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18 Questions Parents Secretly Ask Themselves

By Ellen Seidman |

The mysteries of the universe are many:

How was Stonehenge built?

Is there extraterrestrial life?

What happened to Amelia Earhart?

Has nobody ever told Donald Trump he needs a better haircut?

And yet, the everyday head-scratchers that crop up once you become a parent can be every bit as perplexing as these biggies (and some days, even more so). Ever asked yourself any of these questions?

I don’t have the answers, but I can totally relate.

 

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18 questions parents secretly ask themselves

Just what exactly is the allure of Thomas the Tank?

Yeah, he's a train and kids love them some trains. Still, he and his pals have zero personality and the storylines are a yawn. Thomas becomes a transvestite: Now that would be awesome.

Photo credit: Flickr/Jim Capaldi

 

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7 thoughts on “18 Questions Parents Secretly Ask Themselves

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    so sure about that

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