After reading “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo, local mother of four boys, Janet Thurndon, 39, decided to get rid of all unnecessary furniture items in her home.
It’s been four months and all she can say is “quesadilla.” This is what an extra $250 a month gets us? We could literally live in Honduras for less than that.
“There she was. On top of a river boat in the green bikini she used to wear when we first started dating. A crowd chanting for her to ‘whip ’em out.'”
This dad has some interesting thoughts one why women trail behind men in the workplace.
“Like many American dads, we spend some time after my day at work, in the backyard, just kicking around a baseball.”
“There’s nothing more important in a relationship than a strong, sexual appetite for one another. Unfortunately my appetite is gone. I look at her and all I see is a corn cob.”
“They’re called a bounce house. Or I guess you could say moon bounce,” Dave corrected, reminding us all what hell must be like.
“If stay-at-home parents were paid what they’re worth, it would be more than four times the amount you’d be comfortable paying a nanny.”
“Dad told me to shut the door or we’d cool the whole neighborhood down,” Alex says. “I thought, ‘what a great idea!'”
My current modus operandi is just to change my shit-covered daughter on the table right there in the dining area.
After going 1-31 in their last two regular seasons, the Cleveland Browns have made off-season moves that, on paper, make them look like real contenders, but in reality haven’t changed the fact that they still remain the Cleveland Browns.