I did not and would not ever be vain enough to spend 15 minutes in a department store dressing room looking for grey hairs. I mean, the lighting and huge mirrors are absolutely perfect for that, but I am not nearly that paranoid about grey hairs to stand there in a public building doing that. I color anyway, what does it matter.
I did not do a 'at home' eyebrow and lip wax only to end up getting wax in my nose. I certainly would not freak out about it and have to pull it off my nose hairs causing a huge sneezing attack. Said waxing did not leave small bumps all over my upper lip making me look like I have a disease. (Aren't you guys so glad you talked me out of at home bikini waxing? Could you imagine the NOT ME on that one!)
I did not create a meal out of of a tube of bread sticks, hot dogs and a block of Velveeta cheese because I was too lazy to go to the store for "actual" food. My kids did not like it (seriously, did NOT like it) but I did. I did not eat pretty much all of them.
I do not have a daughter that would ever say a negative word to her mother. No, she is perfect and would never scream "How could you be SOOOO bad at this," while I fix her hair. This girl knows the phrase, "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all." And she would not bust that out at 7 am causing me to LMAO. I would scold such behavior, not crack up at it. I would not have the last laugh, because she had to go in public with my awful hair do-ing skills.
I did not get my seat belt stuck in the lock because I accidentally clicked my coat in the lock with it and sit there for EVER trying to get unstuck from my car. Wondering just how do you get yourself out of a seat belt? No scissors, no knife... chew your way out? Armed with a cell phone do you call the police? Yell out the window for help? Go through a Starbucks drive-thru and ask for scissors???? What is the proper way to handle this? I don't think they teach this kind of survival training.