Christmas tree carried in and fully set up-- who said teenagers aren't useful? 😉
I'm for whatever kind of healthcare plan doesn't lead to me paying $283 for a *generic* epipen, with expensive insurance and the copay coupon.
Pure robbery. Or maybe not pure. A touch of entrapment and extortion since the other options are more expensive and the alternative is potentially risking my son's life.
Somehow we've avoided a fight or fortune the last couple years, but it looks like it's on again.
"What's your name? What's your sign? What's your birthday?" [lyrics]
Wait, what does sign mean?
What sign am I?
What?! I'M CANCER?!?!
Here we see a preteen boy (Eaticus Sweatera). He has retreated to his cave after battle. Snacks, socks, and the sound of YouTube is all that can be detected. Best to let him emerge when he's ready, so as not to disrupt the delicate balance of power.
Leftover rice pilaf
-things my 12yo ate together at 9:30 "brunch" while I was at work
"Do you think it's going to Bahrain tomorrow?"
"Kuwait a second, it's going to be sunny."
A little wordplay humor brought to you by Middle East map test studying.
"Ugh, I feel like I have too many eyelashes. They're too long and they stick to each other on the outside of my eye."
😒 Boy, sit down.
I'm so glad we got our son a cell phone so that I wouldn't have to wait till the afternoon to hear that the orange I put in his lunch was gross.
"Can you make me mozzarella sticks and ramen for dinner?"
Someone turned my 6th grader into a college slacker 🤣
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