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This is a Beyonce inspired post. Haha. I was listening to her song on the way home from work and one of the verses is
"If I were a boy
Even just for a day
I’d roll out of bed in the morning
And throw on what I wanted"
Then something about hanging out, drinking beer and chasing girls. Well, I'm not sure about all of it, but it got me to thinking about all the things I would/wouldn't do around my house if I were a boy. As follows is the SHORT list.

*I would never feel compelled to pick anything up off the floor unless asked.
*My meals would miraculously appear every night at 6pm.
*I could fart at will, without shame or embarrassment.
*A child's cry would not fall into an audible level for me to hear no matter how close.
*I would sleep without interruptions of any kind, including natural disasters or monsters under the bed.
*16+ weeks of Daddy Football Day, which are Sunday, Monday sometimes Thursday and Saturdays! It's required!
*Hair everywhere is a Good Thing!
*What do you mean the microwave isn't self cleaning?
*The almighty phrase of "I'm the Dad, that's why!" without any further discussion or concern for feelings.
AND
*That's not a fat gut, it's a tool shed!

Feel free to leave your "If I Were A Boy" comments!

Disclaimer to my hubby: I love ya, Mo. I'm just joking! Well kinda.

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Comment by Elizabeth on January 5, 2009 at 12:20pm
If I were a boy, I would have a mountain of dirty socks on my side of the bed!

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