Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Rants



Your shoes go in the bins right next to the front door, not next to the bins.  How hard is it to bend over take that extra step!


Hang up your towel!!!!  Why must it live in a heap on the floor!!!


Who pulled my clean laundry out of the washing machine and left it on the floor????


Why is the word "floor" in every sentence I utter, when I'm talking to you guys???


Who left the lid up on the toilet seat????  I almost fell in!!!  And by the way . . . flush!!!  


Why are there dishes on every surface in the house??? Rinse your plates and put them in the dishwasher!!!  


Who left their drink in the back seat of the car???  The cup disintegrated and now there's a pile of soda in the cup holder!!!!


If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times . . . FLUSH!!!!  How hard it is to push that handle down after you zip up your pants!!


No, you can't have a ride to school!  It's at the end of our street!!!!!!!


Who consumed my entire 2 months supply of sugar free candy bars in one single day??  I'll know who it is when I discover who has severe diarrhea.  Since nobody flushes around here, it shouldn't be hard to figure out.


Who dropped gum wrappers on the floor???  The garbage can is like what .... 5 steps away???


Who left all the empty cereal boxes in the cupboard so it looks like we have plenty of cereal when we really have none????  How many times do I have to tell you throw the empty boxes away!


(I'm sad to report, this is me on a daily basis, ranting to the invisible children who live in my home.  Their names are "It Wasn't Me" and "She Did It")


Thanks for the suggestion Elizabeth. I feel better now that I got all that off my chest. 


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11 comments:

Trish said...

bummer about your sugar free candy :( darn those kids :)

Bethany @ Organic Enchilada said...

Ditto, plus - When will I get to stop telling them to shower daily, as though it was news to them that they shouldn't smell like butt. Please tell me the kids eventually develop a desire to be clean?

crystal b. said...

Bethany, those boys of yours will discover a tooth brush and deodorant as soon as they discover girls. Then you will yell "Stop showing 50 times a day!! My water bill is ridiculous!"

icalltheshot said...

Sheesh, I would have to think the missing candy would be the last straw. No? :)

Kristi said...

I totally hear you with the towels. they drop them on the floor right under the hooks. seriously. hang them on the hooks. and coats. everywhere. sheesh.

Angie said...

My life exactly. :)

Trina Curran said...

Haha! Oh, my goodness...the same children live at my house too, along with their dad!!! LOL!

Genevieve said...

(singing gospel-style) AaaaaaaMEN! AaaaaaaaMEN!

Marilyn said...

We live parallel lives. Ser.ious.ly

Jamie said...

Where did you put the hidden cameras in my house?

Dyana365 said...

You are soooo not alone! I echo these very sentiments every single day! What's worse, I have to bribe and beg for them to brush their teeth. I can't for the life of me understand how they haven't just fallen into a routine..we've been brushing since they had teeth! And don't get me started on the towels!!