17 Kids Who Really, Really Hate Their Christmas Presents

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…unless you’re on the receiving end of some pretty horrible Christmas gifts.

Christmas is the day that many children of all ages look forward to the most. Can you blame them, though? Who doesn’t love getting gifts?

But after they’ve anticipated Santa’s arrival and struggled to fall asleep on Christmas Eve, they feel intense sadness if they awake to find a less-than-perfect gift under the tree. Maybe it’s the wrong color or they already have it, or maybe it’s something they never wanted in the first place.

Regardless of what exactly sent these kids into Christmastime meltdowns, you have to admit that it’s pretty hilarious to see kids absolutely lose their marbles over their presents.

1. That face says it all.

2. “What the heck? Who would need this?”

3. What was she going to do with ALL the bicycles anyways?

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These Two Kids Just Shared Their First Kiss, So Why Can’t They Stop Laughing?

There’s a lot of pressure associated with having your first kiss.

They say you never forget it, so everything about that moment has to be just right. Teens try to hash out the perfect plan to ensure that the magical experience happens at the right place, time, and with Mr. or Mrs. Right. It wasn’t all that long ago, though, that we thought boys and girls had cooties.

These two adorable kids have found a way to take all the stress out of their first kiss. The pair can be seen leaning in for multiple pecks on the lips, in between taking a moment to reflect (i.e. wipe the yucky germs off) and have a bit of a giggle fit.

This first kiss is one straight out of the movies.

Ah, to be that sweet and innocent again. Those were the days.

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Talented Little Girl Stuns The Judges On ‘America’s Got Talent’ With An Original Song

Adorable 12-year-old Grace VanderWaal seemed shy when she first stepped onto the audition stage for “America’s Got Talent,” and when the young lady revealed she would be performing an original song while playing the ukulele, the judges faces were instantly shrouded in doubt.

Although Grace has been writing songs since she was a toddler, this was the first time she would be performing in front of such a large crowd. As she started singing, all traces of nervousness faded away and the judges had to scrape their jaws up off the floor after hearing her voice. No wonder Howie Mandel gave her the golden buzzer!

Incredible. I’m sure Grace VanderWaal’s iconic audition will go down in reality TV history. It’s easy to say her flawless talent is what swept everyone off their feet, but honestly, it was her humility and positive outlook on life that really won the audience over.

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19 Times Parents Have No Chill

“Mom, you’re embarrassing me!”

1. When you meet your kid’s new “cool” friend and try to impress them.

NBC

2. When you’re out in public and realize you didn’t pack any diapers.

3. When your kid reaches even the simplest of milestones.

The CW

4. When you’ve been away from your kid too long on a business trip.

NBC

5. When your kid says something rude in public.

Paramount Pictures

6. When someone sneezes near your newborn baby.

Lionsgate

7. When your kid is at bat in Little League.

MGM

8. When you show your kid your favorite movie from your childhood and REALLY want them to like it.

9. When your kid insists on ordering their own meal at a restaurant and then doesn’t eat a single bite.

VH1

10. When your kid says they’re in their room “studying.”

NBC

11. When you come across an item you need on clearance at Target.

TLC

12. When you’re not feeling appreciated after a long day.

NBC

13. When you finally get a moment to yourself.

NBC

14. When you’re trying to snap a photo of your kid with your cell phone.

MGM

15. When some rando yells at your kid.

Lifetime

16. When the clerk tells you they only have one copy left of the new video game your kid desperately wants for Christmas.

CBS

17. When you realize you’re going to have to spend the day with your toddler somewhere that isn’t baby-proofed.

Summit Entertainment

18. When you think it might be too late to sign your kid up for preschool.

Showtime

19. When you find your kid’s shoes in the middle of the family room.

Walt Disney Studios

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22 Examples Of How Children Are Really Just Tiny, Drunk Adults

Our parents are always quick to remind of us of every embarrassing thing we did as kids. Home movies are always ripe with mortifying material that’s great when it comes to scaring our crushes away forever. As bad as that is, though, at least our parents didn’t capture every horrible moment on their iPhones back then.

With the help of their smartphones, these parents caught their hilarious little ones in the act. Kids seriously are just drunk adults in tiny bodies.

1. Dancing in public is always a good thing, right?

2. Kids have no regard for consequences.

3. They also don’t understand how music works.

4. Definitely not time to get your license, kid.

5. Old MacDonald would not call those chickens…

6. The carpet does not need to be watered.

7. Everyone loves Queen Bey.

8. You’ll laugh at basically anything, right?

9. Jealousy doesn’t suit you.

10. No knowledge of lyrics? No problem!

11. Slay!

12. Revenge will come when you least expect it.

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13. Where do babies come from?

