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    15 Parents Who Caught Their Kids Way Off Guard With How Well They Troll The Hell Out Of The System

    They're way more clever than their kids ever expected.

    1. This parent, who gave their son a bowl of exactly what he wanted for breakfast:

    2. This mom, who trolled her kids via a sushi roll:

    3. This mom, who came up with a brutally hilarious form of revenge on her kid:

    My 8YO pissed me off so I referred to her water bottle as her sippy cup in front of her friends.

    Twitter: @not_thenanny

    4. This mom, who had a whole text conversation with her kid using nothing but Bruno Mars' lyrics:

    5. This mom, who discovered she could hide her kid's most annoying toys in the diaper pail bag and throw 'em on out:

    6. This mom, who trolled the hell out of her family by making a pile of their laundry into a Christmas tree:

    7. These parents, who figured out how to get their kids — and guests — to clean up after themselves:

    8. And this mom, who tricked her kids on April Fool's Day with these empty boxes of their favorite snacks:

    9. This dad, who figured out a genius way to get an extra nap in while with his kids:

    I've convinced my kids that they can hypnotize me to fall asleep when I'm chasing them and it's their new favorite game. I'll literally lay down for a 10-minute nap in the hallway and they won't bug me because it "breaks their spell." It's my greatest win as a parent thus far.

    Twitter: @henpeckedhal

    10. This mom, who trolled the whole neighborhood with this extra healthy trick or treat bowl on Halloween:

    11. This mom, who used sarcasm to get under her kid's skin:

    12. This mom, who made an orange look like a cake pop to trick her kids:

    13. This mom, who tricked everyone with a "dirty diaper" which she really used to hold her valuables on the beach:

    14. This parent, who carved their daughter the scariest pumpkin of them all:

    15. And finally, this mom, who pulled off the ultimate trick by hiding her M&Ms where she knew her kids wouldn't look: