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Mother's Day Don'ts

8 gestures that don't count as Mother’s Day gifts

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Eight gestures that don’t really count as Mother’s Day gifts:

8. Yelling “This one’s for you, mom!” before totally blowing a handrail grind.

7. A Cami Secret cleavage-cover with the note “Now no one has to see those. Blech.”

6. Or anything else from the “As Seen on TV” section at Walgreen’s.

5. Creating a “Lame Mom Crap” Netflix cue.

4. Dressing as her for a drag competition.

3. Dressing as her and losing a drag competition.

2. A complete credit report on dad’s new girlfriend.

1. Printing this out and sticking it on the refrigerator.

Twitter: @Bill_Frost

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