Is It Wrong?


Is it wrong to see a friend posed on Facebook in the most ginormous sunglasses you have ever seen and comment that "Willy Wonka called and he wants his glasses back"?

Is it wrong that I find it over the top high-larious when my two year old daughter says "fuck-ing dammit" with near perfect intonation when the dog runs off with her favorite froggie stuffed animal?

Is it wrong that sometimes I wish I were financially capable of having staff(not like i would refer to them as staff, just having people to do the things I don't feel like doing(which is a lot(but kids don't think that means you(but sometimes it does)))).

Is it wrong that my husband bribed me with a week of nightly massages for something he "wanted"? Is it wrong that I wholeheartedly accepted and am now on my 6th night of massages wondering what tricks I am going to have to pull out to keep this particular gravy train rolling?

Is it wrong that I have probably logged 10 hours on my phone playing Tetris?

Is it wrong that I sometimes fantasize about my kids leaving for college and already am encouraging them to have the "full experience" of going away to school?

Is it wrong when I do passive-aggressive things like dressing my potty-training two year old in a unnecessarily complicated outfit because I'm irritated that her pre-k teacher is letting her nap too long?

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10 comments:

Heather said... January 8, 2010 at 10:55 AM  

very funny!!! and no, it is not wrong :-)

puncturedbicycle said... January 8, 2010 at 3:50 PM  

That thing with the awkward potty-training outfit is genius. Is it sort of like that doll - the one that helps teach kids kids how to dress themselves - with buttons, zippers, snaps, laces, etc.?
I admire your initiative.

Heather said... January 8, 2010 at 8:41 PM  

No. It's normal. All of these things let us get through the day.

hastama├▒anabanana said... January 10, 2010 at 3:30 PM  

not wrong. you rock.

Sandi said... January 11, 2010 at 8:13 AM  

My daughter says "fuckin" all the time and I do find it funny. Although right now I am bribing her that if she doesn't say it for 2 weeks, she gets a toy.

I'm with you on the "going away experience.

Ah, the pre-school nap. My daughter used to nap for 2+ hours at her old school. I now have both kids in a school that doesn't do naps. She's in bed by 6:30 every nignt.

Rassles said... January 11, 2010 at 10:41 AM  

Okay, seriously, I love your way of stickin' it to the teacher. I think you're an effing genius.

A Free Man said... January 11, 2010 at 2:34 PM  

Yes. No. Yes. Yes. No. Yes. No.

;)

Arizaphale said... January 13, 2010 at 5:57 PM  

I am pretty sure giving him something he 'wants' again will sort out a few more massages for you???

Just wanted to say... said... January 17, 2010 at 2:01 PM  

wrong is the new right.

Bre said... February 18, 2010 at 8:56 AM  

I have the same problem of laughing when my children say not-so-kosher things. Actually, I think I may do all of the stuff you do on the list....

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