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All Blog Posts Tagged 'sarcasm' (6)

New Holiday Service Available!

In the true Tatted Mom style of last year's Holiday Position Now Available post, this year I am launching a new seasonal business, so spread the word.



Available for hire for the 2011 holiday season, with possible expansion after the first of the year~ Stick Removal R Us.





What is this new business, you ask? Yard maintenance? No! Trash business?…

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Added by Morgan M on November 29, 2011 at 10:54am — No Comments

Perfect Parents Should Not Give Advice

Why is it that people with such amazing children that never do anything wrong are the first to pipe up and give advice? Perfect parents should not give advice. It's just a fact. If I mention little man has a problem with tearing down wallpaper, don't go into a long ego parade about how your little Bobby never did anything of the sort and always knew right from wrong like some miniature genius. Why? Because voicing that kind of thought only means one of two things: either you're… Continue

Added by Kenda @ RemakingJuneCleaver.com on June 10, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Sarcasm's Not For Everyone: Featured Sarcastic Mom Blog Of The Week

It's Wednesday y'all! And you know what that means... It's Sarcastic Wednesdays here at the Wannabe WAHM blog and it's time to present to you this week's Featured Sarcastic Mom Blog of the Week.



And the lucky mom blogger this week is:



Barefoot Foodie



She just landed the 7th place for the Funniest Blogger Contest in the 2009 BlogLuxe Awards!168 blogs were nominated so you know she must be providing some good laughs. The competition was tough, our very own… Continue

Added by Nicole A. on July 8, 2009 at 1:45pm — No Comments

The Nerve! Fighting back against rude people everywhere!

The rudeness of people never ceases to amaze me. There you are . . . just going about your day-to-day life, when someone does something or says something just downright rude. The nerve! When this happens to me, I'm usually so stunned by their audacity that I cannot think of a reply until moments, even days later when I realize, after careful consideration of how this person affected my life, invaded my personal space, and (sometimes) even triggered a tear or two.



I was brought up to… Continue

Added by Angela McCoy on May 29, 2009 at 12:10am — No Comments

The ABCs of Me

A - Age: 37 going on dead





B - Bed size: not big enough, but apparently suited for a queen. I'm assuming that queen didn't have a cover-hogging, freight train-sounding husband, dogs who only sleep on Mom's side of the bed, or two small kids running into her room in the middle of the night because











is out to get them!







C - Chore you hate: How about I just list all the ones I don't hate? That would be a whole lot… Continue

Added by Angela McCoy on May 28, 2009 at 11:56pm — No Comments

Motherhood in Overdrive Part Deux

Continuation from yesterday's posting (see post immediately below this one): And Now . . . The Rest of the Story (RIP, Mr. Harvey)



I left the computer for (what was intended to be) a brief moment of comforting one of the twins while he was paying homage to the Great White Porcelin God. However, in the midst of rubbing his back and wiping his face as he hurled projectile masses of unknown constituents into the depths of clear blue waters, the phone rang. I let it go to voicemail,… Continue

Added by Angela McCoy on May 28, 2009 at 11:38pm — No Comments

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