Children love finding new purposes for objects and are very good at it, which may in some cases mean breaking toys to create something new or get a new experience from it. It is said that children are scientists and they seek to determine if they can recreate the same experience in different settings or using different tools.
Breaking things is what they enjoy doing the most and there is absolutely nothing parents can do about it. A mother took to social media a few days ago to share a pictures of her son as he broke their TV, she then shared a follow up post as she shared pictures of her son with his bags as she mentioned that she kicked him out of her house.
The post left many of her followers in stitches as this absolutely looks hilarious without a doubt. Isn't this just funny? Wouldn't you do the same if you were faced with such a situation? Well better send them to their grannies for the weekend. Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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