Our new YouTube show really dives in and covers the toughest issues of the week in the funniest ways possible. It’s like Chatroulette with way less nudity.
Well, a bit less.
Here are all three episodes in a playlist.
Episode 1 - Scary Movies That Scarred Us, Ice Bucket Challenge Options and Teens Waking Up Late
Episode 2 - Magnet Schools, Drinking in Front of your Kids and Sharknado
Episode 3 -Adrian Peterson, Divorce Ruins Rich Kids and Parental Legacy
Every time you watch, a kitten gets its wings… which, as you can imagine, is very confusing for the kittens.
A new Pew Research study shows the one quality parents most want their kids to have is responsibility.
I agree, but I’ve already given up on that for my kids. They’re not even responsible enough to not cut their own hair.
Anyway, Pew polled more than 3,000 parents and education seemed to be one of the main factors in how they ranked the qualities. According to a Time article on the study, college-educated parents “regard tolerance, persistence and curiosity more highly than do parents with less education. Having kids who help others is more important to high-school-educated parents than it is to any other category.”
Interestingly, one of the qualities that never ranked the most important: Religious faith.
Have you watched the latest installment of Discussing News With My Kids yet? No? What is the ever-loving hell is wrong with you?
You should watch it for these reasons:
- My kids are freaking adorable
- They have fantastic ideas (I mean, pneumatic tubes? C’mon!)
- The theme music is kinda catchy
- People will think you’re super smart for being up on all the latest news and shit
The boys decided to create a water park for the creatures. Looks like the drought hit them, too.
Aim high, kids.
The boys received their white belts from the jeet kune do instructor yesterday. So begins the countdown clock to ninjahood.
I’m going to print this out and hang it on our fridge.
I’m going to print this and hang it over my boys’ beds.
How parenting works.
The folks who run multi-billion-dollar companies also love to collect things like airlines, islands and politicians. Since the primary function of this job is to proclaim, “I want that!” about seemingly unattainable things, kids would fit into this role nicely. They’ve honed this skill at toy stores, ice cream parlors, gift shops and dog pounds—even ones they’ve just seen as they drive by. It’s moot whether they do it from a minivan or the back of a limo.
I did a thing for How To Be A Dad where I suggest some jobs could best be filled by kids.
[gif via Kodomo Keisatsu (Kids Police)]
ICYMI: In the latest episode of Discussing New With My Kids, the boys offer their thoughts on Scotland’s possible independence, the U.S. Court of Appeals questioning the gay marriage ban, and a new technology that enables telepathy.
And like my boys, it’s short and funny.