Kids are basically tiny little felons-in-training who love to hide and sneak around in an attempt to bypass their parents' rules. But what they may not realize is that, as sneaky as they think they are, it's usually pretty difficult to get anything past the keen, watchful eyes of a parent. Someone recently asked parents of Reddit: "what are your kids currently attempting to hide from you?"
Here are some of the best responses about kids who think they're getting away with something. They don't realize Big Mother (or Father) is watching.
My 22-year-old son starts work at 6:00 a.m. He left the house at 6:30 and came back thirty minutes later. I think he got fired.
Got a 12 year old and I definitely know his Reddit account cause the little turd used my email to sign up. Must not have thought that one through. I’m too scared to look at it though.