You know how I'm obsessed with First World Problems? Well, I watched this sketch on Saturday Night Live last weekend and I died from how awesome and funny it was.
For some reason, this time of year always makes me love First World
Problems more. I think it's because the holidays are coming and it's a
good reminder for me to stop being such an asshole and focus on what's
A lot of you have asked if we're going
to be doing a Holiday Helping Hooker project this year. The answer is
HELL YES. This year, we will try to be more organized and also to find
concrete ways that we can all get our kids involved. More details to
come in early November.
Here's the clip!
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