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Starlight

Kingfisher
Woman
Protestant
This woman needs to be dropped into a field to pick strawberries all summer, or Jordan Peterson comes to her house to tell her to make her bed and then he won't leave, he just follows her around talking about fairy tales and lobster hierarchies while eating all her food
She really is a real life example of why AWFLs are universally despised lol
 

Ah_Tibor

Pelican
Woman
Orthodox
She really is a real life example of why AWFLs are universally despised lol
They're fun to hate on; usually I try to have some sympathy for people who may have underlying depression or marriage problems but YOU ATE THE LAST PEACH as a personality flaw is pretty funny

Also I WISH my husband would eat the last peach, he always leaves the last piece of fruit until it goes bad or 1/4 of the tortilla chips or a tiny bit of iced tea in the container "I'll have it later" and it just takes up room
 
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Lithuanian Bear

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
They're fun to hate on; usually I try to have some sympathy for people who may have underlying depression or marriage problems but YOU ATE THE LAST PEACH as a personality flaw is pretty funny

Also I WISH my husband would eat the last peach, he always leaves the last piece of fruit until it goes bad or 1/4 of the tortilla chips or a tiny bit of iced tea in the container "I'll have it later" and it just takes up room
Yeah no problems here. I am the type to eat everything in the building. The problem is keeping the food in the house (especially the candy).
 

Starlight

Kingfisher
Woman
Protestant
They're fun to hate on; usually I try to have some sympathy for people who may have underlying depression or marriage problems but YOU ATE THE LAST PEACH as a personality flaw is pretty funny

Also I WISH my husband would eat the last peach, he always leaves the last piece of fruit until it goes bad or 1/4 of the tortilla chips or a tiny bit of iced tea in the container "I'll have it later" and it just takes up room
What makes this woman so insufferable, imo, is that she monetizes some of our feelings as moms when we’re most vulnerable. She has a whole brand line making money from her crummy low-effort “comics.” There were a few of her “comics” (like two) that actually resonated with me as a stay at home mom. The rest were just her whining, complaining, and being so unbelievably resentful, negative, and passive aggressive, and writing such awful (AWFL nyuk nyuk) things about her husband who turns out to be a pretty great guy to her irl (he must be a saint) and all she can do is complain about how horrible he is and how much she hates him and their kids on the internet. She’s so out of touch that she thinks moms who are overwhelmed by motherhood need more negativity.
 
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BasilSeal

Kingfisher
Catholic
Gold Member
I skimmed a dozen or so of her most recent comics. I found them very mean spirited, and unmanning. I wonder what her husband thinks about during the day as she spends (doubtless) hours crafting her next "hilarious" scathing rebuke of him. Depressing.
 
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BasilSeal

Kingfisher
Catholic
Gold Member
Just to illustrate one example from those I looked at.

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Ah yes, here we see a lazy husband who can't be bothered to carry more than one grocery bag from the car, #amirightladies?

Or, is it a man who just spent several hundred dollars on a week's worth of groceries, and doesn't appreciate having the contents crushed into oblivion by the time they get put away in the pantry, just to save a trip. He knows that making a number of trips to the car to do things correctly is not an example of peak laziness. His experience says that attempting to carry multiple bags at once is much more likely to result in one or more ripping, and it is always good to have a second hand to support the heavier or damaged bags from below, if needed. Having one hand free, he can unlock and open the door without having to set all his bags on the ground, or kick at the door or scream like a lunatic for the neighbors to hear, in the hopes someone will notice and let him in.

He is, after all, not a mindless pack mule and there are no awards or extra carrots given for most bags carried.
 
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Ah_Tibor

Pelican
Woman
Orthodox
What makes this woman so insufferable, imo, is that she monetizes some of our feelings as moms when we’re most vulnerable. She has a whole brand line making money from her crummy low-effort “comics.” There were a few of her “comics” (like two) that actually resonated with me as a stay at home mom. The rest were just her whining, complaining, and being so unbelievably resentful, negative, and passive aggressive, and writing such awful (AWFL nyuk nyuk) things about her husband who turns out to be a pretty great guy to her irl (he must be a saint) and all she can do is complain about how horrible he is and how much she hates him and their kids on the internet. She’s so out of touch that she thinks moms who are overwhelmed by motherhood need more negativity.

Yeah, there's an entire genre of "mom" memes that in real life could just be funny venting between friends but just comes across as crazy or mean-spirited, and I think it's actively discouraging younger women from having families or children. I know on my part when I was in my late teens/early 20s "mommy bloggers" weirded me out. My sil keeps asking me questions like "well how much stuff do you REALLY need" or "is it like that, is it really like that" because everyone she knows is an extremely Type A mom, or "I LOVE MY KIDS BUT EVERY DAY IS AN UNENDING HELL"

Some of it does come from a real place, societal atomization hits mothers the hardest (as it was probably meant to). But whining doesn't get you anywhere haha
 

PineTreeFarmer

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox Inquirer
Just to illustrate one example from those I looked at.

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Ah yes, here we see a lazy husband who can't be bothered to carry more than one grocery bag from the car, #amirightladies?

Or, is it a man who just spent several hundred dollars on a week's worth of groceries, and doesn't appreciate having the contents crushed into oblivion by the time they get put away in the pantry, just to save a trip. He knows that making a number of trips to the car to do things correctly is not an example of peak laziness. His experience says that attempting to carry multiple bags at once is much more likely to result in one or more ripping, and it is always good to have a second hand to support the heavier or damaged bags from below, if needed. Having one hand free, he can unlock and open the door without having to set all his bags on the ground, or kick at the door or scream like a lunatic for the neighbors to hear, in the hopes someone will notice and let him in.

He is, after all, not a mindless pack mule and there are no awards or extra carrots given for most bags carried.
You're supposed to honk the horn and get the kids out of the house to help you. Grocery shopping is Saturday morning date!
 

PineTreeFarmer

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox Inquirer
You're supposed to honk the horn and get the kids out of the house to help you. Grocery shopping is Saturday morning date!
We are on food stamps. Low household overhead. We go to Farmers Markets where they double our EBT to support local farms with Wholesome Wave. If I had a farm I would buy in and get a great support team for my region to match the incentive through a non-profit! <3

Tax incentivization is a big thing that sounds so liberal, when it's definition agreeing with liberals for the wrong reasons.
 
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