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Tuesday Twitter Tracker: 10 Hilarious Tweets From Parents

If you don't laugh, you're dead inside.

I have laughed out loud several times in the past couple hours while putting together this edition of the ten funniest tweets from parents on Twitter.  Thar be some funny folks out there, y’all. Especially @yoyoha, who hits more home runs on Twitter than Barry Bonds or whomever was slamming it out of the park in their heyday. And he doesn’t even use steroids. At least, I don’t htink he does. But I can’t be sure. Seriously. Follow him. Yoyoha, I mean. Not Barry Bonds. But you can follow Barry Bonds too, if you want although I have no idea if dude is on Twitter.

*Note: If Barry Bonds is not the right dude for this comparison cut me some slack, wouldja? It took several minutes of googling baseball, home runs and steroids to come up with that name.

In case you missed it, you can check out last week’s Twitter Tracker.  Some of the same people are featured again because, well, because they’re funny as hell, man.

If you know anyone who’s knocking ‘em dead on Twitter, send me a link.  Especially if you know of any mamas like (@kellyoxford) who are killing it on a regular basis.

Go follow these people on Twitter because you will laugh, I promise. It’s funny because it’s true!

Okay, enough with the preamble.  Here are some of the funniest tweets about parenting you’ll ever read.

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