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.
With his wife Tabby Lane, 29, gone on a rare girls night out, Dennis Lane, 31, was playing “sink the ducks” with his son in the tub when Jeremy, 13 months, paused to force out a messy, fibrous, shit.
I don’t know who decided to – or how they even did – increase the difficulty level of monkey bars, but holy fuck are those things hard.
I don’t want my parents to die just so I can host high school keg parties and blow their life insurance payouts on a Tesla and paintball. I want them to die so that I can become Batman.
Melanie Thrush, 32, has finally made her long awaited decision on which multi-level-marketing scam to commit to.
“I never saw an all-white penguin before. I thought he was cool looking.”
After 36 happy years in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, Donald and Gretchen Sandoval have sold their San Francisco home to purchase the state of Wyoming.
Owners of local vegan restaurant Kale ‘n Me Softly, Carl and Marianne Sturgis-Hemmingway are growing increasingly concerned that their 12 year old son Kalin is exhibiting gender-normative tendencies.
After a minor disagreement over dirty dishes in the sink turned into a deep-cutting screaming match regarding parental responsibilities and familial contributions in general, Ken Graves, 37, has been given The Silent Treatment.
Your stupid horse rides for free. But my beautiful wife costs money like she’s some goddam piece of checked baggage or some shit.
After what could’ve been roughly two relaxing episodes of The Ranch or some real quality time with his 4 year old daughter, local father of 3 Dean Schnatter was more than ecstatic after saving almost $2 in just under an hour