Archive - December, 2011

Monday Teeny Poll

Hello my dears, apologies for my absence last week.  Things got a little confusing for a bit, and then sickness hit both myself and my husband at the same time.

The overwhelming consensus was that the leopard-print polyester shirt intended for teens was a big bunch of fugly, with 53% disapproving.  Another 26% felt that it was criminal to charge that much for something that looks like a bargain-bin find at the Salvation Army.  Only a small 9% total felt it was fine, or could possibly look cute on someone less than 14 years old.

As the big holidays creep ever nearer, I want to know what you do in the kitchen.

A Wednesday Video Diversion

First Grade Problems Meme

Oh internets, you never fail to amuse.

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Monday Teeny Poll

Thanksgiving seems like such a long time ago, does it not?

It seems that almost all of you are in it for the stuffing, with 48% of the vote.  Dessert and alcohol tied at 14% (imagine that) and turkey came in with 11%.  Which is suprising because I don’t know all that many people who are crazy about turkey.  NOBODY voted for sweet potatoes, which boggles the mind. Your house must not feature the ones my sister makes.

Today I wish to ask your opinion of this rather highly rated shirt from a popular tween store called Justice.  I want to warn you that it is made of polyester.

Celebrity Dad Faceoff 2.0

Oh my.

As marvel pointed out, I do believe this was the first time in CDF history that the vote was unanimous.

Sorry, Vince Vaughn.  Maybe I should have chosen a picture of your younger, hotter self.  Or perhaps Pierce Brosnan is practically unbeatable.

We’ll see.

Sometimes I come across a celebrity dad and I smack my forehead in wonderment that I haven’t featured them yet.

And this next contender is one of them.  A successful soap opera actor in his own right, he is also known as the husband to Kelly Ripa.  Also, he is almost painfully handsome.

 

VERSUS

Kourtney Kardashian a More Successful Mommy Blogger Than I’ll Ever Be

I’ve made peace with the fact that I’m never going to rise to any Doocian levels of fame.

I just toil quietly here in my little corner of the blogosphere, riding the coattails of the boss, and simply hoping to brighten someone’s day, somewhere.

But then I found out that Kourtney Kardashian has a mommy blog.

Granted it’s a video blog, but it launched only a few days ago and already almost 3,000 people have fanned it on Facebook.

I’m not bitter or anything.

But I think I’ll retreat into the kitchen and drown myself in some spiked eggnog now.

 

 

 

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