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Do more than lift your feet.

by PollyMath on December 10, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Unless your mother, maid, or assistant follows you everywhere, open your eyes and lift a finger. An observant, intelligent person sees what needs to be done, and acts without having to be asked or told.

Bonus Six: Magic does not empty the dishwasher.

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