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Mom, Dad, and the Kids on a Shopping Spree

When the kids are in the shopping cart
  They never stop once they start
Mommy, Daddy, I want these cookies
This candy, this cereal, this pizza, this --
  They're pros at it, they never were rookies 

When Dad goes shopping, if he's alone
  He revels in his 'Comfort Zone'
I'll get this for my breakfast, this for my lunch
This for my dinner, and lotsa snacks, a whole bunch...

But when Mom goes shopping all by herself
Her only thought as she passes each shelf
  Is what my husband likes, and how 'bout the kids
  ~ Never once considers her own needs, God forbid

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