We All Need Traditions

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Carla René, Jan 5, 2011 - Fiction
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Each year for Mother's Day, my mum would ask dad to buy her an azalea with beautiful pink buds. And each year, he would buy it for her. And then 6-hours later, would mow it over with the lawn mower. Why they never got hobbies, I'll never know. But you'll definitely recognise your own family in this all-out comedy.

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I am a professional stand-up comedienne, stage/tv/film actor and published author.I write stuff. Some people think I'm funny.I am on an eternal mission to prove to my parents that they should've used birth control.I have two unruly, whiny, maniacal, co-dependent and I-swear-they-drop-acide-behind-my-back cats who treat me as if I'm the hired help.I want to meet the guy who designed the little plastic thingy inside women's wallets so I can smoosh his head into one.I ask for so little.

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