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Is It Wrong?

Time for another installment of "Is It Wrong?"

Is It Wrong... To keep signing your children up for after-school activities because you just want those extra minutes of no screaming?

Is It Wrong... To take your hungry kids to Costco so they'll gobble up the samples because you're too lazy to cook?

Is It Wrong... To offer food to the neighbor kids that you know they're allergic to so they'll stop coming over to your house every day?


*Not that I've done any of these things. Just wondering.

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23 comments:

  1. If those things are wrong, I don't want to be right...

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  2. Oooo, Ann, you are hilarious. Never thought of that last one but I'll keep it in mind. I awarded your blog too.

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  3. That last one is hysterical. I absolutely love it. Is it wrong? Well, wrong is relative. :)

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  4. No Ann..none of this is wrong! *of course I am speaking hypothetically also... never tried any of those things!

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  5. As long as its not a lethal allergy.... thats funny stuff!

    Hi from SITS.

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  6. Is it wrong that I think those ideas are great and I am storing them away to use later? lol

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  7. A mother is never wrong! Case closed! :)

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  8. LOL. You know 1 & 2 are totally acceptable. Number 3, well, not INTENTIONALLY ;)

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  9. Is it wrong to put in yet another DVD so you I keep working on the computer? Don't answer that, of course it is....

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  10. No. It's called "self-preservation"..."survival of the fittest" and all that stuff.

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  11. LOL...not wrong at all...esp the after school activities :)

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  12. Allergic to foods? Brilliant. Note to self, stock up on peanuts. And Epi pens just in case.

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  13. The last one is too funny! But wrong!

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  14. hahahaha!!! this is so hilarious!!!

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  15. That's so funny about Costco, I even managed to feed Jake lunch there the other day...samples of pasta with marinara & toast, what more could a 1 yr old want???

    And thanks for the tip, I've been wondering how to get rid of those pesky neighbor kids! :)

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  16. That's too funny! Good ideas ;) hah. jk.

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  17. I'd NEVER take my daughter to Costco just for the samples... Uh huh. never. (Can you tell I'm lying?)

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  18. I'd NEVER take my daughter to Costco just for the samples... Uh huh. never. (Can you tell I'm lying?)

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  19. Is it wrong that I love all of those ideas? ;)

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  20. Costco? NEVER! Sam's Club? Of course! The key is slowly trying to maneuver away from the old ladies who try and sell the food to you afterwards....I've heard....

    Just found you off of Hanging with Mrs. Cooper. Love the site. Can't wait to get in on one of your Girls' Night Out.

    My best, Lynn
    www.safebeauty.blogspot.com

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