Kacie is a TikTok user who has a very busy schedule, like most mothers out there. She runs her own business and she has four little ones to look after, so you can imagine how much of a time crunch she has on a daily basis.
When she made this ridiculous couch discovery recently, it made a lot of sense to us. It is easy to see how this could end up taking place.
As she shared on TikTok, the discovery happened while her family was in the process of hunting for a missing television remote.
This seems to be when most couch discoveries end up being made. Once this family tore apart the couch and did not find said remote, they came to the conclusion that it must have fallen behind the couch somehow.
This is where the story gets incredibly bizarre. In a decision that we do not quite understand, they elected to cut the back of the couch open to find the remote. This seems like a bit of an overdramatic reaction but hey, it is their couch and they can cut it open if they want to.
Anything can happen when children are involved, of course. What she found once the couch was sliced open will make all parents feel very seen.
“When you go hunting for the remote and end up performing emergency surgery on your sofa… only to find the most dreadful abyss that is 13 years of raising children,” the caption reads.
What toppled out once the couch was sliced is sure to make you laugh. It was an absolute deluge of all sorts of lost items. All sorts of rubbish and kids’ toys came out and Kacie was highly amused by the situation. What else is there for a mother to do in this situation besides laugh? “It’s like an unboxing!” the filmer of the video exclaims and we busted out laughing right there on the spot.
When you go hunting for the remote and end up performing emergency surgery on your sofa… only to find the most dreadful abyss that is 13 years of raising children 🤢 ssendhelpkkidsaregrosslluckytheyrecutemomlife
♬ Oh No – Kreepa
It is enough to make any parent wonder what is lurking inside their couch. Kids have a tendency to lose toys and forget about them but parents are always going to end up finding them eventually. Did anyone ask the couch how they would feel about being sliced open, though?SKM: below-content placeholder