** It's kind of disturbing to hear your nine year old sing about having someone blow his whistle.  (Yeah, thanks, Flo Rida.)

** I'm beyond thankful I'm not married to a politician.

** Fun-size 3 Musketeers are downright dangerous.

** My ass is gonna beep when I back up if I don't amp up my workout routine again soon.

** Cake decorating with your kids is a whole lot more fun when it happens at somebody else's house.

** Sweetest Day is apparently tomorrow, and you know what that means.  Absolutely nothing at all.

** The Tooth Fairy's gonna have to turn to prostitution to pay for all the teeth these kids keep losing.

** I could really use some shots of Honey Boo Boo's Go-Go Juice.

** Or a dull moment or two.

** Finding a petrified banana peel in your son's room is not a very pleasant surprise.

** The back seat of my car looks like the aftermath of a raccoon party.

** Gravity can seriously suck it.

** Trying to trump last year's Halloween costume has completely exhausted my last brain cell.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.  (At least, I keep telling myself that anyway....)

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