Bad Moms Tweet With Love

By on November 23, 2010
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I spend waaaaaaay too much time on Twitter but truth be told, Twitter seems to be more my medium than does my personal blog. 140 spaces seems to suit me well and I’m not sure if it’s because I’m wee in stature and therefore correspondingly brief with words* or because I love a good challenge. [...]

Bad Moms Love Canadian Stuff

By on July 1, 2010
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We do, we really do love our Canadian stuff. My childhood (and probably yours) wouldn’t have been complete without the following Canadianisms to shape and influence our growing brains:

Oh Canada, The True North Strong And Bad

By on July 1, 2010
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Did you know that there are more people in the state of California than there are in the entire country of Canada? Did you know Canada is the biggest supplier of oil to the US? (And we don’t dump it into major bodies of water – take that BP.) Did you know Canada is to [...]

Bad Moms Love Bad Canadians

By on July 1, 2010
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Happy Canada Day, eh! Hey, I’m allowed to make fun of the way we speak because I am Canadian (you know I am). Wow. That first statement is rife with Canadiana that my foreign friends may not detect. Oh Canada, we are so into inside jokes. Anyway. Today is the day to celebrate mapletasticity, baconisim, [...]

Because Everybody Needs More Canada

By on April 19, 2010
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Oh, hey you guys! You should totally vote this up, and then come to North By Northeast to join the conversation. We'll bring beer. And this is Toronto, not Austin, so you don't have to worry about being eaten by hipsters. OUR hipsters are vegetarian and will only attack you if you smell like maple [...]

Bad Moms Are Loud, Proud, And Canadian. Some Of Them, Anyway

By on April 7, 2010
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We're pretty open about our Canadian-ness here at the Bad Moms Club. We don't regard the club as exclusively Canadian – bad mom-ness knows no borders – but still. We're Canadian, and we're proud, and we sometimes get a little tetchy when people forget that we're Canadian and/or just don't quite appreciate why we go [...]