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    17 Things That Will Totally Make You Side-Eye The Next Toddler You See

    Because toddlers, that's why.

    1. Encountering this scene more often than you thought possible:

    2. Oh, and this one? Even more often than that:

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    It's just too damn tempting.

    3. Finding your kid in the middle of a self makeover:

    4. And wondering exactly what the phrase "money well spent" refers to:

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    5. Realizing that you're no longer in charge:

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    6. Finding crime scenes and examining the evidence:

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    So we've got motive, and we've got opportunity...

    7. Saying things you never thought you'd have to:

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    8. And asking questions even more bizarre than that:

    9. Accepting that this is the closest you'll get to privacy for a while:

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    10. Finding strange things in unexpected places like this:

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    11. And this:

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    12. Coming across mysterious bite marks and wondering if you have mice:

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    Props to the committed ass kid who ate through the paper, tho.

    13. And being terrified to turn your back for even a second:

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    Because, oopsie.

    14. Discovering plenty of these in your iCloud album:

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    15. Learning this cold, hard truth:

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    16. Asking yourself this question more times than you can count:

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    17. And knowing that there is no more perfectly poetic representation of your life now than this:

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    Total. Fucking. Chaos.

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