Is it just me, or did the kid in #6 draw an erect penis on his belly?

    • http://fairlyoddmedia.com/ Frances Locke

      I thought this too, but I was afraid it was just my Freudian brain playing tricks on me!

  • Guest123

    My toddler asked for a grilled cheese. As I was assembling the sandwich and getting ready to throw it into the pan he started crying and shouting “No cheese on it! No cheese on it!” Huh?

  • Bethany Ramos

    #4 made me lol because my toddler is all bout sleeping with random shit. Just yesterday, he slept with a giant wrench through his nap. Whatever helps you sleep at night…

  • Taxes Make Kittens Cry

    Would it hurt the captain to announce “now landing in Disneyworld” for the benefit of the parents?

  • ted3553

    Mine has a fit when he holds food out to the dog who then eats it. This connection seems to be taking a while to understand.