24 Hilarious Lies That Parents Have Told Their Children (And You Probably Heard, Too)

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Every primogenitor will distortion to their child during some indicate — it’s usually a fact of life. There isn’t adequate time in a day to explain every singular thing to a extraordinary kid. It’s impossible. So, in sequence to get kids to behave, eat right, or usually to disaster with them for a few changed years…parents tell their children (mostly harmless) white lies.

Thanks to a integrate of Reddit threads, now we know some of a many waggish (and outlandish) lies relatives have ever told their children. Game on, moms and dads!

1. The ole unfeeling trick.

The ole unfeeling trick.

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via Mr Milenko

2. Hopefully, there was a puppy during a finish of all of this.

Hopefully, there was a puppy during a finish of all of this.

Flickr / crazymandi

via AppleChiaki

3. A resolution for those super-annoying toys!

A resolution for those super-annoying toys!

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via CapnNoodle

4. 15 years after and still no curly hair…

15 years after and still no curly hair...

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via Ice Burn

5. Trying new things is good…even if you’re duped into it.

Trying new things is good...even if you're duped into it.

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via RadioGuyRob

6. Forget bowling angels, God is removing absolved of His futon.

Forget bowling angels, God is removing absolved of His futon.

Flickr / sami

via sonia72quebec

7. Early joke education.

Early joke education.

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via Kailslaw

8. Oddly enough, this creates sense.

Oddly enough, this creates sense.

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via Ms Plick

9. No, no. This isn’t Coke during all.

No, no. This isn't Coke during all.

Flickr / larrison

via L4r4z4

10. The safest white distortion ever.

The safest white distortion ever.

Flickr / malouette

via SquiddyTheMouse

11. Another shining thought for a arsenal…

Another shining thought for a arsenal...

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via effthegreen

12. So many lessons in one lie!

So many lessons in one lie!

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via Mr Milenko

13. Just wait ’til they learn a song lorry hands out ice cream, too.

Just wait 'til they learn a song lorry hands out ice cream, too.

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via No Filter217

14. One elementary distortion desirous an whole Rugrats part dedicated to this.

One elementary distortion desirous an a href=http://rugrats.wikia.com/wiki/The_Inside_Story target=_blankentire Rugrats episode/a dedicated to this.

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via bNoaht

15. At slightest it’s improved than carrying your pants illuminated on fire.

At slightest it's improved than carrying your pants illuminated on fire.

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via jfqs6m

16. Wait…this ISN’T true?

Wait...this ISN'T true?

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via gordhed

17. So, behave. Seriously.

So, behave. Seriously.

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via jbaus

18. Do they palm out these enchanting buttons during Driver’s Ed?

Do they palm out these enchanting buttons during Driver's Ed?

Flickr / talatlas

via dracarys dude

19. An instance of hilariously overwhelming parenting.

An instance of hilariously overwhelming parenting.

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via Anthem12891

20. …must ask Science about this.

...must ask Science about this.

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via live lyfe

21. There contingency be thousands of lies usually about rumble alone.

There contingency be thousands of lies usually about rumble alone.

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via Miserable Bugger

22. It’s tough to tell what a dark doctrine here is (aside from crippling paranoia).

It's tough to tell what a dark doctrine here is (aside from crippling paranoia).

Flickr / fontfont

via Immakai

23. Now, if usually they could review AND speak about 35% less…

Now, if usually they could review AND speak about 35% less...

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via Mr Milenko

24. …just unequivocally awful naps, kids.

...just unequivocally awful naps, kids.

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via ThatLurkerGuy

(via Reddit, Twenty Two Words)

Parents need to distortion to their kids sometimes, though these are flattering creative. Maybe one day when I’m a father, I’ll tell my kids some of these. Very, really creative.