“Why is your perfume always anywhere but your room?”
“Yo no sé.”
“You need to sé.”
no, no perfume, but i think this illustrates my point
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And let this be a lesson to all of us that we need to sé where our stuff be. 😄
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The table is for candle, lamp, and dish. I’m okay with book, but for the love!
Ha ha – someone is busted. Great subject for #1lineweds. With our daughter, it was spoons. All the spoons would disappear.
Thanks! I’ve ordered additional teaspoons twice in the last five years. It’s tapered off. I don’t know how many times before that.
We still kid her about the spoons. And candy wrappers.
HAHA! Sissy was my candy wrapper girl!
How very François….
Psst, Espanol 😉
haha! In that case…How very foreign. 🙂
Yup. All three of mine lived like that. Dishes and things went in there and never came out.
My condolences. That’s my living room, Craig. 😦
Um… and what a lovely room it is.
When it’s TIDY 😛
Ha! I can relate!
Happy sad to us both 😉
Teen clutter? That is the Kudzo of family life.
Ah. Nice. A plant metaphor.
Reminds me of a friend of mine who could figure out where her daughter had been by the things that were out of place wherever she went.
HAH! That’s awesome!
🙂 Husbands can have this type of thing happen as well.
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Oof! Not mine, Janet. Thank tacos, not mine!
I have to plead guity to that; it was my old office filing system that followed me into retirement. 😉
I have to plead “no contest” to that, Janet; my only defense is it was my old office filing system that followed me into retirement. 😉
Hahahaha. Whenever the kids would say, “Where is my…” I’d always answer with “I don’t know, it’s YOURS! I know where MY things are.” Teens, gotta love em.
Think hubby might blame the clutter on me more than the teen! (And he might not be wrong…)
Y’ain’t livin here, Laura. It’s all good 😉
I remember those days. It is kind of funny now when I read your posts, but I didn’t find it that funny back then. 🙂
Yes ma’am. Roger that!
Felix’s room looks like a landfill. He has a penchant for cardboard boxes. I mean, WTF?
My condolences. In his teens, Bubba went through an earnest bottle collection phase. Glass bottles of any and all drinky sort. EV.ERY.WHERE.
I’m not going to say a word about the clutter because that’s how my computer area looks at times.
I love the title of your post. We bought our employees coffee mugs back in May for recognition and I wanted to put “Smells Like Team Spirit” on them. Unfortunately, the boss said no. I don’t think he has a sense of humor or a love of grunge music.
Your boss doesn’t know what’s up. Obvs.
You can be as messy as you like, Mary. It’s your castle 🙂
Smells Like Teen Clutter: it’s too funny. LOL
OH thank you! 😀
Lol, nothing like visual odors to explain your point! Made my hump day; thanks, Joey! 😊
Oh, thank you so much! 😀
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Yep! 2 of my 3 teens live that way. lol.
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