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Children’s programming makes me doubt my own commitment to parenting.
Raising children is just like robbing banks - both have their rewards, but if you’re caught doing either, expect a commitment of twenty years to life.
Don’t forget that at the end of every parade lives a comic little man, with his drawn-on smile and oversized broom, busily cleaning up the shit.
“The tattoo on my leg says, “Each night Tansy would practice drowning”...the first line of my novel, in my handwriting…my way of making a commitment to the book before I sent it out into the world: (n)o matter what happens with it now, good or bad, it’s part of me.”
Walter began to hate the philodendron less than a week into their relationship, his stomach turning every time he was forced to endure the passive-aggressive behavior of the plant's yellowing leaves.
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