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** I've seen no less than 14,789 people dump ice over their heads throughout the past few days.

** Being the adult is often times way harder than being the kid.

** It may very well STILL be forgotten even if it's written down.

** 99% of the shows on Cartoon Network were clearly written by people with the "munchies".

** My patience seems to have run off with my sanity.

** Contrary to my children's beliefs, I cannot produce food and beverages out of thin air.

** Starbucks peach green tea lemonade had me at hello.

** Why there's a "g" at the beginning of the word "gnat" is truly beyond me.

** You know you're in trouble when your daughter wants a pet pig.

** Yep, I still heart Jake Ryan after all these years.  (*swoon*)

** Unfortunately for some of us, stupidity is NOT an accessory.

** Somewhere there's a tub of Calgon waiting to take me away.  I just know it.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.


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