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The nice thing about having THREE food babies?
You stop caring about shit, and you're only interested in finding the Tums.
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Since ours was a destination wedding and we had guests coming from different parts of the country, the Husband and I set up a little wedding web site at the Knot (d00d, it was easy and free). It has a sister site and publication called [the nest] (dear god, it really has brackets in its title) which is all about newlyweds and married life.

The Husband and I are a few months short of our first year anniversary, and a free copy of [the nest] found its way into our mailbox.

It only seemed to ultimately cover three things: buying real estate, birth control, and how to conceive. It also had a cutesy article about going into business with your spouse. It amused me because in all of the profiles, both the marriages and the businesses were less than 3 years old. Its only redeeming quality was an unamused dog that was in the background of most of the pictures in the home decor pictorial.

Never has a magazine made me want to slit my wrists so badly. Whatever lifestyle this magazine is pushing, it is full of DO NOT WANT.

I fully admit that I am a former subscriber of Cosmopolitan, Lucky and Glamour. Kitsch is always high on my priority list. There are times when each of these publications hit "awesomely bad" levels, and they are always unintentionally hilarious. However, [the nest] just makes me want to cry and drink.
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I thought The Daily Mail was my friend. It told me stories of fat dormouses, ducklings being raised in a teacup and orphaned baby animals that adopted odd things as their new mother.

And now the Daily Mail has broken my heart with this new development:
Drinking wine damages the brain more than beer or spirits, scientists claim. They say it particularly affects the hippocampus, the part of the brain associated with memory and spatial awareness, and one of the first areas to be affected by Alzheimer's disease. It could explain why millions forget what they are doing mid-task, or arrive in a room only to forget why they went there in the first place.

Fuck that. I'm going back to my old diet.continue for LULZ )


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