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Mother’s Day falls this weekend in the States, and while we may not be celebrating here, the occasion's core values and sentiments still ring true around the world.


This is why we are in hysterics with laughter after watching this ‘Momma’s Page’ blogger share her gift shopping tips for a mother.


The video – which is as hilarious as it is apt – is one which you might want to keep on file, because it pretty much sums up how we feel when it comes to opening, ahem, disappointing presents.


When it comes to arts and crafts, this mum is all for it – when it comes from a young child; if you’re old enough to own your own car, you should probably avoid getting the glue and scissors out!


As for those mums who say they don’t want a gift, this is absolutely not true, as this mum explains so hilariously.


“Your mother spends 364 days a year with the family, living and breathing the family. On the 365th, do you know what your mother wants? Your mother wants 20 minutes alone in the bathroom, with the door locked, and no tragedies in the hallway, no screaming and hollering, no knocking on the door,” she insists.


Yes, that does sound like a PERFECT gift!


She goes on to save a very special tip for all those who even dream of purchasing cleaning equipment for the main woman in their lives – you had better get yourself a good pair of running shoes!


We dare you not to burst out laughing and nod in agreement with this!



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