You can follow Kennedy on Facebook (the official social media site of moms) to keep up with his next wincingly-real masterpiece. In the meantime, moms will be complaining that they are NOT your maid (I said that yesterday as a matter of fact). And remember, sweetie, moms are only so extra because we love you. Where would you be without someone to nag you? Don’t you roll your eyes at me, young man!
"How was school? How was your day? Why do you use so many cups? Why is there water on the bathroom floor?"
If you are a mom, you've probably said one or all of these things to your kids. Youtuber Trey Kennedy managed to nail the voice of a mom, including all her incessant questioning in his new viral video.
The clip, simply titled “Moms,” shows Kennedy channeling the maternal figures in our lives. He hits on familiar mom-isms like pulling your grades up, getting your butt out of bed in the morning and asking exactly who was at that pool party y’all attended. He’s baffled by the dance craze Hoda Kotb was talking about (like, from a year ago), can’t quite work an iPhone and could really use a bubble bath with a side of Dove chocolates. It hurts because it’s true.
The Oklahoma-based comedian and musician doesn’t just stop at moms, though. On his Youtube channel he takes playful swipes at girls during fall (“Oh my gourd!”), dads at Christmas (“Alexa, how’s my wife’s cooking, lolololol!") and stuff white people like (golf, Post Malone and 23andMe, of course). His moody middle-schooler videos capture those teenage “leave me alone” vibes. We could only imagine what his take on toddlers might be.
Here's some more mom gold -- what it's like when company is about to arrive and your mom is freaking out about cleaning ("I need it smelling like Joanna Gaines's closet in here.")