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Dadmissions Parental Propositions

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As we all get out to vote today, here is a list of propositions we can all rally behind. What propositions would YOU add to the Dadmissions Parental Prop list?

Prop 8 seeks to provide for a consistent eight hours of sleep each night while limiting the number of people in a parent's bed at any given time to just two... the parents.

Prop 14 seeks to give all TV remote controls to anyone with an xx chromosome in the house and would lock all televisions on Food TV, Lifetime, or Dancing With The Stars.

Prop 21, "the nervous dad measure," would make 21 the legal minimum age for driving, drinking and also dating. A special addendum would require parental chaperones on all dates prior to marriage.

Prop 25 seeks to make it mandatory for all children to eat only what is on THEIR plate and not what is on their parent's plate and only during a designated feeding time.

Prop 31 seeks to limit holiday toy advertising until the week before a specific holiday... No more Christmas ads before Halloween. Stop it.

Prop 62 seeks to cap the number of blades on any razor at 5. I mean, c'mon now. This measure also prevents any spouse from using someone else's razor without the express written consent of the owner.

Prop 73 would make it illegal for spouses to toss out old sweatpants, baseball cards, comic books, video games or anything else that is in their spouse's possession.

Prop 78 would make it illegal for children to intentionally misuse, abuse, vandalize, soil or otherwise dirty the backseat of a car which they did not entirely pay for.

Prop 82 seeks to limit the number of Sunday evening children's birthday parties and would make it illegal to hold such parties on Super Bowl Sunday, the Sunday of the Oscars or other major holidays.

Prop 87 seeks to limit the amount of body spray, cologne or deodorant a man is allowed to use in an area with limited ventilation unless hazards are clearly posted.

Prop 90 requires the makers of Glitter, Play-Doh, Legos and popsicles to come and personally clean up the mess THEIR products make in YOUR house.

Prop 92 seeks to limit the number of reality TV stars -- specifically those with the names Kardashian, Snooki and Honey Boo Boo -- and would make it illegal to appear on TV unless hazards are clearly posted.

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