Dear Little Ceasar's Pizza,
I am writing to kindly request that you raise your prices. When I drive by your store and I see that "Hot, Fresh, Ready To Eat" sign, and then I remember I have a conveniently stashed coupon good for a large pizza for $3.99, I just can't resist. That hot cheesy goodness is making me fat. Please stop tempting me with your cheap deliciousness.
Is it normal for a toddler to say "no" when he really means yes, every single time? And is it also normal for a toddler to say "owie" when he is mad, annoyed, or hungry? Sometimes he says it when he's actually hurt, but we don't take him seriously anymore. Another thing-- should I be concerned about brain damage when he gets mad and turns into a big puddle of toddler goo and flops around on the floor like a beached fish? His head seems to take a lot of abuse when he doesn't get his way.
Mother of Mini Person with Attitude
I don't know if anyone has ever told you this before, but you're a bit of a tease. Flirting with us by sending sunshine and then giving us the cold shoulder with a bunch of snow the next day. That's no way to build a relationship. Let's try again tomorrow, k?
Cabin-Fevered in Idaho
Please stop being so dramatic and just send me a text when you need water. All this moping around, threatening to die is getting you no where.