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All Blog Posts Tagged 'peeve' (3)

My Biggest Parenting Pet Peeve Ever

I'm a people watcher. I always have been, and I absolutely love it. You can learn so much about people by just sitting back and watching them, how they interact, their mannerisms, etc.



In a non-stalker way, thank you. I have no restraining orders... yet.



I took the kids to the pool last night, and while they enjoyed the pool fun, I sat on the sidelines with a book and relaxed. I quickly found that the book was a decoy for the people watching that was about to go down. There…

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Added by Morgan M on June 28, 2012 at 1:35pm — No Comments

My public restroom pet peeve

A pet peeve with public bathrooms!



OK it’s time to share one of my little pet peeves I have when it comes to public rest rooms. Other then finding a wet toilet seat when walking in (heard of wiping it down?!) I have a toilet paper pet peeve. My friend Terry at …

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Added by Tawna Richard on August 25, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments

Pet Peeve Friday with Giveaway...Big Brothers

Last week's drawing for the Pet Peeve

Friday prize of Avon Oatmeal hand cream sample is Cindy Pfannenstiel.

Cindy, keep an eye on the mail...



This week's prize is a full-size Avon's Moisture Therapy Skin Bump Minimizer. Tell your

friends. All comments to this blog post are entered for the drawing!



Winner to be announced next Friday!



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Added by Susie Kline on April 16, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

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