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Parents, Do You Know All of the Internet Slang? Educate Yourself
Parents, Do You Know All of the Internet Slang? Educate Yourself
You try to be on top of what your kids are doing online. Most parents have certain rules when it comes to their teen's internet use. Fox example, laptops and iPads have to be used in common areas, or you put filters up, etc. but, is that enough? There is internet slang that goes far beyond, LMAO, BTW or BRB. Read on to find out more.
Parents, I Bet You Can Relate to ‘Snow Day: The Musical’ [VIDEO]
Parents, I Bet You Can Relate to ‘Snow Day: The Musical’ [VIDEO]
Today was another dreaded 'Snow Day' in most places (Sorry, Augusta!) We've had a ton of 'em this winter. What to do parents...what to do? Well, how about making a music video? Here we go, from the same family that gave us the hilarious 'Christmas Jammies' video, we get their take after finding out that their kids will be home, again...
Watch as Kids Sign Their Class Holiday Concert as a Surprise for Their Deaf Parents
Watch as Kids Sign Their Class Holiday Concert as a Surprise for Their Deaf Parents
This is wonderful. Watch as kids of deaf adults (KODA) enthusiastically sing holiday songs using sign language and animated facial and hand expressions. Five-year-old Claire Koch of the Tampa area stole the show with her enthusiasm and pure joy!
Hilarious ‘What Does The Kid Say’ Parody Video to ‘What Does the Fox Say’ [UPDATE with AUDIO]
Hilarious ‘What Does The Kid Say’ Parody Video to ‘What Does the Fox Say’ [UPDATE with AUDIO]
Alright, there have been numerous parodies to the Ylvis viral video 'What Does the Fox Say?' We've had the farmer and the girlfriend, but none are as funny as this from the My Life Suckers YouTube Channel. If you're a parent, just sit back and relate...and laugh!
Teen Drugs Parents So She Can Stay Online Past Curfew
Teen Drugs Parents So She Can Stay Online Past Curfew
We've all heard the stories about stressed-out parents drugging their unruly toddlers with a dose of Benadryl so that they can get some shut-eye, but this is certainly a new twist. On December 28, a 16 year-old girl and her 15-year-old friend from Northern California decided to buy her parents two milkshakes from a local fast-food joint and crush prescription sleeping pills in them so that they ca

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