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** The shoe cubby in the foyer is the most logical place to store your jock cup.  Apparently.

** I've answered more questions than Google over the past several days.

** Snooki has confirmed her pregnancy.  I killed a mosquito in my kitchen.  These things are not related.  Or are they????

** This Chicago "winter" we're having is abso-freaking-lutely FABULOUS!!!

** You know it's gonna be a day full of awesome when there's doggy diarrhea in the dining room and pee in someone's bed.

** Canned dog food looks and smells a whole lot like vomit.  In a can.

** The fastest six hours in the day, hands down, take place when the kids are in school.

** Too few women in this world seem to realize how uncute fish lips really are.

** Evidently, we still aren't over this whole "talking on the phone" thing.

** Every movie theater should serve cocktails.

** No matter how many times it tries, Facebook is NEVER gonna get me to "like" Wild Turkey.

** Threats and bribery make my job just a tiny bit easier.

** If they mess it up as soon as I clean it up, I should probably just not even bother.

** 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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