19 Times Parents Hilariously Trolled Their Own Kids

Trolling is something every kid has to deal with on the Internet these days, so the last thing they want to experience when they’re not online is being trolled by their parents. Well, unless their parents are really good at it like these parent trolls below. These hilarious pictures of parents trolling kids are proof that trolling can be a wonderful thing when it’s done properly. Making fun of your kids is the right of any parent, considering everything that’s involved in raising a child.

If you’re a parent currently looking for funny ways to prank kids, you’ve come to the right place. From parents expertly trolling their kids via text to the cruelest pranks played on played children by their parents, this parental trolling photo gallery has it all. Witness the trolling, laugh like a troll, and start trolling your children today. Just promise us you won’t wake your kids up in the middle of the night while wearing a troll mask. That’s just not cool.

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Got some unruly kids in the house and want to play a deviously awesome prank? Just spray some cinnamon-bun air freshener around the house and watch them come scrambling to the kitchen, only to be disappointed when they find NO CINNABUNS and you tell them it’s time they did the dishes since they’re there.

Source: ImgurThis cool guy said he didn’t want any presents, just some “Cold hard cash!” for his birthday.

Boy did these parents deliver … literally!!

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You’d think kids would know better than to become friends with their parents on Facebook. We got to agree with this kid’s friend: His dad totally just won the internet.

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This dad loves to mimic his daughter’s social media pictures, and he even became “internet famous” for it. Just a simple reminder that parents SEE ALL!

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No, this isn’t an “own” by any sense, but this dad has a great sense of humor and we love that he was just staring at his kid until they noticed his DIY Pac-Man game.

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To this dad’s credit, we hated how dark Hollister stores were and don’t blame him whatsoever for taking the practical approach to shopping in the dark. And the dad clearly has a point if the daughter has to use the flash to take a photo of her father in the store to try and shame him. Dad, one; daughter, zero.

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Well, you can’t argue with facts!! This is why unicorns went extinct, people. It was all the children’s fault, and their capricious behavior during mealtime.

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We were so confused about why the dad would leave money for pizza and beer and meatloaf. If the kid has meatloaf, then why do they need pizza? And then we discovered what “Meatloaf” really is.

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Well, this isn’t an owner, but these dads are proving that anything their daughters can do, they can do … well, not better, but at least they can do it!! These dads, though, are a little too close for comfort, it seems.

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This mom has picked up one too many dirty pieces of laundry, and her inner Xena is rearing its warrior-like anger. It’s such a simple thing to ask. We just don’t know why kids can’t pick up after themselves…

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Pretty sure we’ve all experienced this one before: get the kids a pet that they swear they’ll take care of and feed, and sure enough, a week later mom and dad are the only ones keeping it alive.

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“If you two can’t get along, I’ll make you two get along!” Honestly, the motivation to stay out of the “Get Along” shirt would be enough to never, ever misbehave.

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Kids, don’t post stupid things on Facebook that your parents can see, like your plans to have a house party while your parents are out of town … This should be so simple.

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Per the example of the kid asking for “cold, hard cash,” kids really need to learn how to specify their desires when they want something. We have a feeling that even if they said “Apple iPad,” they would have received an apple and one of these lovely eye pads.

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And these parents are totally ready for their “Empty Nest Syndrome” to kick in. You’re old enough now, Keith. It’s time to start your own life.

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Outside of maybe a little more chewiness in the calamari, this is surprisingly spot-on. And pretty much anything that’s fried tastes alike … and gives you that same increased chance of congestive heart failure down the road.

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Props to this dad for taking the extra step to make sure his kid stops goofing around in Physics class. The embarrassment is enough to mortify any high school student.

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This kid is 3 years old and he’s already in debt?? Actually, that’s a good life lesson —it’s more probable than not that he’ll be in debt for years and years and years. Get used to it kid!

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