After months of anticipation, the eagerly awaited weekend was upon me. #HomeHer, 2010! While others lucky bitches foolishly spent hundreds of dollars to jet off to New York city for BlogHer & sit in stuffy banquet halls listening to fabulous mediocre droning talks, the rest of us had an incredible time hangin’ out in cyberspace tweeting our way through a weekend full of friendship & laughter. Instead of fancy hotel rooms, we enjoyed the comfort of our own homes. Instead of maid service, we enjoyed the familiarity of muttering expletives at our families as we ruined our delicate hands in yet another sinkful of dishes. Instead of room service, we enjoyed the whining & bitching of rug rats & yard apes our loving children as we slaved in the kitchen. Instead of dressing up, & hitting the town, we enjoyed slobbing around in our comfies without a stitch of makeup on our bloodshot, Twitter addicted eyes fresh, beautiful faces.

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