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10 Christmas Comics from a Parent’s Perspective

Posted by on December 2nd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Let’s face it. Christmas is mostly for the kids. It certainly is if you judge it by the utter hell parents put themselves through to make it special for the little, giggling present-shakers. Let’s enjoy these 10 Fowl Language Comics by Brian Gordon for a cartooned view of some of the things parents go through. […]

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11 Comics & Charts That Tell Thanksgiving Like It Is

Posted by on November 22nd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time of reflection and appreciation. No really, I’m serious. It’s sometimes reeeeeally hard to remember that when you’re arguing with a relative, listening to Christmas music in traffic, or just stone cold comatose from overeating. What Thanksgiving winds up being is often a lot more entertaining to look at […]

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Parenterms: “Dysleftic”

Posted by on November 16th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

It’s sort of cringy-cute when they put their shoes on the wrong foot, right? Like, you know it’s not going to kill them but if you did it, you’d wish you were immediately dead if you did it. And there’s also that you’ve told them a hundred times part that sort of get the eye […]

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Brilliant Life Truths on Sticky Notes

Posted by on November 10th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Aside from having a pretty majestic beard, Chaz Hutton (Insta-Chaz), is apparently the world’s first sticky note lifestyle guru. With his pen and his genius he diagrams and charts out the truths and how-tos of adult life on a single yellow sticky note. Well, lots of them, but like… one at a time. Here’s a […]

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11 Darker Family Comics PART 2

Posted by on November 4th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Once you’ve heard enough of Elmo’s helium laughs or Winnie the Pooh’s festive giggles, parents can develop an appetite for some humor that’s a little more mature than Thomas the Tank Engine’s eyes rolling like cooky spinning tops. Let’s enjoy some cartoon characters saying things that we wouldn’t necessarily show our kids, but we won’t […]

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31 Marvel Heroes Grow Mustaches For Movember

Posted by on November 3rd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Eleven years ago, I lost my father to cancer. In just a three-year period I lost him and two of my grandparents to that coward with a capital C. About five years ago, I participated in my first Movember. For those that don’t know, Movember is a charity that devoted to raising funds and awareness […]

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The Fine Art of… Balloon Animals? (25 Pics)

Posted by on November 2nd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Not everyone has tried twisting rubber air sausages into balloon things, like a dog or a crown or a tangled “whatever you want it to be.” A lot of us that have tried, tend to fall back on the joke, “I can make whatever you want as long as it’s a sword or a snake! […]

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Dad Turns His Son’s Drawings Into Oddmazing Reality

Posted by on October 27th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

We parents have to go through an awful parental edition of Pictionary. You know, that high-stress guessing game that begins when your kid hands you a drawing they drawed just for you? “A chair! A cat? Um, a tractor? Is it a camel? Uhhhhh… a clown???” You either guess it right or get sternly corrected […]

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36 Mindsploding Costumes That’ll Make Others Look Like a Potato Sack

Posted by on October 21st, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

It’s not a competition. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any winners. Don’t sweat it, though. It doesn’t mean we’re worse parents if we don’t go full-Halloween on our costume game. We don’t all have the time or money or brain power. But these people most certainly do. Wow. We’re all winners when people […]

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Maximumble: Glasses Off

Posted by on October 14th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

  Life with kids can feel pretty blurry at times. It’s hard to see your way forward and a clear vision of the future can change rapidly. Sure, we can shut our eyes and fumble our way through the journey, but kids demand our attention. A lot. So we look outward, blazing a trail. We […]

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