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Fifty Shades of Dumb: The Worst Mother’s Day Gifts On Earth

By Serge Bielanko |

Mother’s Day is nearly upon us again, time to consider what to get that most special of ladies in your life.

Now, sometimes you might end up buying gifts for TWO moms, since you have your ‘regular’ mom to remember as well as your ‘baby mama’, right?

Two very different women with two very different paths in life:  it can so get confusing and overwhelming trying to find that perfect present that says, “I really love you!”  But don’t worry, I’m not going to try and dip my toe in that pond, buddy. You’re the only one who knows the moms in your life the way you do, so any outside ideas for what to get them for a day as huge as Mother’s Day from the likes of me just seems ridiculous.

However, I believe I might still be of service to you.

How?

Well, check it out; I think I have stumbled upon a list of the things that actually exist in this world that no matter how dire or desperate your shopping situation becomes you must NEVER EVER purchase and give to any woman for Mother’s Day.

Never. Ever.

So sit back, amigo, and enjoy the comical fruits of my labor. You certainly won’t come away with any new ideas for gifts that will fly…but you will definitely see the ones to be avoided at all costs for the rest of your life.

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<i>Fifty Shades of Dumb</i>: The Worst Mother’s Day Gifts On Earth

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Serge Bielanko writes about fatherhood for Babble Dad and about marriage stuff for Babble Voices at He Said/She Said. His writing has appeared in Esquire and The Huffington Post, as well as on his personal blog, Thunder Pie. He lives with his wife and two kids in central Pennsylvania. Read bio and latest posts → Read Serge's latest posts →

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