Another week of moments and musings.
*Public restrooms are full of learning opportunities, and most of them are lessons you'd rather not learn in a public restroom. (Tampons, anyone? Or floor tp? *gag*)
*People who tip their hairstylists get way better haircuts than those who don't.
*If your kid says "Nice outfit, Mom", you should probably rethink what you're wearing. Especially if your kid dresses like my kids!
*A lasso of truth sure would be nice! I'd like one for my birthday, please. It would go well with my mental theme song.
*Door-to-door salespeople are some of the most annoying people on the face of the Earth! They're like a chihuahua that doesn't like you-- the one you try to shoo it away politely, and in return it tries to bite you or pee on your leg.
*Ikea should issue leashes or tracking devices for your kids as you enter, and wine or valium for the parents as they leave. Sensory overload for EVERYONE! And I have never seen as many brain-dead bored men in one place, ever!
*It is STILL a bad idea to let my kids stay up 2 hours past their bedtime. Big surprise, I'm sure.
*When your child hands you something crunchy wrapped in a tissue, DO NOT LOOK INSIDE! You will almost always regret it.
*Easy Bake Oven-- making baked goods that taste like ass since 1963! You'd think after 40 years, something would have gotten better, but I attended Birdie's tea party this weekend and confirmed that this is not the case.
Until next time...