In today’s Internet culture, “savage” has taken on a whole new meaning. While being savage can be a bit over-the-top and hitting someone below the belt, it can also be hilarious and downright inspiring.
When our friends are savage, it’s hilarious, but when our parents are savage–it’s so shocking that we’re impressed and sort of proud. And, when it’s other people’s parents, we’re so jealous we wish we could whip out an adoption form on the spot. Like, these moms who are so savage that I wish they could take me in as one of their own.
Mom didn’t have to do me like that tho pic.twitter.com/MW8ea98M7Q
— heartbroke mo (@nobrosmo) November 9, 2018
My mom just won the roast of the year award pic.twitter.com/iudECl0AxZ
— EZG NoahCalliBuR (@NoahCalliBuR) January 19, 2017
Lmao my mom is straight savage pic.twitter.com/FMfQVB22IX
— Francesca (@_Francesca_57) October 30, 2016
— brynn (@hard_candyjpeg) October 4, 2017
mom.. why pic.twitter.com/yY6MoxtBg4
— B ? (@brisagirk) July 29, 2017
Texts with my mom after watching “Lion”: pic.twitter.com/6Tl37esJPV
— Dempsey (@dempquisha) February 23, 2018
Me as a mom frfr??? pic.twitter.com/4CkI6V8tn9
— Nice4Wha?? (@dontatmebih) April 23, 2016
When I was in 10th grade my mom happened upon a picture of my then boyfriend.
Me: yes, that’s him
Mom: you are too young to date for personality
— Chaos and Disorder (@onlychyld) October 31, 2018
my mom said “how tf you so picky and still pick the wrong ones” lmfaoooothatshithurtdoehahaha
— ￼ (@PETTYMAMII) January 8, 2018
My mom made everyone get out of her picture with the food cause "ain't nobody help" pic.twitter.com/62g5NNhWLt
— whomst’veatlantavegas (@Namastaywoke) November 24, 2016