According to a new study, being a parent ISN'T a full-time job. (???) Here is a story specifically designed to fill all you PARENTS with RAGE. We've got the results of a new study that says being a parent really ISN'T a full-time job. It's a part-time job. Getting angry yet? The study found the average parent spends 28 hours and nine minutes per week taking care of their kids and family.
Here's The Breakdown . . .
Eight hours and 36 minutes entertaining the kids.
Four hours and 48 minutes cooking.
Three hours and 38 minutes doing chores.
And less than two hours each on the following things: Making beds, washing up, driving the kids to school and activities, helping with homework, running errands, and taking care of pets.
Parents aren't buying this, by the way. 92% of the parents surveyed said that having kids is ABSOLUTELY a full-time job.
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