Derby #40: Motherhood
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Thanks, Mom.

Thanks, Mom.
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CAMMS


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llo, this is SOOO my son!

TravelingKailey


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NICE!

wootvan


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Very good...nice balance of PB & J, too.

eHalcyon


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I hate sandwiches for this very reason. =)

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tallworm


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I am a crust man myself but this is awesome! gmv

afb264


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heh, it's the story of my life.

awesomepossum


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I'm a crust hater. GMV!

mgober


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This is a shirt that a mom would actually wear on mother's day! Hope you win!!

ansharp


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Looks more like a ketchup and mustard sandwich to me, but still a good idea.

AnGeLiCbOrIs


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That comma makes it "mom" saying thanks to someone else. Silly error.

bluefields


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AnGeLiCbOrIs wrote:That comma makes it "mom" saying thanks to someone else. Silly error.


Good comment there. However, this could be written with or without the comma. Google search the phrase and you will find both ways used interchangeably. Typically, no comma is used with an exclamation mark, ie "Thanks Mom!" But this version "Thanks, Mom" is just a shortened version of "Thanks to you, Mom." Without the comma you would have "Thanks to you Mom", a run-on.

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