Comedian's parody of interacting with her grown daughter is the most hilariously real thing

Most parents don't clear out their kids' rooms the moment they move out of the house. A lot of them leave their kids' former rooms somewhat intact in the event they don't adapt well to college, that new job doesn't work out or they have trouble with their new roommates.

For others, it's because they don't want to admit their children have grown up.

But at some point, parents will move on with their lives and get tired of looking at their kid's old stuff. So they can't wait to have them in their clutches so they can find out what they can throw out.

Comedian Ceara O'Sullivan captures this moment that a lot of families go through perfectly in a video she posted on TikTok called, "My mom entering my childhood bedroom at 7 am whenever i visit home."

O'Sullivan does such a great mom impersonation that it's universal. A lot of the commenters say that Ceara's mom is a lot like theirs, too.


Re-posting the OG Beth video this year. I hope we get a lot more chances to see our moms & put a cute cami under a work dress in 2021!!!!! #Bye2020

O'Sullivan made another video that captures a moment all young adult children go through with their mothers as well. In this video, mom makes her daughter follow her through the house while she picks up random items to give her.


Beth’s love language is gifts (of things she’s trying to get rid of) #comedy #mom #motherdaughter #millenials #Beth

Co-sleeping isn't for everyone.

The marital bed is a symbol of the intimacy shared between people who’ve decided to be together 'til death they do part. When couples sleep together it’s an expression of their closeness and how they care for one another when they are most vulnerable.

However, for some couples, the marital bed can be a warzone. Throughout the night couples can endure snoring, sleep apnea, the ongoing battle for sheets or circadian rhythms that never seem to sync. If one person likes to fall asleep with the TV on while the other reads a book, it can be impossible to come to an agreement on a good-night routine.

Last week on TODAY, host Carson Daly reminded viewers that he and his wife Siri, a TODAY Food contributor, had a sleep divorce while she was pregnant with their fourth child.

“I was served my sleep-divorce papers a few years ago,” he explained on TODAY. “It’s the best thing that ever happened to us. We both, admittedly, slept better apart.”

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Teacher of the year explains why he's leaving district in unforgettable 3-minute speech

"I'm leaving in hopes that I can regain the ability to do the job that I love."

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For all of our disagreements in modern American life, there are at least a few things most of us can agree on. One of those is the need for reform in public education. We don't all agree on the solutions but many of the challenges are undeniable: retaining great teachers, reducing classroom size and updating the focus of student curriculums to reflect the ever-changing needs of a globalized workforce.

And while parents, politicians and activists debate those remedies, one voice is all-too-often ignored: that of teachers themselves.

This is why a short video testimony from a teacher in the Atlanta suburb of Gwinnett County went viral recently. After all, it's hard to deny the points made by someone who was just named teacher of the year and used the occasion to announce why he will be leaving the very school district that just honored him with that distinction.

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