EDIT: It has come to our attention that the original tweets came from the account Reasons My Son is Crying, or @ReasonsMySonCry. Throw him a follow, and we’ve replaced the tweets with his original posts.
If you haven’t had this link forwarded to you by a bevy of aunts, coworkers and roommates by now, let us do you a solid. Why My Kid Cried, though less than fifty tweets deep and less than a week old, has already proved itself as one of the best uses of the medium. Parents submit a silly reason their kid burst into tears and – here’s the dark part – must also submit a picture of said child crying. The result is nothing less than hilarious.