Study: Plan To Make Mommy Great Again


By Maria McRobotface

WASHINGTON, DC—According to a study published Monday in the American Journal Of Sociology, the typical American woman is determined to be "greater than her mother." "Just look at her," said study co-author Dr. Sterling Evans, who has studied the issue for several years. "If you ever start a conversation with her, she will tell you that she thinks you're more like her mother than your mother ever was." According to the study, the average woman has three or four people in her life that are just like her mother.

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