I was looking up what date Thanksgiving fell on this year on an online calendar. At the bottom of the page it had some links to related articles. One of the articles was about the day after Thanksgiving and what people called it. Most people I know refer to it as Black Friday. This article said that there was a certain group of people that referred to it with a different color.
The article claimed that plumbers refer to the day after Thanksgiving as Brown Friday, because it’s their busiest day of the year for pipe and septic blockages.
I find that to be incredibly humorous.
Me: Baby E, why is there poop all over the toilet seat?
Baby E: I have diarrhea.
Me: Why didn’t you come get me or mommy?
Baby E: I don’t know.
Me: Next time tell one of us, honey.
Baby E: Why?
Me: Because now it’s dried onto the toilet seat and will be harder for Daddy to clean.
Baby E: Ohhhhhhhhhh….. ok.
It has been far too long since my last Movement Movement post, which is a crime. I believe in the Movement Movement. I believe that as a society we should get past the stigma associated with talking about bowel movements. It’s not a big deal. Everyone poops. We all have to deal with it. So, why is it that it’s not supposed to be brought up in polite conversation?
Besides, how are me and Miss Four Eyes supposed to take over the world without our movements?
This post will be about something that most, if not all, parents will understand.
Everywhere you go now, you will hear people talking about burping. They will talk about passing gas. It is now considered socially acceptable to talk about these bodily functions. I consider this progress, as it is important to talk about these things. After all, if you didn’t burp or fart, you’d explode from the gas build up.
There’s still something that is still considered inappropriate to talk about: