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** The mayor of Toronto is a walking Saturday Night Live skit.

 

** Accidentally leaving bags in the bottom of your grocery cart really really sucks, especially during a tornado warning.

 

** According to what my daughter told her friend, she's running a Turkey "Twat" next week.  Awesome.

 

** I swear, my kids' bathroom is a science experiment waiting to happen.

 

** It would be a REALLY nice change of pace if I didn't get asked to donate to this or to that every freaking time I check out of a store.

 

** Kim Kardashian has apparently given up bras.  And possibly even shirts.

 

** Supervising homework sans wine is a true test of one's patience.

 

** My son's favorite outfit is his birthday suit.

 

** I'm not sure who annoys me more during the day -- the barking dog or the telemarketers.

 

** I find myself quoting Doug Heffernan A LOT lately.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUBIU0gkWfs

 

** You know you're in trouble when you're consistently ready for bed before your kids are.


** John Mayer was wrong -- MY PURSE is the real wonderland.

 

** My short people go through more cups during the day than a keg party at a frat house.

 

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.

 

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

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Comment by Debbie Tom on November 22, 2013 at 5:43pm

Haha loved them all!  

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