Snow Day Fatigue

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  1. Come On – who needs snow – dad’s alcohol consumption equation is (children = number of children/ ratio adult to children x 100%) in other words for every one child more the alcohol consumption rises 100%. Or at least that is my experience so I think your graph shows great restraint – oh what time in the day does your graph reach it’s peak?

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  2. I am sorry to report that today will be another above average day here in the other side of the climate changed nation where temperatures are expected to peak in the mid 70’s all weekend. Perfect beach weather in February continues with no rain in sight. It’shard for us out here to even watch the news which only talks about blizzards and cold as we all walk around in shorts. Wanna buy our house? it’s for sale March 17th

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  3. All I can say is… I’m sorry. My husband just returned from Pittsburgh, and was complaining about how cold it was there. He asked me what the weather was like while he was gone and I said, “You know that scene in the movie Enchanted, at the beginning with the cartoon, when the birds were singing and the sun was shining and the bunnies were hopping around and the girl was singing? That’s what the weather was like here.
    Being cooped up with kids is never easy. I know you’ll get through it.

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  4. FYI – in case you’d like to publish these findings in a scientific journal, I have totally replicated your experiment and can back you up!

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  5. Look on the bright side, you’re alive at the right time. If you were living prior to the 1920s, you’re kids would almost always be with you. Women’s rights in the beginning was really about not having the kids 24/7 and access to mind-numbing agents–just like men. 😉

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