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Parents are sharing their toddler meltdown stories and it's hilarious

Proof that nobody gets more upset at the world than these small human beings.

Parents are sharing their toddler meltdown stories and it's hilarious

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Let's face it; kids can get worked up about the silliest things. However, if there's an age group that is notorious for strange meltdowns, toddlers take the cake—HANDS DOWN.

While we can probably place the blame for these outbursts on their rapidly developing brains, it's usually a puzzle and a half to figure out how they got so worked up in the first place. And when you do figure it out, the reason is, well, a little bit ridiculous.

In a thread on the subreddit /r/askreddit, parents shared some of the funniest reasons behind their little one's breakdowns, and we rounded up the best responses. Prepare yourself for a good chuckle.

What’s that smell?

We get it—sometimes, you just can’t hold anything back…

(via ShutTheFrontDoor__)

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For the love of hats

A night cap is one thing, but two? He’s a mad hatter!

(via SailorJupiter80)

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Too many churros

We wonder how this kid’s going to react to learning fractions at school...

(via azdudeguy)

 

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Vacation’s all I ever wanted

Sorry buddy, you can’t go back in time!

(via SudoPoke)

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A burrito made to order

At least he was being specific.

(via Bro4shoe)

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Imaginary emergency

Quick! Someone call the imaginary fire department! Oh wait...

(via napana)

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Dunk-a-roo!

This can't be worse than your kids hogging the remote, right?

(via joppies)

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You’re hiding something

If you get excited when you hear a box of cookies open, then you would understand his disappointment.

(via flypaper1001)

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Car problems

You can get your own car when you’re older.

(via jeannes83)

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Trees

It’s hard to win against nature, kid.

(via gerberner)

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Cat fight

Because blaming the dog is cliché.

(via johnyann)

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Cray for crayons

Can you paint with all the colours of the Wendy's?

(via mryazzieyazz)

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Balloon issues

This kid will learn soon enough that you can’t fight gravity.

(via PRNmeds)

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Bring on the water works

Sometimes experience is the best teacher, hopefully she knows better now!

(via 2371341056)

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Electri-cute!

Bet he was shocked by this one.

(via naking)

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Gobble gobble!

He better be prepared to deal with Thanksgiving dinner

(via Rava3396)

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Double trouble

She may not like having a new twin if doesn’t like her current one!

(via notsostepfordwife)

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If we've learned one thing from these stories, it's that nobody gets more upset at the world than these small human beings—they're called the 'terrible twos' (and threes... and fours....) for a reason, right?

Do you relate to any of these parents? Has your child ever had a funny breakdown?

This article was originally published on Feb 09, 2019

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