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Kids, man. I'm not sure of the scientific way audacity is distributed, but kids have a lot of it and somehow make it cute. That audacity overload is especially interesting when you're the default parent—you know, the parent kids go to for literally everything as if there's not another fully capable adult in the house. Chances are if your children haven't sought you out while you were taking a shower so you could open up a pack of fruit snacks, then you're not the default parental unit.

One parent captured exactly what it's like to be the default parent and shared it to TikTok, where the video has over 4 million views. Toniann Marchese went on a quick grocery run and *gasp* did not inform her children. Don't you fret, they're modern kids who know how to use modern means to get much-needed answers when mom is nowhere to be found. They went outside and rang the doorbell.

Back when we were children, this would've done nothing but make the dogs bark, but for Marchese's kids, who are 3 and 6 years old, it's as good as a phone call.

You may be questioning why this mom left her two young children home alone. She didn't. Their father was home, likely wondering why the children were playing so quietly. But. He. Was. Right. There. And the kids still bypassed him to talk to their mom through the Ring doorbell camera. It was pressing business, after all.

"My tablet is dead," the 3-year-old said.

The kids ignored Marchese's questions about where their dad was and continued to complain about their tablets. The entire situation is enough to make any default parent chuckle and maybe sob a little.

Watch the urgent doorbell call below:


Moms can never get a minute of peace lol #momsoftiktok #momlife #ring #camera #kidsoftiktok

And if you're skeptical that dad was within shouting distance, the mom of two uploaded a part two where dad comes into the frame.


Replying to @iustmerlp part 2… daddy was found! Lol #kidsoftiktok #momsoftiktok #parentsoftiktok #fyp #ring #prioritiesfirst

This article originally appeared on 3.22.23

Influencer's relatable behind the scene transition is hilarious

Most people have seen those fancy transition videos on social media. The person starts off either in a bath robe or oversized lounge wear while music plays, suddenly their hand waves in front of the camera and poof, they're a bombshell. It's often so flawless that it looks like there was some sort of magic involved.

But there's no magic and in most cases, there's not even a trick of the camera. These are just people determined to make the most flawless transition as possible and one influencer is pulling off the veil on what actually goes into these trends. Courtney Michelle Dlugos posted a behind the scenes recently and it hilariously captures what is actually happening on the other side of the camera.

Dlugos starts off in a bathrobe and towel lip syncing to the music playing before closing the bathroom door and immediately reopening it to stop the camera. Then she's seen brushing her teeth, cleaning her ears and burning herself with the curling iron.

There are several instances where she's uncomfortably close to the camera and shouting while looking for things. After reappearing fully dressed she finishes the transition making it appear that she never missed a beat. Commenters are praising her realness and also demanding to see the finished product.

"Do you know how many 'before' transitions I have saved in my drafts," someone laughs.

"When the towel on the back of your door moves and ruins the entire clip anyway...," another commenter writes.

"i love these - a) yes it [sic] hella funny, very accurate, b) there's a real destigmatization that's happening at the same time. A+ comedy," someone else shares.

Who knew so much work went into doing those trending transitions? They look like a lot of fun but the magic that happens behind the camera may have some folks just enjoying the show while they sit in their sweats scrolling TikTok. See how it all takes shape below.


If the phone moves your life might as well be over #fyp


Mom's hilarious grocery cashier character created during playtime has people rolling

Mom Aubrey Sanchez might have invented "Rosey" for her daughter, but now everyone is entertained.


We've all met Rosey.

Playing pretend isn’t always something that comes as naturally to adults as it does to kids. But as we become more aware of just how important playtime is to a child’s development, more and more parents are rolling up their imaginary sleeves to put in the work.

Of course, some parents have absolutely no problem committing to the bit. Aubrey Sanchez is clearly one of those parents.

On January 1st, Sanchez debuted Rosey, a salty-but-charming grocery cashier created during a bit of play time spent with her daughter, in a video clip that racked up a whopping 61.3 million views on TikTok.

Rest assured, anyone who’s stepped foot into a grocery store has met Rosey, which makes it oh-so hilarious. From her long nails that go clickety-clackety on the keys of her toy cash register, to the blasé way she asks for “clean-up in aisle three” to her signature sarcastic catchphrase, “that’s a blessing,” people simply can’t get enough.

