A friend sent me this via Facebook - how life in the frat house is just like life with toddlers: http://www.suburbansnapshots.com/2010/06/10-reasons-having-toddler-is-like-being.html
I suggest that life with teens is also just like life in a frat house:
10. No one gets up on their own before noon.
9. Any food brought on the premises is immediately inhaled.
8. "Dressing up" means picking up a shirt, sniffing it, shrugging and putting it on. Add a pair of khakis and you're are set.
7. Sheets? Who needs sheets?
6. The TV is always on. Doesn't matter if anyone is in the house, let alone the room: the TV is always on.
5. "Can we get pizza?"
4. Any flat, horizontal service is "storage".
3. Socks are toxic. Leave 'em where they lie.
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