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Monday Memes

Hello! How was your weekend? We had a great one. I will share more about it later in the week.

For now…I can’t even believe it, but it’s the last Monday of the month! That means I’m sharing some of my favorite memes that made me laugh this month.

Let’s get started:


Tough times, y’all!


Whyyyy does it feel like we are living on the surface of the sun? Say a prayer that our a/c hangs on!


Trying to do as a little as possible these last few weeks of summer.


Always the car keys …


Sounds like a good excuse for now…


“Bussin'” is definitely a popular word in our house right now.


I feel like my family is always in front of the silverware drawer or the trash can cabinet when I am cooking or trying to get dinner on the table.


Not really, but this does make me LOL!


Current diet plan:

(Not sure if it shows great restraint or laziness, but after I’ve brushed my teeth and completed my skin care routine, it’s a signal for me to stop eating…and go to bed)


Facts ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

โ€ฆand one more because I guess I need to laugh rather than cry about school starting back soon:

Tomorrow, I’m sharing the books I read this month. I was a busy reader, that’s for sure!

11 thoughts on “Monday Memes

  1. Yes to all of these memes! This is that weird part of summer where you know you need a routine again but you just can’t let go of that summer vibe of extreme laziness…arghhhh!!!
    And, you’re so hot that you just can’t care that much…I am convinced this is why hot climate cultures are so much more laid back.

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    1. Actually a friend’s daughter did a whole paper on “hot and cold cultures” and how “warm” cultures are never on time, not formal, more relaxed, etc. and “cold” cultures are more rigid and proper and rule-oriented. She said it had to do with conserving energy — in a cold culture where you have to produce energy you don’t want to waste it so someone being late or informal is considered “rude” whereas in “warm” cultures (such as central america) it’s more like “island time” and they move slower b/c of the heat and/or humidity. It was interesting to hear about all of her research. Being a transplanted “northerner” I just always use “I’m a Yankee” as an excuse when someone tells me to slow down or “be more patient” — ha!!

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      1. Ooooh – interesting topic for sure! It makes sense. My mom is a Yankee so I get that – from Chicago. My aunt talks a mile a minute. I have a neighbor from New York who is super intense. Lol! I love talking about cultures even within our own country.


  2. These were great and so relatable. On a serious note that NO ONE can make funny. . .I’m at about $10/bag at the grocery store :/. My family ONLY enters the kitchen when I am cooking so I can relate to that one!! Thanks for rounding these up to put some funny truth into my life this last Monday of July (I can’t believe it!!!)

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  3. Oh my gosh, #7 is my life!!! It feels like nobody EVER goes in the kitchen unless I’m trying to cook and there’s boiling water on the stove. Then all of a sudden the entire family needs in there at the same time haha! That last one is too funny!

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