Kids Flour Bomb
November 21, 2011 by staff
Kids Flour Bomb, Parenting is hard. Like, really hard. Why anyone would want to find themselves in the unenviable position of taking responsibility for screwing up another person’s life is a great mystery.
You have to be prepared for a certain amount of chaos. Actually, scratch that. You have to be prepared for living a life entirely within the realm of chaos. Nowhere is that better exemplified than by this video of a mother emerging from the bathroom and finding out that her one-year-old and her three-year-old have completely covered the house in a five-pound bag of flour.
“Ooooooooooh boy,” is really all she can and does say. That, and “oh my gosh.”
We don’t think this video is a viral ad for Tupperware or Gold’s Flour, even though it’s a great ad for both. We do think, however, this mother is way too calm. It’s like she’s not even angry or surprised by her two kids terrorizing the house with a bag of flour.
Been there. Done that. Move along. Onto the next episode of unwitting kid chaos. By the way, it’s probably time to store the flour in a very high cabinet if you’re a parent and don’t already.
Have you ever tried to clean up flour? It’s impossible. You can’t vacuum it because it just poofs up in smoke. You can’t use a mop or wet rag because it just turns into a gloppy, sticky mess. This mother better hold onto this video to use against her two kids later in life when they start complaining about something: “Hey kids, I didn’t kill you during this moment when I wanted to, so you owe me big time.”
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