Moms in every single place are sharing their “I got a robe” moments because of hilarious SNL skit
If you haven’t seen the Saturday Night Live Christmas Morning sketch about mothers getting robes as presents please cease what you’re doing and go watch it instantly. To honor the truth of how that skit performed out in actual life on Christmas morning, mothers on Twitter are sharing pictures of the robes they obtained and they’re humorous as hell.
In the skit, Kristen Wiig’s SNL household wakes up on Christmas morning surrounded by presents of all types. Her son will get a Nerf gun, Hulk fingers, a drone, a telescope, and a drum set. Wiig’s daughter will get a pleasant hat, a model new telephone, a hoverboard, a replica of “The Catcher in the Rye,” and a globe. Her husband scores an autographed baseball bat, a brand new tie, a laptop computer, and another superb presents all possible purchased by Wiig herself. And mother? Well, mother will get a brand new gown.
Merry Christmas to all of the mothers on the market who obtained a gown! https://t.co/G2t2GNOgPg
— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) December 25, 2020
The mothers of Twitter shared some hilarious pictures subsequent to the video of the SNL skit exhibiting that the skit was humorous as a result of it was true.
Here I’m in my gown with a chilly espresso and a rubbish bag stuffed with everybody else’s wrapping paper I picked up. pic.twitter.com/nob1b5r3G7
— Adrienne Glisson (@Agliss1) December 27, 2020
— eve is staying house (@evesuzanne) December 26, 2020
1) burned myself making dinner tonight
2) we every opened an early reward and that is what I obtained. A gown. Srsly. Not humorous, household!!! pic.twitter.com/ISPmMEsdVF
— aileenlee (@aileenlee) December 25, 2020
This mom/daughter pair hilariously obtained one another matching robes for the win:
In the phrases of Kristen Wiig on @nbcsnl – “and I got a robe”
(we by chance purchased one another matching ones oops) pic.twitter.com/f7IwB4aeT8
— Madison (@mkmariles) December 25, 2020
In probably the most mother put up ever, this Twitter consumer made certain everybody is aware of she obtained a gown however that stated gown is “really, really nice.” God forbid we damage anybody’s emotions. Bless.
— Amy Goohs-Hardman (@AmyGoohsExhausting) December 26, 2020
Others have been extra, um, trustworthy about their presents. “Oh I can top this….a robe. Wrong size. Back ordered until March. It’s ok fam, I love you anyway. It was clearly all worth it,” one Twitter consumer wrote.
— Annie Allman (@annieallman) December 25, 2020
My household hid the remainder of my presents till I opened my gown pic.twitter.com/t5MNKX2vOF
— Amanda Hill (@hill_amandae) December 25, 2020
— Laura Daniels (@Ldizzle2020) December 25, 2020
I imply, right here’s the factor. Getting a gown isn’t horrible in and of itself. They are comfortable, helpful, and a stable alternative for anybody within the household. But if it’s the one reward underneath the tree, it might probably really feel like maybe your loved ones didn’t put as a lot effort into your reward as you probably did theirs. Imagine your children’ faces if the one factor underneath the Christmas tree was a gown? I’m considering their faces would look one thing like this they usually’d be writing Santa off without end.
— Shannon Mulaire NBC10 Boston (@ShanNBCBoston) December 25, 2020
Of course, it’s not simply mothers who must undergo silently. This dad additionally obtained a gown but it surely seems to be like he’s taking advantage of it. “Merry Christmas – my children got me a robe. I’m smiling but I’m hiding the pain inside of me. It happens to dads too,” he wrote.
Merry Christmas 🎄- my youngsters obtained me a gown. I’m smiling however I’m hiding the ache within me 🤣😅. It occurs to dads too @snl pic.twitter.com/6tYyohED4S
— Angel Planells MS RD FAND (@acpnutrition) December 25, 2020
Here’s hoping there have been a number of different presents underneath the tree for these hardworking mothers (and pop) so the skit didn’t hit too near house. Let’s simply pray they weren’t in vacuum or dishwasher type.