@aubreysanchezx3 🤣🤣 say hi to rosey 🤣🤣🤣 #cashierlife #cashiersbelike #cleanupinaisle3 #funny #momsoftiktok #momsbelike #momsover30 #momtok #momsplaytime #toys #cashier #aubreysanchez #nyc #momlife #fyp #foryou #foryourpage #aubreysanchez #pregnanttiktok #graciecandlco ♬ original sound - Aubreysanchezx3

“Canceling the Netflix and Paramount subscriptions right now for this show,” one person wrote.

Another added, “If you did 45 minutes straight, I’d watch till the end.”

Sanchez has even added several new dimensions to Rosey’s story.

For one thing, she’s a hard worker, as seen by her “Employee of the Month” award hanging in the background of another video. This is especially well earned since she is constantly having to deal with Bobby, her imaginary coworker, never being around when she needs him—not even when there’s a difficult customer.

Rosey also has multiple interests, including some nice relaxing tea time, doing her own shopping, and of course sharing in some workplace gossip.

@aubreysanchezx3 The customer that’s always so extra 🤣🤣🤌🏽#funny #cashierlife #funnycashier #cashierproblems #inflation #fyp #foryou #foryourpage #rosey #groceryshopping #momsoftiktok #momsbelike #momsover30 #kidsdontcare #playtime #rosey #cashiertok ♬ original sound - Aubreysanchezx3

Clearly everyone is having so much fun with these, including Sanchez’s daughter, who even dons the cashier apron from time to time. Though she does overcharge mom for a reusable bag when she does.

Maybe not everyone can create full blown characters like Rosey, but there are dozens of ways to incorporate play in a way that can satisfy both parents and kids. In her book “Joyful Toddlers and Preschoolers: Create a Life that You and Your Child Both Love,” parenting coach Faith Collins even assures that sharing in household chores together can count. In fact, according to some studies, they might even prefer it to playing pretend.

The point is: playtime is so important for kids. But that doesn’t mean it has to be a drain for adults. And who knows, maybe filming it all on TikTok is the very thing needed in this modern age to make it enjoyable for the whole “fambily,” as Rosey would say.


People just found out you can buy Olive Garden cheese graters and minds are blown

"Olive Garden won't be prepared for the influx of people asking to buy cheese graters now."

People just found out you can buy Olive Garden cheese graters

There are some things that you simply consider experiences that happen outside of the house.

Going to Olive Garden and having the server grate cheese over your soup, salad or food until you say, "when" is one of them. Most of us Olive Garden patrons watch the cheese grater intently while we internally debate if we should tell the server to stop or stay silent revealing how much cheese we actually prefer on our food.

Do they sell cheese graters at any chain retail store in America? Yes, yes they do. But it's not the Olive Garden cheese grater that transports you into the restaurant staring at cheese fall like snow onto your endless soup and salad. So imagine people's surprise when they found out that they too could purchase the infamous cheese grater straight from the restaurant.

TikTok creator, Jordan stitched a girl who revealed that while eating at the chain Italian restaurant, she asked if she could buy the cheese grater. To her surprise and Jordan's surprise, they said yes, so Jordan wanted to try his luck.

"I heard this information. I woke up at six in the morning, I haven't even seen my family, yet. I need to see if this is true. I'm so excited, I'm the first one here," Jordan says.

Well, since the restaurant specializes in lunch and dinner, it's not surprising that he's the first one in line for a cheese grater that people likely didn't know was sold. What do you know, the guy walks out with a brand new Olive Garden cheese grater and a whole tub of cheese.

The manager gave him a tub of that fancy Romano cheese that they shred on anything and everything you could ever want cheese on. Commenters were mostly entertained about this new information, while others, who worked at the restaurant were not so thrilled.

"Olive Garden won't be prepared for the influx of people asking to buy cheese graters now," one person jokes.

"I now want to find the most ridiculous thing at Olive Garden and ask if they'll sell it to me," another says.

"GIRL MATH - $30 cheese grater minus $100 free cheese means I have $70 to spend on something else," one woman reasons.

"As an Olive Garden current server, the amount of times I've ben asked TODAY if we sell cheese graters is insane," someone says.

"Former Olive Garden employee - everything there [h]as a price. One of my managers sold a painting off the wall once," one commenter reveals.

Turns out if you want something from Olive Garden that's not on the menu, like a cheese grater, painting...an entire booth, all you have to do is ask. Some one with a manager name tag will make sure you're a fully satisfied customer with your brand new-only been used 75,000 times wooden chair. Now, that's what you call exceptional customer service.

You can watch the entire video below:


Stich with @Bo #fypシ