October 23, 2017

Stay at Home Dad Finds Time to Integrate Sex Into His Schedule

How different are the priorities of mean and women sometimes? Very different. this is even the case in the recent example of a stay at home dad’s schedule. You would probably never find a stay at home mom try to integrate sex into her schedule, it would just have to happen if it happened.

This is not the case with this special stay at home dad. He purposely makes out a schedule and tries to integrate sex into it one way or another. I actually have to give this guy credit, at least he is taking care of what he needs to be taking care of. A man needs what a man needs sometimes, and sex with his wife is important, as it should be.

I actually find this quite interesting and funny. If there are any other stay at home dads out there, or if you simply need to make a schedule and integrate sex into it, then this is definitely a person you want to take notes from. Who cares if you have to leave the baby monitor on, or if you have to leave the door ajar a little to make sure the kids are okay? The point is, he makes an effort.

Check out his schedule and view the rest of the original article here. I am about to go integrate sex into my schedule!

“Bromance” and “Tweet” Are Apparently Good Enough for Merriam-Webster

Apparently the words “bromance” and “tweet” are good enough to be put into the newest version of the Merriam-Webster English Dictionary. Yes, that’s right. Both bromance and tweet have been added to the most respected english dictionary on the planet. Does anyone else think this is kind of funny?

I mean, I sit here typing this article, and my auto correct doesn’t even recognize these words, nor does it have any suggestions on word corrections. That aside, I guess Merriam-Webster has grown tired of getting upstaged by online giant Wikipedia, which allows just about any word/phrase to be posted and created.

Anyone have any guesses on what words will be put into Merriam-Webster next? We would love to hear some suggestion so go ahead and comment. Don’t forget to ¬†explain your word/phrase with a short definition. We look forward to it!