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Kraft Is Teaching Moms to Swear at Their Kids for Mother's Day

Moms, it's time to get in touch with your inner Ned Flanders.
Photo by Flickr user Ginny.

"What the frog! You're acting like flippin' goof nuggets! Take that horse hockey outside!"

This Mother's Day, Kraft Mac & Cheese is telling moms all over to let out their inner Ned Flanders with their #Swearlikeamother campaign.

Sure we all make mistakes around our kids, just look at DaddyOFive, but cursing can be fixed to some extent. Meanwhile, abusing your kids on YouTube can't.

Along with mother, PhD, and author of Holy Sh*T: A Brief History of Swearing, Melissa Mohr, Kraft wants you to come up with your own creative ways to stop swearing and share them on the internet.


For example: "Cody, stop acting like a shi-take head and put on your pants." Or "Cody, you gosh donut piece of shrimp, don't even try calling child services again." Or "All of you are fracking grounded until all this internet hubbub dies down you flunking fish heads."

The company is also offering Mother's Day cards to remind moms that, hey, no one is perfect. Even if you still can't stop cursing, you can always pick up some of their "fail-cancelling" earplugs for your little ones, when you really need to unload on daddy for coming home late again.

Finally, patch things up with the family over a bowl of neon yellow, cheesy goodness.