I gather up 3,741 dvds from the floor, which have been used for an impromptu and unauthorized game of frisbee last night, and start snapping them back in the cases. I praise myself. See? This is going well! Look how much you're getting done while there are no interruptions! And I start to stack them into the DVD shelf. But gosh, That shelf is SO dusty. So, I grab a rag and the allergen free Pledge. Then wipe and shine that shelf until the dust at least resembles wood grain instead of mud. Then I decide that it would be so much easier to find a movie if they were alphabetized. So I do that. Then I look over, and that darn TV screen! It sprouts fingerprints like it's about to grow hands! Ew! Back to the cleaning cabinet for windex and a clean rag. Now the screen is all pretty and fingerprint free. But there is a headless baby doll between the TV and the entertainment center wall, and that's just sad. I think I saw the head in the boys' room, and I actually know where a needle and thread are today, so I stop everything to perform major surgery on a doll that is never used for anything but decapitation.
While in the boys' room, I notice that the equivalent of a 12 person set of dinnerware is residing
The next thing I know, my cell is having a seizure because the alarm is going off. It's time to pick up the twins from school! And you know.. I've been working hard. This is great! The fam will be so proud! Except... the only thing that's been picked up and put away? DVDs, and one baby doll. It has taken me 2 hours and 12 minutes to put away movies and pick up a doll.
Based on the evidence presented here, I think you'll agree that house work does indeed cause ADD. Save yourself while you still can! Happy Friday, everyone!
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