Hair to the rescue.

The economy sucks and stay at home moms are feeling even more pressure to save money and earn money if possible. The good news is, the solution has been right under our noses this whole time. Not only has it been under our noses, but it’s been under our armpits and panties the entire time. That’s right. Let’s go natural and stop shaving to improve our way of living.

Think of the savings just by not shaving. You can save money on:

  • shaving cream
  • razors
  • waxing
  • electricity (He won’t want the lights on much longer.)
  • going out (Bagging Big Foot may be a twisted fantasy in the bedroom, but he’s going to be keeping you indoors sweetheart.)



Think of other possibilities and further savings involved. Such as:

  • baby carrier (Pubic hair comes through a special “snatch patch” opening sewn into dresses.)
  • multi-purpose carrier (water bottles, groceries, coolers….Just make sure to use horse shampoo to strengthen and lengthen.)
  • dog leash
  • restraints/whips (Business or Pleasure)
  • bikini (This can be wrapped several ways for diversity.)

There are opportunities to start your own business. Check into:

  • towing business (Get some natural girls like you together to pull that car out of a ditch. NO expensive equipment or truck is needed.)
  • fetish business (Set up a website for all those freaks, who love their women hairy.)
  • dog walking business

Don’t think you can’t make a statement or show your beauty. Try:

  • forming dreadlocks
  • adding bows/ribbons
  • braiding
  • extensions (This could also add to your income earning potential.)
  • color it
  • perm it

Come on ladies. Start growing your hair out and create a new glorious life for yourself and your families. You won’t regret it until you realize, he’ll dump your ass if you don’t start shaving and then…..think positive thoughts ladies:


(another money-making venture if you play your cards right)

Cartoon: Isn’t that my baby?

First things first: Honey, I’m sorry I’m talking about you, but I couldn’t help it. It’s a genetic disorder when something is too good to pass up.

Okay……My hubby and I wanted to have another baby, then we decided no, because we are getting so freaking old and I don’t want Benjamin Button coming out of my womb. SO……the other night my husband was holding our son and saying (something like) how he couldn’t imagine if we didn’t have him and someone else was raising him. Well, I responded exactly with, “I don’t think it works like that.” I could see it in his eyes that he wanted to have more kids. When I asked him about it, he said something along the lines of us having all these kids we don’t even know yet and it bothers him that we might not have them.

Can I just say that the thought of us “having all these kids” scares the crap out of me! I can wrap my brain around one more child (we have four and we aren’t catholic). No offense to catholics. Some of my best friends are those people. Oh crap…that sounded bad. You know what I mean. Anyway…….but to say “these kids” implies way more than one. That is not going to happen. Someone would have to force feed me fertility drugs and then, I’m pretty sure I would have a law suit of some kind. I’d need one to get the money to raise those bastards……I mean lovely children.

Then…..I started to think (it happens). What if it did work something like that? What if we all had kids up there (or wherever if that bugs you), but keep in mind free will.