#momisbae trends on Twitter just in time for Mother's Day

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As Mother's Day is nearly upon us, social media fiends have taken to Twitter to honor their beloved moms. Ironically, most moms don't have Twitter and probably will never see these sweet, funny, sarcastic, and nostalgic posts. Nevertheless, Twitter has compiled a list of the hashtags people are Tweeting to share their sentiments on behalf of moms everywhere.

Of all top Twitter phrases of the moment, #momisbae is particularly blowing up the Twitter feed and racking up plenty of favorites and retweets.

Some are utilizing the social trend in a sweet and sentimental manner:

Others honor their mothers' good humor in the face of typical adolescent obstacles:

However you choose to use the hashtag, make sure you let your mom (in addition to the entire social media sphere) know why she's bae this Mother's Day.

If your mom is bae, go through these pics to see what she really wants for Mother's Day:

What moms really want for Mother's Day
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#momisbae trends on Twitter just in time for Mother's Day

I would like to not be called Mom for one day, or at the very least, I would not like to hear “MOM!!!!” or “MOhhhh-uhhhhhhhm.”

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I want someone to plan my kids’ summer camps and schedules, set it all up, and just tell me where they need to be. Oh, and then get them there.

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I would like a Brinks armored car service to partner with Uber and drive my kids to their sports – safely and conveniently.

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I would like the mask Judy Jetson put on every morning so she didn’t look like crazy mom. Judy made mornings look so easy. 

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I would like just a few moments of peace and quiet.

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I want a tech free day. No iPhones, no iPads, no iNothin’.

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Mother changing babys diaper on changing table

I want to have not shopped for, prepared or cleaned up after any of the food that is consumed all day.

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An IV drip of Chardonnay.

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I want there to be no laundry.

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I want a full day when I don’t have to once clean the kitchen. 

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I literally just walked in on the boys smelling each other’s butts. Can we add no butt-smelling to the list?

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I want someone to bring me coffee in bed, and then LEAVE. Leave for an hour so I can watch the news in peace.

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I want a day in my own house – alone.

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I want to feel appreciated.

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I want a raise, or at least a bonus.

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I want to sleep in.

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I want to have no plan at all, and I want everyone to be ok with that.

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A couch, expensive chocolate I don’t have to share, and Netflix.

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I want to not worry about anyone else’s mood all day.

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fixing a watch

I want someone to get the house and the kids ready for school the next day -- homework done, bodies clean, teeth brushed and lunches packed.

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I want my kids not to fight – at least within earshot. 

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I would like to celebrate how much fun I was before I was a mom … making my sacrifices that much greater because of the awesome me I left behind.

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And the most important wish, the one that makes all of the others worth having is: AND, I DON’T WANT TO FEEL GUILTY FOR WANTING ALL OF THE ABOVE.

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