13 Tweets That Prove Parents Are The Same Everywhere

September 26, 2016

1. Only petty people will understand this.

2. Our parents didn’t like clearing their own plates.

3. This was just the worst thing ever.

4. Dating was an abomination.

5. When the visitor refuses to go back to their house.

6. The African weekend starter pack

7. This tweet about visitors and gifts.

8. How African parents put their children to sleep.

9. The only dishwasher our parents know and trust:

10. When your parents keep the good things of life for the visitors:

11. The one about the remote.

12. When they start doing bad things in the film you’re watching with your parents:

13. The fastest way to meet Jesus in heaven:

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