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** Judging from Beyonce, Manti T'eo, and Lance Armstrong, fake things apparently happen in threes.

** The media sure knows how to beat a news story to death.

** My ass is eternally grateful for the genius who invented seat heaters.

** Women supposedly look their ugliest at 3:30 PM on Wednesdays.

** The people who conducted that survey obviously never saw me at 8:00 AM on a Saturday.

** 5 Hour Energy is just a fancy name for speed.

** Like gravity, my memory continues to fail me.

** Asparagus = yes!  Asparagus pee = not so much.

** It is just downright CRUEL to sell Girl Scout cookies in January when people are trying to stick to a resolution!

** The costs of summer camp are gonna drive me to the poor house.  Or to prostitution.

** I  really wish I had more time to waste.

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

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

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Comment by Jennifer Marshall on January 28, 2013 at 12:51pm

Ha! Seems like we've all had one of those days at school drop off -- I had to unexpectedly walk my daughter into school one morning while wearing a white t-shirt with no bra. And it was raining. Good times.  :)

Comment by Penny Roach on January 28, 2013 at 12:30pm

Jennifer,

Your posts are always hilarious.  Hopefully, that survey taker is not at my son's school today.  I had an eye "incident" over the weekend which has necessitated my wearing my 15 year old glasses (they were even ugly back then) and as you know, it's VERY humid in the Chicago area and "doing" my hair seems like a moot point.

Always enjoy your posts!!

Penny at http://greenmomsandkids.wordpress.com

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