Tuesday, August 22

5 comments:

Clear said...

Childcare isn't a verb. "I have to childcare my own kids." My spouse gets really upset with me when I use words that aren't verbs as verbs.

Mahogany said...

he he he. Agreed. (on verbs and, then also childcare seems like a synonym for babysitting, at least in terms of finding a job) How about, "I have the kids this afternoon."

Great picture secret!

Anonymous said...

Oh come on. You know I didn't mean that people should say "I have to childcare my kids". The point is that men shouldn't make it sound like they're doing some temporary task that is more of a favor to their spouse than anything else.

M, glad you like it. I enjoyed making it, let me vent some of my frustrations with the issue at hand. In that sense, creating a picture secret can be nicely therapeutic.

Salmon Ella said...

That would annoy me, too. My spouse just says, "I have Sardine for the afternoon."

Turquoise Stuff said...

I LOVE that name for your baby, Salmon!:-) And what your partner says is a really good approach.

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