Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Hey, It's Okay Tuesday!

I got this idea from Glamour magazine. They have a section called Hey, It’s Okay and will list a bunch of things to be okay about. I think I’m going to do this every Tuesday now. You're welcome to join in! When I figure out the McLinky thingy I'll add that to my entry.

Hey, It's Okay....


To not want to be called “ma’am.” Ever.


To not allow your children to use Facebook until they are 13 like it states in the Facebook rules.


To think coffee flavored chocolates should ALWAYS BE LABELED so people who don’t like coffee don’t accidentally bite into one.


To not be able to take Bret Michaels from The Celebrity Apprentice seriously because you picture a tattooed chick wrapping her thighs around his waist from his Rock of Love show.


To laugh hysterically when your eight-year-old asks for a cell phone.


To think that Rielle Hunter was in poor taste doing the GQ interview. And what was UP with her sitting with those stuffed animals without any pants on?


To pretend you don’t speak English when a telemarketer calls.


To cheer at the end of Independence Day.

47 comments:

  1. I am so with you on the Facebook one.

    And I have to admit, I am sort of excited to see what Bret does on The Apprentice.

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  2. I'm with you on everyone of those except the coffee flavored chocolate one. Love those!!

    Is it okay to miss the Rock of Love show? Watching it makes me feel so normal and sane. You know, compared to the crazies on there anyway.

    Maam is for sure a four letter word. I still look around going "what? you mean me??"

    ♥Spot

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  3. I agree with you honey about the cell phone thing! I teach high school and sometimes don't even think they should have them! Kori xoxo

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  4. All I could think the whole time I was watching The Apprentice was, "That dork is wearing extensions!" LMAO

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  5. I'm with you on FB too. I have to admit a certain amount of sadness when I look at Bret Michaels. I used to drool over him!

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  6. Oh, don't knock Rielle, nothing says sexy like no pants and Dora the Explorer. Oh, wait a minute, never mind.

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  7. dude i saw her gq interview and i was baffled! that woman is nuts! and i'm sorry but that stuffed animal pic was CREEPY not sexy. yikes.

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  8. I don't like being called 'Sir' . . . That's my dad . . . LoL Also, when telemarketers call I pretend to be 12. :)

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  9. I don't like to be called "sir" either! It kind of distresses me in fact! My granddaughter at 13 was on facebook as a 17 year old Brazilian exchange student. That went over really well when the parents found out! LOL. I used to love Bret, but now he's pretty lame. (But I heard he said the same thing about me!)

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  10. HA HA! This made me laugh out loud!

    Good ones!

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  11. These are great! Thanks for the laugh.

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  12. I heard on some entertainment yesterday that she was "disgusted" with the pictures that ended up in GQ and "just going with the flow". Was she disgusted and just going with the flow when she slept with a married man? Just sayin'.

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  13. So happy to know I'm not the only one totally grossed out over the pantless with stuffed animals pic. It's like she's flaunting her situtation and whoring out her child.

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  14. I KNEW I couldn't be the only person who was creeped out by those photos! Who in their right mind thinks it's sexy to sit half naked next to stuffed animals?! Ick!

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  15. OK, I'm gonna have to check out GQ now.

    I pretend I'm not home when bill collectors call. Is that OK?

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  16. To lie to your friends when they ask "Do I do anything that annoys you?" or "Do you like my new shoes?"

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    Julie Gorman

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  17. To pretend you don’t speak English when a telemarketer calls. -Darn, wish I'd thought to do that before now!

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  18. Those are all totally ok with me!

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  19. I recall nearly busting someones chops the first time I was called ma'am....that's sucks!
    Get the McLinky going and I'll play along! :)

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  20. he's asking for a cell phone already!?!? WOW... Noah just asks for mine to play games. HA!

    I donno man, Bret Michaels, I was thinking about the same lines for Cindy because she asks like she has no clue what she signed on for!

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  21. What is it with the cell phones?? Brad (my 7 year old) wants one and his sister wants an IPOD touch.


    We will probably known as the meanest parents in the world because we say NO!

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  22. Love it! My FIL likes to mess with telemarketers.

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  23. Or to give the phone to your 4 year old when a telemarketer calls! :)

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  24. Quick question. Was it Rielle Hunter with no pants on or the stuffed animals? Just curious!

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  25. Amen to all, especially the Rielle issue! Good grief, woman, get a clue!

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  26. Is it OK to not know who Rielle Hunter is?
    Sounds like it.

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  27. I am trying to teach my toddler to say ma'am. Different strokes for different folks.

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  28. "To pretend you don't speak English when a telemarketer calls."

    LOL. When we had our land line phone we would have so much fun messing with telemarketers. When our phone would literally ring over 6 times a day from these solicitors we realized we could either make the situation humorous or hostile. Laughter is always the best medicine =)

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  29. I love messing with telemarketers! If you *do* speak English, the one word to throw in is "lawyers". They panic after that.

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  30. LOL! Thank heavens I can always count on a laugh when I come here. It keeps me sane.

    It's okay...

    ..to get a kajillion stupid form reject letters before someone finally realizes your potential.

    Just so you know. And trust me, I am far from being the only one here who is silently cursing all of those ignorant publishers and wishing we could band together and storm the doors for you. Cause you don't get 750 followers on your blog if you ain't a damn good writer.

    Where's the Amber fan club, anyway. Apparently I need to sign up. * :) *

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  31. I didn't even know you had to be 13 to be on Facebook! And now I'm thinking of all the not-yet-thirteen-year-olds I know who are on it! hmmmmm

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  32. Hey, I hope you don't mind but I tagged you for a blog photo game:

    http://collegewitchexperiences.blogspot.com/2010/03/photo-game.html

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  33. Hey I also gave you an award:

    http://collegewitchexperiences.blogspot.com/2010/03/and-another-award-lol.html

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  34. I love to cheer at the end of those movies.

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  35. I dont even think my 13 year old will have FB! Or a cell phone! Still have 5 years before I get there but I dont see it happening

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  36. i don't like being called maam :)

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  37. So I'm gonna follow in your foot steps and do "Hey, Its okay Wednesday" hope that's ok with u ;) I'll be sure to link everyone back to ur blog though! This is sucha fun idea! And the whole FB thing ... Blows my freakin mind wen kids like 8 year olds have fb!! I'm like when I was 8 all i wanted to do was play not get stalked by 42 year old pedofiles lol.

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  38. Never move to the South.

    You will be ma'amed within an inch of your life.

    They would ma'am Natalie, too.

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  39. It's ok to eat chocolate cake for breakfast on your birthday.

    I ate potato chips for lunch today and no dinner so far, that's probably not ok.

    Shelly at Tropical Mum

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  40. Totally with you on the first 3! I hate "ma'am!"

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  41. This list is gonna be endless!

    :)

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  42. Don't mind Ma'am so much, but a teenager called me a "grown up" once... I think I ran away screaming with my fingers in my ears.

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  43. I always leave a bigger tip if the waiter calls me "Miss" instead of Ma'am. I don't care that he's lying through his teeth. It's just a matter of principle.

    I totally agree on the coffee flavored chocolate. I am NOT a fan of coffee. Why ruin a perfectly good piece of chocolate by adding coffee?

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  44. , I am sort of excited to see what Bret does on The Apprentice.
    free internet jobs

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  45. Ohh! I love Glamour. And I hate being called Maam. Ugh. Its like screaming "hey! You! Old lady!"!!

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