Shit I Found Saturdays is a weekly feature here at Mommy Wants Vodka, that’s more fun than a basket of kittens,  except that the Internet is mostly closed on Saturdays.

Whatever.

Who likes RULES anyway? 

So, let’s fuck that noise and get into cool shit we’ve found around the Internet and bring Saturday back.

It’s like bringing Sexy Back but awesomer.

Join in! We have donuts

(that’s a lie)

Shit I Did This Week:

I started THIS – a guide to more frugal living. Why? Because I’m moving out on my own at 32 years old and you can TOTALLY laugh at me as I try to make it work. Sometimes, you can also find deals (usually via email address) because PR people email me deals ALL THE TIME.

Shit I Read:

What SHOULD Happen When Parents Split? This post from my girl Al, was probably one of the most important things I’ve read. Al’s younger than me, so she has a different perspective, but she’s a beautiful writer and she makes me feel better about the who “D Word.”

To Have or Not Have Another: My girl Crys talks about the stress of deciding to have another kid while dealing with her son who has leukemia. Bring tissues.

Shit I Wrote:

I’m a Lifecoach!

Swan Song

Shit I Watched:

Shit I Want:

shit I found saturdays

Shit That’s Hysterical:

shit I found Saturdays(nice bridesmaid dress, honey)

Shit That’s Epic:

shit I found Saturdays

I aim to be that guy. Someday…(wistfully)

shit I found Saturdays-Via Aubrey

Shit Around My Blog:

Blogroll, yo. You want on it (if’n I’m on yours).

I do ads.

I’m on The Facebook.

And The Twitters.

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Now it’s YOUR turn, Pranksters?

What rad shit have you found this week?

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23 thoughts on “Shit I Found Saturdays

  1. Never heard of freecycle, just checked it out and love what it stands for, people coming together and helping one another. Thanks for sharing.

    When I read the Swan Song all I could think was how lucky your kids are to have such amazing parents and how great that you were able to experience the kind of love story that allowed you to write such a lovely piece.

  2. My dad was looking over my shoulder as i viewed The Sweatshirt. He’s right now on his own laptop, furiously googling in effort to find and purchase one for himself. Is it any mystery as to why I cannot even keep enough food down to weigh ninety pounds?

    Why do people become parents if they’re going to do such $h!t to their kids?

        1. Thanks for the sympathy, Amelia, however much an afterthought the impulse to offer it was. I’m almost (but not quite) accustomed by now to others’ amusement at my father’s social deviance.

  3. Girls purple boner. Heh heh.

    I think that sweatshirt is a public service. Now all the serial killers can buy that instead of creating their own. Creativity, people. It saves lives.

  4. My best frugalista move this week: Next week, I’m going to a birthday party where there will be people I haven’t seen in 10 – 12 years. In that time, my weight has gone up and my hair has gone grey. I’m sorta having an anxiety attack already and its a week away. BUT: Dropped into a resale shop near my house and found a knock-out dress in my perfect purple color! Makes me look really good and it cost: $12.50. How cool is that? I already have the perfect shoes and jewelry.
    Now with my new dress and a xanax I’m bound for a party.

  5. OMG, that sweatshirt. That was even worse than when you’ve just taken a giant bite of of the world’s best cheeseburger and the CSI goes to the autopsy scene. Where do you find this stuff?

    1. And the PTO ladies in Utah Valley thought I was such a slut with my (gasp)) SLEEVELESS pink satin prom dress that covered me solidly from the very tops of my underarms all the way to my toes. I SO wish I’d had this dress [in any color; I’m not demanding] to wear to that prom of inbred polygamous-union descendees.

  6. If that blue dress is a bridesmaid dress, I think I can guess what kind of bride it was, since every wedding I’ve stood in the bride says “Oh, I wanted to pick out a dress that you can wear AGAIN”

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