We met at work about 6 years ago. I think we bonded over being in a committee together that both made us want to shoot ourselves. We just clicked. We think things are hilarious that most would either think were stupid, not funny or totally incomprehensible. Like yelling in the car as loud as we can in weird voices. Who does that? Oh yeah, 6 year olds.
We have a lot in common:
We both get this weird throat thing after drinking milkshakes, it’s probably called “lactose intolerance”, we both hate “Baby on Board” signs on cars…because…why? We both love to clean and discuss cleaning and buy each other cleaning products for Christmas, we both LOVE the “Sound of Music” and will randomly text each other song lyrics, “I am 17 going on 18….I’ll….Take care….of you…” Just to name a few things…
We’re just two peas in a very insane pod. A pod that not many people could survive in. There’s craziness that lives inside the pod is what I’m getting at.
In August 2013, we decided to take our gourmet brand of comedy on the road. And by “on the road” I mean, to a free blog hosting site. Our motto is, “We Find the Funny in Everything“…and we do. Whether it’s surviving a heart attack, not sleeping for 6 months straight and wanting to runaway from home to compulsive eating and drinking….we’ll talk about it all, why you ask? Because….why not?
In an article called, “My New Boss” (Click Here to Read) Chick E describes perfectly our symbiotic relationship built on trust and respect, this blog will really shed some light on our relationship.
(I wish there was a sarcasm font…)
(By the way, because of the content of “My New Boss”, Chick E had to publish an addendum to calm our worried followers called, “Thank You Concerned TFC Followers: AKA Our Parents”. (Find this one Here.)
We live in Maine and New Hampshire, have 2 kids, 2 step-kids, a dog, an alleged cat, a boyfriend, a husband, 2 houses, a red car, a white car, a whole lotta shoes, about 8,000 texts that go back and forth between the two of us daily and one of the best friendships that there can be. And now, a growing blog that we hope will turn into a “thing”.
Thanks for reading and getting to know us and listening to the insane things we have to say.