My kid isn't even a year and half old yet, and he's already throwing more sass and shade my way than I know how to handle.
Seriously, he'll not eat out of spite if I don't put his favorite music video on and throw himself on the floor like it's the end of the world if I don't give him the bottle of harmful chemicals that he'll more than likely try to chug and kill himself with.
Now I love the little guy, he's incredible and easily the best thing that's ever happened to me. I don't say that lightly, this is coming from someone who never wanted to have kids and I can confidently say that I love having a son. But that doesn't change the fact that when he gets older, I won't drop the hammer when he gets out of line.
Something that Patricia Perez experienced first hand with her kids.
Patricia got tired of asking her kids time and again to do the dishes.
So she decided to do something about it.
That's right, she straight up got rid of all the cutlery in their house and replaced their plates, cups, forks, knives, and spoons with disposable ones.
Of course Patricia was just trying to make a point to her kids, but some people immediately got worried about the amount of waste that would be created by the drastic move.
While others saw it as a golden opportunity to get out of doing dishes ever again.
And when I say some people, I mean a whole hell of a lot.
Others were applauding Alyssa's mom for standing up to her kids.
Alyssa, at least, saw the comedy in the whole situation.
The real question, though.
Others were concerned with the environmental impact.
Moms will be moms.