As Indians, our parents and society are not quite familiar with the concept of moving out once the kid turns 18. Something like this only comes to life for those who decide to study or work, from outside their town, the one where their parents live.
While more and more people are moving out now, there are some who are still stuck under the authority of their parents and guardians, and they live a hard and scrutinized life, indeed. However, by the end of it all, almost all of us have tasted this recipe of living with parents, in our young years.
The entire situation has way too many perks to even remotely be considered a dreading experience, but somehow the cons always seem to carry a heavyweight. There’s nothing that can replace home-cooked meals and parents love, the same is with independence, sense of responsibility and not to answer someone, every time you step outside your house.
But we all have had certain situations and moments with our parents that can be repeated and retold to almost anyone with a sense of agreement in a response. Twitterati is sharing just that and these tweets will make you miss your home and parents. And for those of you still living with their parents, you will be surprised to see how you relate to so many of these instances.
My mom once hired these cleaners to come clean our house and since my mom is an African mom, she made my siblings and I clean up before they got there so we don’t look like a messy family and embarrass her
If your mom ain’t having a good day, the whole house ain’t having a good day https://t.co/yainKhz3Iw
When you have guests coming and your mum pulls out snacks from all over the house https://t.co/KcbzUncGrP
When you break something in the kitchen and your mom walk in so you gotta play it cool! @ShannonSharpe
I JUST HEARD MY DAD SAY “Alexa, piss off” FROM THE KITCHEN AND IM FUCKING SCREAMING
My mum constantly shouts me from another room in the house & then goes silent when I respond why
Why is it when my mum or dad asks me how much I paid for something, I reduce the price by 50% of what I paid for it
me walking into my house with my packages after telling my mom I was broke
Left the light in my room on to quickly pop into the kitchen… Mum just walked into the kitchen talking about since you wanna leave your light on, I’m transferring the electricity bill to your account https://t.co/mEujztlr3S
No matter how hilarious and relatable all of these tweets were and how amazingly they do hit home, there’s a sense of love they bring with themselves. A love for our parents who have been some of the most amazing human beings on this planet for each and every one of us. Because, who else would love to give all that they have to another person, just to see them smile?