** Apparently, it's ALWAYS my fault.

** Bollywood dancing is actually pretty darn fun.

** Dogs apparently CAN eat a whole bunch of chocolate and not die.

** Turns out that I am not Super Woman.

** Ron Artest needs to seriously stop throwing shit fits if he wants to be called "Metta World Peace."

** I need a laundry-folding robot.

** Goatdog toenails + hardwood floors + 3 AM = a recipe for insomnia.

** My son's toilet should have a sign that reads "Use at Your Own Risk".

** School projects for third graders are really school projects for parents.

** I can evidently save money at the liquor store by just chugging the hand sanitizer in my purse.

** Guinea pigs eat their own poop.  It's nasty but true.

** Boogers do not make cute clothing accessories.

** Yesterday TOTALLY should've been the end of the week.

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

WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

 

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