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a year ago1,000+ Views
Parents Crash Daughter's School Dance - And It's HILARIOUS!
You guys, I was so embarrassed by my parents when I was in high school, and they definitely thought it was the funniest thing in the world. My dad would grow out his hair like Dr. Steve Brule from Tim & Eric Awesome Show, and my mom used to lecture all my friends with this thick Brooklyn accent. Needless to say, in So.Cal, we stuck out a LOT.
Of course, they're my parents and I loved (and still love!) them very much, but in my teenage mind, they were totally harshing any and all opportunities I had of being popular.

So when I watch the following video, I know that feel, but it doesn't stop me from laughing my ass off.

Basically, here's what happened: 9th grader Beth Bagley begged her embarrassing parents not to chaperone her high school dance. (AKA She jinxed herself pretty hard.)
What do her parents end up doing?

Crashing the party anyway - with a video camera!

And what does Beth end up doing?

Screaming 'I HATE YOU!' over and over in perfectly embarrassed teen girl fashion.

Does this seem like something your parents would do to you? Or even further, who else seriously can't wait until they can be THIS kind of parent?

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my parents would never do that. BUT I would love to do this!!! 馃槀馃槀馃槀馃槀馃槀馃槀馃槀馃槀
a year agoReply
This sounds that like something my dad would do.... But I know he's not that evil... Right?
a year agoReply
@JessicaVang Bahahaah, you're an evil parent in the making.
a year agoReply
Poor girl lol... I was never embarrassed by my parents, even with all the peer pressure I know where I stand and I let them know where my boundary lies. So this is not something they'll likely do and I'm grateful they didn't traumatize me too much while I was growing up lol.
a year agoReply
@Animaniafreak The only years I was SUPER embarrassed by them were the first couple years I moved to California because I was so determined to make friends and try not to stand out, but my parents were very very very New York lol. People from the east coast have a reputation for being really blunt and having thick accents, and my parents definitely filled that role.
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