Wednesday, April 6, 2011
BOOK TWO (8) Kinder Surprise, meltdowns, daytime TV
If a woman's 2 year-old starts to have a meltdown over being denied a chocolatey Kinder Surprise at the checkout counter, you will not easily find a decent housewife who'd regret supporting that mother by either momentarily distracting the 2 year-old, or giving the mother a "been there-- ignored that" wink.
But the kind of housewife who sneers at such a meltdown, and the possibility of her own (perhaps triggered by many issues, including discovering she's spent a day with baby snot on her sleeve)....should be stuck with daytime TV for company as a "reward".
"Taylor put the brakes on her burgeoning relationship with EJ when she learned what he really wanted. What was it? And after Victor put the brakes on a business deal of Brady's, Maggie thanked him. With a kiss. Fay learned something shocking, while Carly made an even more shocking decision. Flip through our photo gallery to find out what else is happening in Salem."
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Posted by Rubber Gloved Philosopher at 7:11 AM
Labels: daytime TV, Kinder Surprise, meltdowns
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