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Potty Training---And Using An Old Tire!


Yep. When you're potty training child has nowhere else to go....is this ethical? Hmmm.....
http://meanmommyuniversity.blogspot.com/2009/10/this-ones-for-road.html

Added by Camryn on October 13, 2009 at 7:43pm — No Comments

THINGS THAT WERE MEANT TO BE HATED



Other than sheer laziness, I have some good reasons why ironing is pointless.

#1-- Kids.

#2-- Excess fat rolls. My shirt is going to get sucked in-between my love handles like a black hole folding in on itself. It’s going to get wrinkled beyond repair anyway--so why bother?



Looking to cut corners? Me too. Cut the cord. To your iron, that is :)

You'll feel a sense of freedom. *Cue the Hallelujah… Continue

Added by Camryn on September 17, 2009 at 10:18pm — No Comments

Graveyard Nutcase



Once upon a time there lived a normal teenager...until we fast forward to the future and this teenager married and fully blossomed into a promising psycho the first night her husband left for his new job on a graveyard shift.



Okay—let’s cut to the chase. She panicked. She panicked like someone had tied her down and given her a bad perm, forcing her to wear a leotard and leg warmers before styling her hair into a side ponytail. But she… Continue

Added by Camryn on May 12, 2009 at 5:38pm — No Comments

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