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This Little Girl Got Siri to Call Her Mom ‘Poop Your Pants’ and It Came Up at the Worst Time

Siri: draft resignation letter.

Why are children endlessly entertained by poop? Well, for one, poop is funny. It just is! Secondly, the first few years a kid’s life basically revolves around the stuff, so it makes logical sense. So, when a Florida mom found that her daughter’s poop fascination infiltrated her professional life, she couldn’t help but laugh – and share the hilarity with the world.

Lauren Brown recently took to LinkedIn to post an undeniably relatable story in which her daughter asked Siri to change her mom’s name to “Poop Your Pants”…including in her work emails. “In case you’re wondering how my career is progressing, my daughter asked to call me ‘Poop Your Pants’ which I didn’t realize until I was copied on an email to a client. Let this be a cautionary tale to all you working parents! 😂🤦🏼‍♀️” Brown wrote in her post, along with the hashtags #workingmoms and #workhumor.

Brown’s post clearly resonates with fellow parents, who quickly chimed in to share similar stories of poop-related sabotage. “Been there, my nephews relabeled me ‘poop’ as well, while I was job searching. Lol,” wrote LinkedIn user and Brown’s co-worker, Anais Dakin. User Mindie Swan added: “Ha! My daughter changed my husbands to farting purple unicorn…awesome!!” User Sage Peake swooped in to drop this truth bomb: “I’m pretty sure that all kids have ‘keeping parents humble’ written into their job descriptions! They keep us from taking ourselves too seriously.”

Hopefully, Brown’s coworkers were able to laugh off the incident and get back to business. That is, until the next time her daughter gets ahold of her phone.

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