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The Fitnessista
February 28, 2012
4:50 pm
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The Ham Doctor
Feline Porklord
Meows: 3419
Snarking Since:
September 24, 2011

NinCali said

Kerfeltoe said

JudgeyMcJudgerson said

lipsluoatpon said
"It took me about 18 years of life to learn that quiche starts with a “q.” " —> is she really that f*cking stupid? No wonder why she hasn't secured a book deal.

DYING of lols.

No, she's super super smart. She took a graduate class in undergrad, REMEMBER!>??

I didn't know what a quiche was until I was 18, hah! But I had not seen or eaten them before that point and knew they started with a "Q." Goodness.

So it is NOT spelled "keesh"? Uh oh….

February 28, 2012
5:37 pm
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dep
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 281
Snarking Since:
February 4, 2012

I just came on here to post this question….oh a k? I still don't really get how you could think it would start with that. To not have come across it – she's not really a reader is she? How do you NOT come across something like that?

February 28, 2012
5:44 pm
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MeowMeowMeow
Cat
Meows: 38
Snarking Since:
November 12, 2011

echidna said

NinCali said

Kerfeltoe said

JudgeyMcJudgerson said

lipsluoatpon said
"It took me about 18 years of life to learn that quiche starts with a “q.” " —> is she really that f*cking stupid? No wonder why she hasn't secured a book deal.

DYING of lols.

No, she's super super smart. She took a graduate class in undergrad, REMEMBER!>??

I didn't know what a quiche was until I was 18, hah! But I had not seen or eaten them before that point and knew they started with a "Q." Goodness.

So it is NOT spelled "keesh"? Uh oh….

it took me half my life to figure that quiche was pronounced keesh and not 'qweesh'. Okay I'm hearing impaired.. but it is kind of embarrassing when you realise you have been saying it wrong all those years!

February 28, 2012
5:47 pm
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NoThanks

MeowMeowMeow said

echidna said

NinCali said

Kerfeltoe said

JudgeyMcJudgerson said

lipsluoatpon said
"It took me about 18 years of life to learn that quiche starts with a “q.” " —> is she really that f*cking stupid? No wonder why she hasn't secured a book deal.

DYING of lols.

No, she's super super smart. She took a graduate class in undergrad, REMEMBER!>??

I didn't know what a quiche was until I was 18, hah! But I had not seen or eaten them before that point and knew they started with a "Q." Goodness.

So it is NOT spelled "keesh"? Uh oh….

it took me half my life to figure that quiche was pronounced keesh and not 'qweesh'. Okay I'm hearing impaired.. but it is kind of embarrassing when you realise you have been saying it wrong all those years!

Don't feel bad… you'd slap me if you knew how long I said "kwin-oa" (quinoa) haha

February 28, 2012
8:34 pm
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Kerfeltoe
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Meows: 3270
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November 21, 2011

LOL at her "accomplishments" of the day. I'm not a mom so obviously my opinion doesn't count but her day is like a Saturday afternoon for me. Obviously without the breast feeding. My sister has a 2 year old and a baby on the way and she thought the list was hysterical.

February 28, 2012
8:37 pm
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Irene
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Meows: 1221
Snarking Since:
September 24, 2011

Kerfeltoe said

LOL at her "accomplishments" of the day. I'm not a mom so obviously my opinion doesn't count but her day is like a Saturday afternoon for me. Obviously without the breast feeding. My sister has a 2 year old and a baby on the way and she thought the list was hysterical.

And if you have time to make a list of the things you did and praise yourself for it, then you could have done more.

February 28, 2012
9:29 pm
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Rachael

Gina's response to a comment about her schedule: it’s intense, but you get used to it
Forgive me, as I have not slept in four nights thanks to new tooth coming in (which is not really a complaint so much as a fact, since I'm the one who chose to spawn), but when I think of "intense" days, I tend to visualize slightly more trying circumstances. Like, perhaps, the daily to-do roster of some of her husband's comrades still stationed overseas. Though honestly, pretty much any other living being's life is more challenging then Gina's.
Takw away your incredible support system, your ability to stay at home (or even work 3 days a week), your financial comfort, your bloody access to a gym…then tell me about intense.
I used to watch C-SPAN and the political circus to get myself riled up and energized. Now GOMI does it for me.

