The Uncle Walt’s Insider (Step) Moms Panel answers your real questions with their own totally reliable advice. [Lawyer-mandated disclaimer: do NOT rely on this advice. Our panel of experts may or may not be actual stepmoms, but they are definitely evil.]
“Dear (Step)Moms: Why have you been running nothing but Top Ten lists lately instead of your usual articles?” – Fawn Liebowitz, Wounded Deer, MA
Have we? Honestly, I don’t read them.
That explains so much, Walt.
Flawn, I don’t know what you think you’ve been reading, but Uncle Walt’s Insider has NOT been running only “Top Ten lists” lately. Two. That’s how many Top Ten lists we’ve run. Just two in the last month.
Okay, there have also been a couple of “Top 12” lists. And also some “Top 11” lists. Oh yeah, and one glorious “Top 14” list!
But there have only been two “Top 10” lists. Seriously, Flan, get your facts straight before writing us again.
Dear Fran, it’s summer break. Our kids are out of school. List articles take less time to write. And that one guy from Minnesota will still like each post on Facebook, so we’re not really losing any social media likes.
Just don’t go to Walt Disney World. There’s enough people there already without you.
Hi Finn. Thank you for writing the (Step)Moms Panel.
While it is true that I did hit a deer that time that I commandeered (comman-dear-ed?) a Disney bus at Fort Wilderness, the good news is that I had had a chance to slow down when the other deer ran out in front of me. Also, the wheels being set back behind the front door meant that it was just a hard shove out of the way. After the deer spun out into the brush, I did manage to stop pretty much next to it, and I watched it run off.
That didn’t stop one little twerp from shouting, “Oh, my gawd! You killed Bambi!” But it was not true; Bambi survived the situation.
So to accuse me of wounding a deer is hardly fair. I’ll have you know I’m quite incensed.
I remember that day well, Ub. You were tasked with getting dinner for the the team! I still get hungry every time I pass a dead squirrel on the road!
Pretty amazing what I did, right? A proper Roadkill Cafe is all about the skill of the chef.
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