Friday, October 2, 2009

#10 - Scrapbooking

Scrapbooking 101:
Step 1:Glue pictures of babies onto coloured pieces of paper. 
Step 2: Add sparkles, ribbons and buttons.
Step 3: Add more babies. Add more paper. Keep repeating.

Caution: Do not perform while under the influence of intelligent thought.

How this so called 'Social Activity' generates so much excitement among fully grown women I will never understand.
Maybe if women weren't so obsessed with commemorating the past, they might do something useful for the future.

The Wall Street Journal is projecting sales for the scrapbooking industry to hit $1.75 billion for 2009 alone - in the midst of the worst economic climate we've ever experienced.

In the 1960s, North American women made themselves useful by staying home to cook, clean and care for their children.
In the 1980s, women contributed to society by entering the workforce.
Nowadays, it seems a woman's time is best spent decimating entire forests over tea and biscuits. 

Tissue paper and felt pens belong in the Kindergarten classroom. They don't do anything useful with their time. That's the problem with women.

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