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I don't mind coming to work, but that eight hour wait to go home is a bitch.

I don't mind coming to work, but that eight hour wait to go home is a bitch.

Too true. The only problem with composting is that once you start, you can't stop or stand when others don't...

Too true. The only problem with composting is that once you start, you can't stop or stand when others don't...

Hmmmmmm; one could say they drink lke their mothers:) hahaha.

Hmmmmmm; one could say they drink lke their mothers:) hahaha.

I'd shave my legs for you. It might not seem like much, but believe me it's a lot.

I'd shave my legs for you. It might not seem like much, but believe me it's a lot.

Karma takes too long. I'd rather beat the shit out of you now.

Karma takes too long. I'd rather beat the shit out of you now.

@Trudy B B Marshall  (I mean, not AT you, but we both know the people who we can direct this to.)

@Trudy B B Marshall (I mean, not AT you, but we both know the people who we can direct this to.)

Funny Congratulations Ecard: Congratulations on being one of the 'cool' kids in high school. Too bad about the rest of your life though.

Funny Congratulations Ecard: Congratulations on being one of the 'cool' kids in high school. Too bad about the rest of your life though.

This is so me!!!! Good thing my hubby knows how rare of a gem I am....lol

This is so me!!!! Good thing my hubby knows how rare of a gem I am....lol

The Vernacular of Privilege: "Those who come to school speaking standard English as their language of nurture are in fact really nothing more than lucky. They are the possessors of a privilege that is just as insidious and just as invisible to most of them as the advantage of their own whiteness is to many white students and the advantage of their social status is to many middle- and upper-class students. And it is in just as desperate need of critical inquiry."

The Vernacular of Privilege: "Those who come to school speaking standard English as their language of nurture are in fact really nothing more than lucky. They are the possessors of a privilege that is just as insidious and just as invisible to most of them as the advantage of their own whiteness is to many white students and the advantage of their social status is to many middle- and upper-class students. And it is in just as desperate need of critical inquiry."