I know my 'thing' is writing snappy copy editorializing the subject at hand, but that's tough to do with this one. Redditor thatdude595 asked the community, 'Parents of reddit, what is most fucked up secret you are hiding from your children?' and the answers exceeded my wildest expectations - and tapped into the darkness and turmoil of domestic life. We think of the family unit as a refuge from the outside world, which is supposedly filled with danger. But sometimes the biggest threat to your welfare is sitting across the dinner table and asking you to pass the potatoes.