14. Shame is not in her vocabulary.

15. I guess we need a refresher course on how food works…

16. Did she really just say that?

17. The coordination isn’t there yet.

18. This seemed like a good idea for a second.

19. Fumble!

20. Let’s work on that whole “standing up” thing again, shall we?

21. Someone certainly has a case of the Mondays.

22. The three people you meet at the bar.

(via BuzzFeed)

There you have it, kids! Video proof that your parents will be able to embarrass you in front of your future dates forever. But it’s not all bad. If you have kids, you’ll get to do the same thing to them one day!

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/crazy-kids/

How These 15 Kids Freaked Out Their Babysitters Is Insane. #4 Will Haunt My Dreams Forever.

Children are often used in horror movies as a way to shock audiences.  They may turn into a monster, or tell a scary story, but no matter what, they always leave the biggest impressions on your (future) nightmares. What if instead of a movie though, the kids we see everyday started to tell us things that scared us to our core.  What if the kids you babysit for started seeing monsters at night, told us stories of how they died, or even saw ghosts standing next to you? What would you do? [intra-ad-a]

I don’t know about you, but I’m certainly going to sleep with the light on tonight. H/T: Tickld If you want to freak out your friends now enough to make them agree to a sleepover, share this story below.

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Kids Send A Nice Gift To The Victim Of A Terribly Embarrassing Prank.

After a video of a disgusting “prank” ice bucket challenge targeting a 15-year-old Ohio boy with autism went viral earlier this month, there has been a massive show of support to him from complete strangers, local police officers and even celebrities.

But perhaps the best message of support and kindness so far has come from the children and staff at Little Star Center, a non-profit based in Carmel, Indiana who provide therapy for kids with autism.

The kids and their counselors created what they decided to call a “nice bucket” for the Ohio teen. Everyone wrote a kind hearted note and placed it in the bucket, which was then filled with candy and fun little gifts and sent to the boy, to show him how many people support him.

(Source: WTHR)

It’s so nice to see people coming together to show some love, and to try to right other people’s wrongs.

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89 Incredibly Wonderful Movies You Need To Watch With Your Kids

Get some snacks and settle in for family movie night.

1. Apollo 13 (1995)

Imagine Entertainment

Lift off.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

2. Now and Then (1995)

New Line Cinema

An A+ mother/daughter girl’s night option.

Rated: PG-13

Buy it here.

3. A Little Princess (1995)

Baltimore Pictures

Long before he directed Gravity, Alfonso Cuarón made this film based on Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic book.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

4. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)

Walt Disney Pictures / Walden Media

Into the wardrobe you go.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

5. Matilda (1996)

Jersey Films

Read Roald Dahl’s Matilda to your kids and then compare it with this adaptation.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

6. Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)

20th Century Fox

Another (suitably fantastic) Roald Dahl adaptation to watch.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

7. The Witches (1990)

Warner Brothers

And one more movie based on a Roald Dahl book. This one is rather scary… but so is the book.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

8. Pride & Prejudice (2005)

Focus Features

To introduce your daughter (or son) to the wonderful world of costume dramas.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

9. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

New Line Cinema

Join the fellowship.

Rated: PG-13

See where you can stream it here.

10. Bridge to Terabithia (2007)

Walden Media / Walt Disney Pictures

The Hunger Games wasn’t the first book adaptation that Josh Hutcherson starred in.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

11. The Sword in the Stone (1963)

Walt Disney Productions

After it’s over you can discuss whether you’d rather be turned into a fish, squirrel, or bird.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

12. Muppet Treasure Island (1996)

Jim Henson Productions / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

While The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) may be slightly better, it’s not really made for year-round viewing. Besides, this has Tim Curry!

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

13. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

Walt Disney Productions

Learn the most wonderful thing about Tiggers and how to play Pooh Sticks.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

14. Hugo (2011)

Paramount Pictures

Martin Scorsese’s first movie for children.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

15. Freaky Friday (1976)

Walt Disney Productions

The Lindsay Lohan version is decent, but it just doesn’t beat the original (starring a young Jodie Foster).

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

16. The Harry Potter Movies

Warner Bros. Pictures

Of course you need to watch these. OF COURSE.

Rated: PG and PG-13

See where you can stream them here.

17. Little Women (1994)

Columbia Pictures

Sisterhood.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

18. Coraline (2009)

Focus Features

Not for the easily creeped-out.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

19. The Princess Bride (1987)

20th Century Fox

You haven’t shown this to your kids yet? Inconceivable!

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

20. Where the Wild Things Are (2009)

Warner Bros.

