Look, we love them. We really do. 


But when you're running late for school and the refuse to put their shoes on or you catch them stuffing cookies down the side of the couch after you asked them not to do that for the HUNDREDTH time, our patience can wear thin. 


Extremely, unbearably thin. Enough for us to want to scream, shout. or utter a bold word or two. 




Luckily for us, mum-of-two, Malieky Roman, has just summed up how we're all feeling in those moments. 



"We gotta stop acting like its a bad thing to call our kids assholes," she writes. 


"Like my daughter just dead ass death glared me while pouring her juice on the floor after I said not to."


Been there, sister. 




"Come on. That makes her an asshole," she continues. "Don't shame me." 


No shaming from here. Unless you're raising angelic creatures you'll probably have found it very hard not to tear your hair out during a tantrum. 


Parents are loving it, and sharing their own stories of hilariously evil things their children have done: 



We're here for it. No mum is perfect and we just need a bit of venting some times.  



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