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Some time ago I wrote about a certain type of housewife. More specifically the ones who expect their husbands to bring home the bacon while they sit at home and watch soap operas such as The Dumb and The Hopeless. The types who truly believe that no woman should ever have to fill out a W-4 and get a job, neva eva, eva neva. Normally I would link to the old post, but I’m using a MAC and I don’t understand what’s happening. I’m a PC and Windows 7 was my idea. Anyway, I was aware that another type of housewife existed, but I failed to acknowledge them properly. Them being the ones who actually work hard day after day. Some choose it while others fall into the role, unlike the ones who believe it is the natural order of things. The ones that make me happy I have a day job with a set schedule. Reason being, I punch out at 4:30pm daily. Them? There’s no such thing unless you count sleeping.
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Teach ’em While They are Young

Last Friday I was going to the gym with my cousin. Two women were about to walk out as we were about to walk in. Naturally I held the door open for them. I watched as the lead woman opted to go to the other door. She put her hand on it and then stopped. I was thinking I can’t believe she is going to ignore the fact that I’m holding the door for her. She looked at me, shifted directions and came to the door that I was holding, then again changed directions. Finally she made up her mind and chose my doorway. She smiled, laughed, looked me dead in the eyes and said “Thank you so much, oh my God I wasn’t sure, no one holds doors anymore. Thank you.” Her friend looked away and mumbled thanks to me.
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Is that what it looks like?

I don’t know why I put myself into these situations, but I was traumatized yet again the other week. I haven’t been to the Museum of Science since I was 12-years-old maybe. I have been wanting to check it out for while and last week I finally got the chance to. After watching the Dinosaurs 3D presentation I stumbled into the Birth exhibit. This would soon turn into the one the times in my life I wish never happened.
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