15 Home Schooling Memes So You Can Crack Up as You Break Down

By Ned Kelly, March 27, 2020

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1. Step one: coming to terms with the situation220052599.jpg

2. This is definitely worth a try

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3. And if that doesn’t work, try this

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4. Start as you mean to go on

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5. And fake it ’til you make it

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6. Why do you think they call it lockdown? 

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7. And on that note

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8. Never admit weakness

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9. Turns out ‘school stomach’ is a thing

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10. You’re only as old as you feel

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11. This parent has it all worked out

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12. But not as well as this one

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13. Yet they both get trumped by this six-year-old

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14. Remaining sane can become a struggle

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15. But it could always be worse

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And remember, this too shall pass...

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