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Kids’ Reactions to Museums

Posted by on April 28th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

It’s not that kids don’t appreciate art and museums, it’s that they do it in a much… “different” way than most grown ups. Let’s look at a collection of kids’ various reactions…   Sometimes it’s funny.   Sometimes it’s delicious.   Sometimes it’s inspirational.   Sometimes it’s scary. video source   Sometimes it’s ironic.   […]

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The Frequency of Saying “Poop” (Graphed)

Posted by on April 26th, 2016, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

  We all know what our top words and phrases are, the ones that would make us filthy stinking rich “if I had a dollar for every time I’ve said… ” You’ll find your vacubalury and speech change direction dramatically once you become the proud owner of your very own, brand new little human. After […]

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5 Frustrating Kid’s Bed Allergies

Posted by on April 22nd, 2016, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

This post is sponsored by Tempur Sealy, but all the crazy talk here is mine, to spread the word about Cocoon by Sealy’s unique frustration-reducing mattress solution.   Sure, these may not be “real” allergies, classified by “real” doctors. But, MAN, kids sure do make it seem like they are. Kids actually are great with […]

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My Wife Just Said… #261

Posted by on April 18th, 2016, under "MY WIFE JUST SAID..."

She was right. Our son was in his room “playing” with action figures on the dog. The poor fluffy pooch was sitting there patiently but looked up with “save me” eyes. I extracted him with a finger wag to my son. ​There’s an ability parents gain, deciphering the sounds and cries their babies and kids […]

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Operation: Keep the Kids Alive (5 Comics)

Posted by on April 14th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

You think it’d be easy, right? That whole “keeping your kids alive and well” thing. All living things are supposed to have a survival instinct. Kids don’t pay much attention to the concept of “supposed to,” though. Things like electrical sockets, oven knobs, bathroom urinal cakes and rain dances in the nude seem vastly more […]

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The Birth of Seth Meyers, Dad

Posted by on April 11th, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

Hearing birth stories is always a treat. They can be harrowing experiences or hilarious 80s-movie style hijinks, but more often than not they’re from Mom’s point of view. And that’s totally understandable. Dads are support systems for what can only be described as one of the traumatic, intense, life-altering events a person can go through. […]

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The More You Know, Y’know (3 Comics)

Posted by on April 8th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Like some avid collector of deadly insects, a parent will wind up cataloging thousands of the little red flags they discover in the adventures of parenthood. All the things to watch out for with their kids, as well as all the dangers that come FROM them. So, here. Enjoy some bitter, knowing laughter from these […]

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If Kids Had Legal Documents (5 Joke Templates)

Posted by on April 6th, 2016, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS, SNAPSHOTS

The days of hocking a loogie into a palm to “shake on it” are long gone. In our complex world, kids need to lawyer-up big time. To put it very mildly, kids are little word-breaking, lying sacks of… youth. I’ve created these document templates for children (and childish adults) so they can conduct their childhood […]

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The Turkey Whisperer

Posted by on April 5th, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

My kids have an unrelenting desire to see, handle and chat with animals. Call it an obsession or just veterinarians in training, these kids have been brainwashed by talking animals to the point that they think they have some kind of telepathic link to the animal kingdom. They believe it so much, I almost believe […]

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My Wife Just Called for Help… #259

Posted by on April 4th, 2016, under "MY WIFE JUST SAID..."

“HONEY! I need your help! … M-my bra is hooked onto my earring!” –Elizabeth   I ran into the room just as she was finishing the last sentence, and I actually tilted my head as I tried to figure out what I was seeing. She stood frozen in place with her arms up, her shirt […]

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