Wake Up Call #44

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It’s baaaaaaack!!!!!

Hello beautiful people! The Wake Up Call is officially back, and I don’t know about you, but I really missed it!

Before we jump in, I have just one quick thing to share:

One of my NaNo posts (I don’t remember which. Possibly the one where I was complaining.) was my 100th post on The Married Cat Lady!

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How exciting!

Raise your hand if you’ve read them all!

I kid, I kid. Butttt let me know in the comments which post has been your favorite!

Ok, ok, I know you’re excited. Let’s get to it, shall we?

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The other day at our Friendsgiving, I was twerking, and my friends were like, “Wow, you know how to actually do that!”

 


 

Whenever I get drunk, I watch my wedding video.

 


 

Friend A: Do you think this is a compliment: “Damn girl, you look like you eat a lot of cornbread…”?

Me: What?! No!

Friend B (A’s fiance): That’s not what I said. I said, “Damn girl you look great. Do you eat a lot of cornbread?”

*Blank stares*

…It’s a compliment. It means, like, your ass looks great.

Me: Just. No.

 


 

One time, I ate a whole bag of grapes, and then I couldn’t go to school.

 


 

And for the finale, this conversation between my sister, my husband, and me:

 

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Yep.

Have a great week everyone!!

P.S. Don’t forget to let me know which Married Cat Lady post has been your favorite! I’d love to know!

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11 thoughts on “Wake Up Call #44

  1. Congrats! I have to admit once I found your blog I read every post and it made my day – especially the Wake Up Calls. By the way, how come you call your parents Mutti and Vati, that sounds german to me (I am from Germany)?

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    • That’s amazing, thank you!! You just made my day! I think it is German-ish– I started calling them that back in middle school when I was reading these books by Louise Rennison (the first one is called Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging– the series is hilarious and I still reread them from time to time!), and the main character called her parents that. She takes German, so I think she made the nicknames based on Mutter & Vater. I liked it/ thought it was funny, and I started doing it and never really stopped. šŸ™‚

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