Maurice Sendak approved.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

21. Holes (2003)

Buena Vista Pictures

Just look at Shia. So young, so happy…. so uncontroversial.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

22. The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Head on down that yellow brick road.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

23. Mary Poppins (1964)

Walt Disney Productions

If your children are older, you could pair this with Saving Mr. Banks (2013).

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

24. School of Rock (2003)

Paramount Pictures

It’ll make you sad to think about all the lame xylophone playing you did during your own time in music class.

Rated: PG-13

See where you can stream it here.

25. The Muppets (2011)

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

The Muppets + ridiculously catchy tunes = a movie that will make you smile (a lot).

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

26. Labyrinth (1986)

Tri-Star Pictures

It’s important to educate your child. Educate your child about David Bowie.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

27. Enchanted (2007)

Walt Disney Pictures

The role Amy Adams was born to play.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

28. Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

It’s on dozens of movie lists for a reason.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

29. Annie (1982)

Rastar

Don’t be surprised if your children start singing “It’s the Hard Knock Life” when you ask them to do their chores.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

30. Funny Face (1957)

Paramount Pictures

Have a teenage (or “tween”) daughter who loves fashion? Watch this. A perfect introduction to Audrey Hepburn.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

31. Tangled (2010)

Walt Disney Pictures

Because you’re so, so sick of Frozen (and this is just as good).

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

32. Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993)

Touchstone Pictures

La la la, la-la, la-la.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

33. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)

Paramount Pictures

There’s no way you can watch this movie and not want to visit the factory (even if it means falling into the chocolate river or getting chastised by an Oompa Loompa).

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

34. Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)

Walt Disney Productions

It’s wonderful… but long – play a board game as you watch to keep younger children from getting too antsy.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

35. Ratatouille (2007)

Walt Disney Studios / Pixar

It’s a shame that Ratatouille doesn’t get as much attention as some of the other Pixar movies: it’s as enjoyable to watch as that omelette would be to eat.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

36. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)

Walt Disney Pictures

Let your pets sit on the couch with you as you watch Sassy, Shadow, and Chance on their journey through the wilderness.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

37. Fly Away Home (1996)

Columbia Pictures

A girl + her geese.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

38. The Lion King (1994)

Walt Disney Pictures

Timon and Pumbaa think you should eat bugs while you watch the movie… Simba is skeptical.

Rated: G

Buy it here.

39. The Rescuers Down Under (1990)

Walt Disney Pictures

The original The Rescuers is delightful, but there’s more adventure (and humor) in The Rescuers Down Under.

For more mouse fun, check out The Great Mouse Detective.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

40. Chicken Run (2000)

DreamWorks Pictures

The family version of a prison escape movie.

Rated: G

See where you can see it here.

41. The Ugly Dachshund (1966)

Walt Disney Productions

For dog lovers (it’s about a Great Dane who thinks he’s a dachshund).

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

42. Robin Hood (1973)

Walt Disney Productions

The best adaptation of the legend of Robin Hood just so happens to feature him as a fox.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

43. Babe (1995)

Universal Pictures

After you watch Babe, check out his friend (they would totally be friends) Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

44. Finding Nemo (2003)

Walt Disney Pictures / Pixar Animation Studios

Start counting down the days until the sequel comes out.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

45. Turner & Hooch (1989)

Buena Vista Pictures

The best buddy cop movie of all time.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

46. Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (2008)

Warner Brothers Pictures

A sweet movie that takes place during the Great Depression (and can easily be enjoyed by anyone – not just fans of the American Girl dolls).

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

47. A League of Their Own (1992)

Columbia Pictures

To watch during baseball season.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

48. October Sky (1999)

Universal Pictures

An “inspirational” movie that isn’t absurdly sappy (and stars a very young Jake Gyllenhaal).

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

49. Remember the Titans (2000)

Buena Vista Pictures

For sports fans.

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

50. The Toy Story movies (1995, 1999, 2010)

Walt Disney Pictures / Pixar Animation Studio

It’s impossible to choose a favorite.

Rated: G

See where you can stream them here.

51. My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

Studio Ghibli

Who wouldn’t want a friend like Totoro?

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

52. Aladdin (1992)

Walt Disney Pictures

Join him on a magic carpet ride.

Rated: G

Buy it here.

53. WALL-E (2008)

Walt Disney Pictures / Pixar Animation Studios

The most lovable robot in the history of cinema.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

54. Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)

Studio Ghibli

Too bad you can’t have Kiki deliver your movie night pizza.

Rated: G

See where you can stream it here.

55. ParaNorman (2012)

Laika

A horror movie for kids (and a very good one).

Rated: PG

See where you can stream it here.

56. How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

DreamWorks Animation

You’ll enjoy your trip to Berk no matter how old you are.

Rated: PG

See where you can s

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