Protected: Smiles For All

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Husband Daycare Center

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I was at a cafe in Tate Modern, London. There was an unusually high number of middle-aged men in this cafe. I found the answer when I was about to leave: A Husband Daycare! [ Read More ]

What Can You Do Better Than 90% of the Population? [VIDEO]

The Smiles For All Team read some answers to the ultimate question: What can you do better than 90% of the population? [ Read More ]

When Kids Talk, Adults Should Listen

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The other day my eight-year-old nephew and my brother passed by my apartment and decided to stay over for dinner. [ Read More ]

Sweet (and Sour) Potatoes

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For some reason, my twins love acting like they’re babies. Perhaps it’s because they have a six month baby brother or perhaps like most adults, we wish for the days when we were younger. Either way, they have become quite skilled. [ Read More ]

The Pranks of Kurt Braunohler [VIDEO]

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“I want to insert stupidity or absurdity into strangers’ lives because I think for a moment it can make the world a better place.” -Kurt Braunohler from his comedy album, How Do I Land? Philosophically, I am completely on board with the quote above from my favorite comedian, Kurt Braunohler. But I don’t know if … [ Read More ]

Problems Hear and There

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My wife and I, both a little hard of hearing, were watching golf on TV. [ Read More ]

Tweets We Like: Tater Tots, Beanie Babies, and Volunteer Firefighters

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Some more funny tweets to make you laugh today! [ Read More ]

You Came, You Saw, You Conquered… Sort Of

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One weekend, my husband and I were planning to move a section of fence to allow us to park a trailer. A lovely guava bush was partially in the way, and he promised he’d be careful when trimming it back. [ Read More ]

Tweets We Like: Love & Ice Cream

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Funny tweets to jumpstart your Tuesday! [ Read More ]

Keeping Up With Technology

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It’s not easy keeping up with technology. A few years ago I worked at a vocational school, teaching introductory computer skills. My students were mostly young adults looking to enter the workforce. But we also had a few retirees in the class as well. [ Read More ]