Quotes & Jokes about Parents
When I was a kid my parents used to tell me, "Emo, don't go near the cellar door!" One day when they were away, I went up to the cellar door. And I pushed it and walked through and saw strange, wonderful things, things I had never seen before, like... trees, grass, flowers, the sun... that was nice...
"Wait up!" That's what kids say. They don't say "wait", they say "Wait up! Hey, wait up!" 'Cause when you're little, your life is up. The future is up. Everything you want is up. "Wait up! Hold up! Shut up! Mom, I'll clean up! Let me stay up!" Parents of course are just the opposite. Everything is down. "Just calm down. Slow down. Come down here. Sit down. Put that down."
We just found out my little brother has a peanut allergy, which is very serious I know. But still I feel like my parents are totally overreacting - they caught me eating a tiny little bag of airline peanuts and they kicked me out of his funeral.
My parents didn't want to move to Florida, but they turned sixty and that's the law.
If you get offended by words - by noises we make with our mouths - it means you were raised by bad parents.
One of my big fears in life is that I'm gonna die and my parents are going to come to clean out my apartment and find that porno wing I've been adding on to for years.
Breaking is tough, turns are tough, but telling your parents you’re gay is the hardest part of rollerblading.
When I was born, I was my parents favorite. But then they seemed to forgot all about me, once they adopted that stupid highway.
I’m in magazines full of model teens so far above you. So, read them and hate yourself and pay me to tell you I love you. And the parents always come along, cause their little girl is in love, and how could love be wrong?
My parents hated me. All I ever heard was, "Why can't you be like your cousin Shelia? Why can't you be like your cousin Shelia?" Shelia had died at birth.
A message to parents who think legalizing weed will make their kids want to try it: they will anyway.
As you get older you realize your parents don't look so dumb - and that you're not as smart as you thought you were.
You know what they say: 'Once you go black, your parents don't talk to you anymore.'
We're all products of our parents: all your mother's traits are in the egg and all your father's traits are in the sperm. And if I know my parents, that sperm and egg had a fight.
White parents use time out. My mom used a different type of time out. She'd be like, 'There... take time out to pick up your teeth.'