Mom Hilariously Explains Why You Shouldn’t Complain About the School Supply Shopping List – #BuyTheYellowBinder

This is mildly inappropriate.  (If you are watching this at work, or with small children nearby, you might want to turn down the volume.)

Okay, now that the warning is out of the way, let me introduce you to Dena Blizzard.  Her website describes her like this:

As a former Miss New Jersey, comedian, and mother of three who recently starred Off Broadway in her one-woman show “One Funny Mother”, a hilarious multimedia theater show about motherhood. Dena’s recent viral video “Chardonnay Go”, seen over 23 million times, is now a hilarious board game called “Chardonnay Go, The Board Game for Wine Lovers, Moms and Other Shameless People.” Additionally, Dena is a corporate host, has been featured in the NY Times, co-hosted with Anderson Cooper and has performed at Catch a Rising Star, The Comedy Stop at the Tropicana, Gotham Comedy Club and The Laugh Factory. She has also served as the preliminary host and on air correspondent for the Miss America Pageant on ABC. When she’s not working on TV, she is writing/producing content for her web series, where she makes inappropriate videos about parenting that are sure to put her kids in therapy.

She goes by the name “One Funny Mother,” and a recent bit she did about going back to school is just hilarious. She goes to Target with her back-to-school list and absolutely goes to town on parents who complain about teachers asking them to buy items like Kleenex.

Watch her amazing rant below:

Can I get an amen?  If you have a teacher in your life, please consider sharing this with him or her!

Now, go hug a teacher.

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One response to “Mom Hilariously Explains Why You Shouldn’t Complain About the School Supply Shopping List – #BuyTheYellowBinder”

  1. I gave birth to my only child, a son, one month before I turned age thirty-four. I did not want my son in the lower priced Target brand of diapers. I wanted him to poop in pampers!.When it was time for him to start kindergarten, I received my first school supply list. I painstakingly purchased his supplies to the specific directive of the teacher. I even wrote his name on his crayons. It broke my heart when I picked him up from school the first day. When I asked him about his supplies he told that the teacher put all of the crayons in a large container.