Kids are the most amazing little people, but they are also extremely messy - most of the time. 

 

"Two toddlers. Instant destruction," reads a Facebook post by Jessica Johnson Smith, with an attached picture of a playroom. 

 

"What's behind that closed door you ask? Nothing. The first rule of the playroom is we DON'T talk about the playroom," she continued, comparing her children's play area to Fight Club. 

 

The picture shows a small room filled with toys, so much so that you can;t actually see the floor.

 

 

"I seriously went in to clean it, shut the door and left. I just can't right now," added Jessica in a comment, and we totally feel for her.

 

"The thing is...I can't really CLEAN it if she's here. I smuggle out broken toys hidden under my shirt because if she sees it it's her FAVOURITE (broken) toy," she continued in a newer comment, expressing why the room is so difficult to clean. 

 

A number of parents took to the post to express their opinion, and many of them seemed to really understand Jessica's pain:

 

"YES! That's exactly what my playroom looks like! The horror!" said one Facebook user. 

 

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However, some parents mentioned that they would not be able to cope with such a mess, "I'm having heart palpitations right now, I just want to go in and put everything away where it belongs! HOW CAN YOU STAND IT?"

 

The post was shared over 100 times, and has been all over the Internet since it was uploaded earlier this month. 

 

We laughed out loud at this. 
 

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