Most of us have things we wish we were brave enough to say to our parents, things we never seem to be able to summon up the courage to say.
But thanks to Twitter, we can get some things off our chests without fear of victimisation.
So to all black parents out there, here's how your children really feel.
"This must stop":
#ToAfricanParents when you swing and I block, I am not hitting you back... Its just an involuntary impulse— Gianazdad (@CandeezMan) March 27, 2018
"You will know when I plan to get married":
"Thank you for being so great":
#ToAfricanParents— lungisile'Omuhle🍯 (@LungisileEureca) March 27, 2018
Thank you for being so strong for us❤
#ToAfricanParents— Ms_thang❣👑 (@funkyfwesh_val) March 27, 2018
Thank you for loving us and teaching us to be the best version of ourselves. We are so busy growing up, we often forget y'all's are also growing old.❤❤