Wordless Wednesday: Payback’s A Bitch Edition! (Courtesy of The Dad!)

Yep, turn about is fair play…& after much male bashing in Crazy Town of late, The Dad has, admittedly, taken it with grace & humour…for once! In doing so, however, he did have a request…to take part in Wordless Wednesday this week. Well, ya know, I’ve always tried to teach my kidlets that if you can dish it, you’d best be willing to suck it up & take it in return. And being an opinionated, judgemental beeyotch means I dish it plenty. Besides, my sick & twisted sense of humour is all about the people bashing, even if, occasionally, I’m the target of said bashing! I can also take comfort in the fact that any “shopping” slams just don’t apply to me, & any “driving” slams only recently apply to me as I slowly but surely go insane….just ask The Dad how many cars he’s smucked…I’ve only smucked one thanks! Regardless, this week’s Wordless Wednesday is brought to you by The Dad…’cause payback’s a bitch!

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