How to Be a Dad

How to Be a Dad

KidzPoop – Bad Product Idea

Posted by on January 6th, 2020, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS, NOTEBOOK

So, this may actually be a good product idea if you’re looking to become a millionaire fast, but not so much in terms of overall parenting, and raising kids that aren’t embarrassments in society. Anymore than they already may be. If you have a little kid, and haven’t yet experienced them replacing words in song […]

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Expecto Harry Potter Land!

Posted by on December 13th, 2019, under NOTEBOOK

It was decided! We were off to Harry Potter world -ehem- I mean, Universal Studios Hollywood. My wife and I had visited through the years, but now we wanted to see Harry Po-… Um, share it with our son. Universal Studios provided my family with tickets, so it was only a matter of choosing WHEN. […]

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Protect Your Kids AND Yourself

Posted by on December 12th, 2019, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS, NOTEBOOK

Parents have to protect their kids from harm all the time, and, ironically, they also have to protect THEMSELVES from their kids. LEGO landmines, sick sneezes to the face, roundhouse kicks to the head. No joke, I have three friends that have had their noses broken from a bobble-headed toddler giving them a surprise head […]

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The Ripeness of Kids Clothes Described Like Wines

Posted by on August 29th, 2019, under NOTEBOOK

Kids live life at Volume 11 but often have their hygiene on mute, so the stink they can whip up is truly breathtaking. As in, plug your nose and hold your breath kind of breathtaking. Like wines, kids seem to ferment with age. Except there’s nothing “fine” about their Cabernet Soverygross or Pee-yoo Noir. Their […]

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Endgame Best Moments & GIVEAWAY

Posted by on August 20th, 2019, under NOTEBOOK

Celebrating the Blu-ray and Digital release of Avengers: Endgame, Disney has sponsored this post.     At the end of this post you’ll see details for winning an Infinity Gauntlet movie prop replica ($300 value) and, now available for purchase on Blu-ray and Digital, you’ll also win a copy of Avengers: Endgame! (Skip to it) […]

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Dogs vs Cats, 18 Funny Comics

Posted by on July 4th, 2019, under SNAPSHOTS

I once heard a joke that if you call a dog an a-hole, the owner will go off on you, but if you call a cat an a-hole its adoring owner will probably shrug and go “yeeeeaah.” Cats and dogs are obviously different, and we’ve all got our preferences, equal loves, allergies or dislikes. We’re […]

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Are Ads Reading Your Mind?

Posted by on June 21st, 2019, under NOTEBOOK

  Have your kids ever begged for something, or you saw a new product you wanted to try, and the next thing you know, you’re miraculously seeing ads for it everywhere??? It can kinda freak you out and make you wonder if your phone or home is bugged. You’re just idly scrolling through Facebook or […]

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Honey, I Shrunk the Race Track

Posted by on May 28th, 2019, under VIDEOTAPE

Most of the times when I played with miniature vehicles and action figures as a kid (and as an adult if we’re being honest), I’d be sort of above it all, like a looming god of make-believe, or at least like a third-person view in a video game. Sometimes, though, I got down there. Hugging […]

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Cute-to-Nope Chart for Bugs

Posted by on May 23rd, 2019, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

  I’ll admit that this isn’t necessarily “a little kid’s” chart, and that some of us adults still react to some bugs cartoonishly, levitating dramatically before sprinting away in a cloud of smoke, ready to set everything on fire. We all have to agree that some bugs are creepier than others, in our own opinions. […]

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Know-It-All Parenting Method

Posted by on May 6th, 2019, under NOTEBOOK

Unlike all other parenting styles, Know-It-All Parenting isn’t actually a method for raising children. It’s for educating other parents on how they’re doing it oh so WRONG. Amazingly all that’s required for Know-It-All Parenting is the ability to speak or type. Another singularly unique advantage is that you don’t need to have a child of […]

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