** It's too bad "Dexter" didn't have an alternative ending to make up for the super sucky one they showed us last Sunday night.

** I keep waving the white flag, but nobody seems to notice.

** When you look like HELL and go out in public, that's precisely when you'll see everybody you know.

** I REALLY needed to win the Powerball in order to buy all the cute Fall boots I want.

** The crockpot needs to come out of summer hibernation.

** Apparently, you have Gym homework in fifth grade.  (I know, WTF?, right?)

** If I already feel like an old lady with the creaky bones and joints, I can't wait to see what I feel like when I'm REALLY an old lady.

** Just because they're IN the shower doesn't mean that they're showering.

** Drying my crazy thick hair is more of a workout than working out.

** I'm jealous of the dog and all his napping.  Until I remember that he has to poop in the backyard.

** The whole world is actually NOT made up of idiots -- HALLELUJAH!

** 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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