February 28, 2012
11:01 pm
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Busiest B***h who ever Busied
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Meows: 1069
Snarking Since:
November 10, 2011

Irene said

Kerfeltoe said

LOL at her "accomplishments" of the day. I'm not a mom so obviously my opinion doesn't count but her day is like a Saturday afternoon for me. Obviously without the breast feeding. My sister has a 2 year old and a baby on the way and she thought the list was hysterical.

And if you have time to make a list of the things you did and praise yourself for it, then you could have done more.

Her last sentence felt like she needs to prove to her husband that she was busy.

Yes Tom, we do need a maid! Look all I do in a day!
And my mom needs to come over every single day so I can workout.
Of course I spend time with our daughter, I bring her to the mall every day. Bonding time!

February 29, 2012
10:49 am
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realist
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 272
Snarking Since:
September 23, 2011

PriorSnarkGirl said

Irene said

Kerfeltoe said

LOL at her "accomplishments" of the day. I'm not a mom so obviously my opinion doesn't count but her day is like a Saturday afternoon for me. Obviously without the breast feeding. My sister has a 2 year old and a baby on the way and she thought the list was hysterical.

And if you have time to make a list of the things you did and praise yourself for it, then you could have done more.

Her last sentence felt like she needs to prove to her husband that she was busy.

Yes Tom, we do need a maid! Look all I do in a day!
And my mom needs to come over every single day so I can workout.
Of course I spend time with our daughter, I bring her to the mall every day. Bonding time!

Ugh, that last sentence killed me. If you need to do that, you have one of two situations: 1) your husband is a jackass and comes in the door and says "Looks like you two have had a pretty easy day!" or 2) you are not feeling fulfilled by your daily activities, so you're really just easing your own insecurity with your new schedule. Either way, sucks to be you!

February 29, 2012
10:59 am
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realist
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 272
Snarking Since:
September 23, 2011

Also, if she says the phrase "It was a _______________ kind of day/night" one more time, I'm going to scream.

February 29, 2012
11:35 am
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MarySunshine
Senior Hamcat
Meows: 675
Snarking Since:
September 24, 2011

Her posts, anymore, are just like a Mad-Libs. She can insert any random noun/verb/adjective into the generic post & poof- Gina has a new post for the bloggie.

February 29, 2012
11:46 am
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Vegan Chicken Nuggets
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1020
Snarking Since:
October 17, 2011

realist said

PriorSnarkGirl said

Irene said

Kerfeltoe said

LOL at her "accomplishments" of the day. I'm not a mom so obviously my opinion doesn't count but her day is like a Saturday afternoon for me. Obviously without the breast feeding. My sister has a 2 year old and a baby on the way and she thought the list was hysterical.

And if you have time to make a list of the things you did and praise yourself for it, then you could have done more.

Her last sentence felt like she needs to prove to her husband that she was busy.

Yes Tom, we do need a maid! Look all I do in a day!
And my mom needs to come over every single day so I can workout.
Of course I spend time with our daughter, I bring her to the mall every day. Bonding time!

Ugh, that last sentence killed me. If you need to do that, you have one of two situations: 1) your husband is a jackass and comes in the door and says "Looks like you two have had a pretty easy day!" or 2) you are not feeling fulfilled by your daily activities, so you're really just easing your own insecurity with your new schedule. Either way, sucks to be you!

I call #1… Pilot will probably try to be nice and be like, "Yes, yes, you had SUCH a hard day, honey. Let me come straight home from my demanding pilot job and cook and do everything for you so that you can do more workouts." In his head, he's thinking, "WTF." Princess indeed. If you didn't want your days to be like this, don't have a baby!

February 29, 2012
12:42 pm
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frumpymcf
Kitten
Meows: 4
Snarking Since:
October 13, 2011

New forum, time for my old reliable: Princess Sparkle Zumba Pony. For some reason she reminds me of the girls they would have on the old "My Little Pony" commercials (am aging myself).



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