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I have this problem of letting leftovers turn into hideous science experiments. I’ve thrown away perfectly good food storage containers rather than clean out the moldy food.
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My 4yr old woke me up in the middle of the night saying she had heard something downstairs. I really, really didn’t want to get up so I told her to check it out and let me know. She did. It was the furnace.
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Picked my nose an wiped it on the cat…..the tissue was 20ft in the bathroom an the cat was gonna clean itself anyway.
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I don’t fold or match my family’s socks. We just have a" sock basket" and you match your own as you need them.
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Bought new socks so I didn’t have to match the ones I already owned.
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This feels particularly appropriate with the single dad laughing health club… I was laying on the couch watching the biggest loser, spaying canned whipped cream into my mouth.
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I dress my kids in their school clothes for the next day to save time in the morning….. the last 500 mornings. Not kidding.
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Got a dog so we dont have to clean up all the food our son drops on the floor.
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Instead of properly cleaning my house for people coming over, got an empty Tupperware storage container and filled it with everything that was "out of place" on the first floor, stashed the Tupperware, and continued watching Supernatural on Netflix until my company came. When I say "everything" I mean coffee cups, shoes, laundry, receipts- EVERYTHING. Not my finest hour. Lol
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Move our bedroom TV within reach of the bed, so if I can’t be bothered to dig around the comforters for the remote control, I can just push the TV’s buttons with my foot.

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