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“Mmmmoomm“, he whined “Daddy threw out our Easter eggs!”.
Huh? (panic) “WHY?”
“Cuz they were starting to stink”, replies Daddy (not even looking up from his newspaper). “You guys shoulda put them in the fridge”.
“MMMOOMMMM“, warbles a frustrated little voice. “Can we make more?”
*sigh* So guess what I am doing today? At least all the Easter stuff will be at least 50% off. And the little $$@@##!! stickers in the box? I am hoping the fact they are half price make them magically more sticky. Otherwise, there’s always Elmer’s Glue!
Housewife Savant says
I’m posting this way down here by the eggs hoping it’ll be a bit hidden, plus because the egg S.O.S. is dang funny.
(You have noreply email, but as soon as I read your comment I got the following idear…)
George Michael offered Chicken Soup for The Vegetarian’s Soul with “I Want Your Sex.”
Making us all excited like that…?
My Big Fat Super Super Obese Blog says
OMG, i would have let DAD have the second egg dying shift lol. Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂 I also have dreaded dying eggs every year, thank god mine is too old for that now.
Egg dying can bite me, because I refuse to do it again next year. Nobody told me that if you don’t use vinegar, the eggs won’t dye at all. That blow big time.
Hugs and Mocha,
thanks Pam! Your comments always make my day!
You are TOO funny! I hate dying eggs, too. And if it wasn’t for my darling next door neighbor my kids would NEVER have dyed an egg in their entire lives. Unfortunately, for my kids, we moved across the country when they were 9 and 6 and they never dyed another egg. Too bad! Your “masterpiece” made me laugh out loud. “Help me!” sums it up almost as well as “ARGGGHH!! I totally get it. I love your posts. You are awesome!