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Here's question #116. Late Day Edition...

by jl333 on November 2, 2016   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr

This question was taken from a radio show. According to a majority of people surveyed, they can't wait until their children leave to do this. What is it?
(By the way, now that I know the answer...the question is more so about the children leaving during the day...not moving out. The way is was asked, it could have meant when the children fly the coop. That's not the case...)


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