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Things That Confuse And Disturb Me

  1. Billy Idol fans
  2. Why every tween star on the planet continues to take naked pics of themselves and act surprised when they get leaked
  3. Hockey player names (Miroslav Satan, Ollie Jokinen, Zdenek Blatny, Jaroslav Spacek)
  4. Creepy strangers who try to friend me on Facebook
  5. My daughter telling me she doesn’t care much for clothes shopping
  6. The electoral college
  7. That people are surprised every time a couple who met on The Bachelor breaks up
  8. The eating of tripe, haggis and “Rocky Mountain Oysters”
  9. That 3 chapters into “Charlotte’s Web”, Lily doesn’t want to read anymore cause it isn’t a good book
  10. That I enjoy showering in a place where I must wear shoes to avoid fungal infection simply because it is an uninterrupted, hot shower

How bout you?

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  1. (You have awesome graphics BTW. Where do you get them?!)

    And now to the topic at hand:

    1. My son’s determination in making eating his boogers the biggest source of protein in his diet.

    2. Why people care what Lindsay Lohan is doing at any given moment.

    3. Why leg warmers were ever in style.

    4. Why stupid people insist on driving in front of me.

    jubilees last blog post..Monday (A)Musings

  2. Why anyone reads people magazine or any other celebrity magazine…who cares what they do or think!!!!

  3. Caught an ad for the new season of “The Bachelor” last night. Apparently this really wonderful father is bringing his kid along to help pick out a new mommy. Am I the only one disturbed by that??
    I told my husband if I die I would come back and haunt him if he chose that dating route to find our kids a new mom. I even think Jesus would give me special permission to come back and kick his fanny for pulling a stunt like that!!
    Okay, my rant is over… thank’s for the fun post:)

    Tree Climbing Moms last blog post..The Simple Woman’s Daybook

  4. Very funny! A lot of those things confuse me too!

    Nancys last blog post..Our Pre-Holiday House Party

  5. I hear ya on the uninterrupted showers. Oh, how I long for one!

    Have a great day!

    Tweep: @notdiyheather

    Heather @ Not a DIY Lifes last blog post..Wordless Wednesday – Laundry Helper

  6. 1. Why they use the word “lethologica” to describe the state of not being able to remember the word you want. Seriously, who is going to remember that?

    2. Why people insist on saying “Where’s it AT”

    3. Brightly colored Crocs on otherwise sensible adults (sorry Jenny if you read this)

    Melanies last blog post..Anthony Edwards and ER

  7. I can’t get my daughter into Charlotte’s Web either. Sad! I’m going to try again, though.

    Beckys last blog post..Feats of Daring Do, and Also Shopping

  8. ha! when i joined the gym i told my husband that i wasn’t sure i would stick with the working out part but i was sure that i would at least take advantage of the fact that i could leave the kids in childcare long enough to go to the bathroom, take a hot shower and dry my hair all by myself!

    Natalies last blog post..Tell All Tuesday – Week 32

  9. Why my son is not hungry at dinner, then wants a snack 5 minutes after dinner is done…
    Why leggings under skirts and shorts came back in style…
    Why the New Kids On The Block are on a new tour…

    Esthers last blog post..The Gift of Life

  10. I’m pretty sure I haven’t asked you to be my friend on FB, but I’m not creepy! Promise!! ;)

    My personal fav at the moment:
    Why kids think using their shirt to wipe their runny nose isn’t gross, but chicken is.

    Andrea@Under Grace & Over Coffees last blog post..Just how much is an insane amount anyways?

  11. great post!

    Erin Gs last blog post..Fork, or ….?

  12. susan says:

    To make every vote in every state politically relevant and equal in presidential elections, support the National Popular Vote bill.

    The National Popular Vote bill would guarantee the Presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states (and DC). The bill would take effect only when enacted by states possessing a majority of the electoral votes (270 of 538). When the bill comes into effect, all the electoral votes from those states would be awarded to the presidential candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states (and DC).

    The bill is currently endorsed by 1,181 state legislators — 439 sponsors (in 47 states) and an additional 742 legislators who have cast recorded votes in favor of the bill.

    The National Popular Vote bill has been approved by 21 legislative chambers (one house in CO, AR, ME, NC, and WA, and two houses in MD, IL, HI, CA, MA, NJ, RI, and VT). It has been enacted into law in Hawaii, Illinois, New Jersey, and Maryland. These states have 50 (19%) of the 270 electoral votes needed to bring this legislation into effect.

    see http://www.NationalPopularVote.com

  13. Seriously? YOUR daughter doesn’t like to shop!? What is going ON here!

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