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13 Responses

  1. Carrie

    I love you. Really. A-freaking-men to all of the above.

    I’m bad enough at keeping myself and the dogs alive and out of jail. Plus I had NO idea it was wrong to drug your childs tea.

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  2. Timothy Sayles

    Dear funny person,

    You make me laugh. A lot. Thank you.

    The end.

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  3. Tammy R

    Amy, I love half quiet reading areas and half bars. Now THAT is my type of city! Add free taxis, and I’m there.

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  4. cj

    Dude, I mean Amy, I am with Carrie here. It is true love from the Hoombah to Kid Free Living. Funny as a mofo this post. Yeah, we’d miss the quiet too. Quiet reading spaces and bars, yet another Utopian scheme, but we could make it work, methinks. But my fave here is the Chuck E Cheese comment. we recently had one close near our studio. I nearly jumped outta the car so I could dance in the intersection and sing that Cool and the Gang tune.

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  5. Libby Rice

    Been reading this blog for awhile now as a fellow married-with-no-kids-er. LOVE your posts. Always right! Always funny! This one is perfect.

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  6. Brooke

    Thank you, Jesus aka Internet, for directing me to this fun lady! I make comments (like the Benadryl one) to my friends and they all think I’m some big meanie. Lol. Clearly I need new friends. Only certain people understand the Childfree passion we feel. Kinda like when I try to run errands before 130pm before school is out and then I cringe when I’m running late. Thanks for being so funny:)

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