Think that 15-year-old YouTube punks are the only ones who can troll? Wrong. Parents have a long tradition of "trolling" their kids, only back in the day it was just called neglect and child abuse. From texting to Facebook, parents are quick to knock their jerk kids off their high horse and back into reality. If you're going to have kids, you might as well at least get some kind of joy from their misery, right?
Super cool when Tahra was in 2nd grade. Not so much after the dinosaurs phase passed.
Strippers at the graduation party are a win. The sexiness evaporates instantly though when your nana has to watch you get a lap dance.
The friendlier sibling version of the Iron Maiden.
Kid shaming has yet to catch on the way dog shaming has.
Hey, if your dad wants some new Hawaiian board shorts and a puka shell necklace who are you to stop him?
Mmmm, taste like resentment.
Well done, dad with the self shot mockery. This is exactly why you shouldn't befriend your parents on Facebook.
Dad is dropping prom bombs! Notice the use of armpit exposure for maximum embarrassment.
Mom found the perfect use for your "devil bong" while you were away at boarding school.
Hilarious photo for dad, uncomfortable and slightly scary for child.
Nothing breeds self-esteem issues in a child like a patronizing award for doing their household chores.
She hasn't even had a child yet and already she's laid out a decade long plan of maximum trolling. The evil is strong in this one.
Dad wisdom stings a little.
Tag team troll parenting.