“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.'”
“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!'”
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.
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.
Perpetual-drought state resident, and idealistic mother of a six month old boy, Jazzy Vermillion, 41, is judging you for using disposable diapers on your baby.
In an attempt to give the household responsibilities a more equitable distribution, full-time working parents Mike and Elaine Thompson have decided to divvy up the chores so they’re both contributing