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Husband Daycare Now Available at Hobby Lobby


Victorian Gentleman
U.S.—In a move to help oppressed husbands who are forced to walk around the craft store in a daze for hours as they lose all sense of time and space, Hobby Lobby has unveiled its new husband daycares at all of its U.S. stores.

babylonbee.com: Husband Daycare Now Available At All Hobby Lobby Locations


At the beginning of a woman's shopping trip to Hobby Lobby, she can check her husband into the daycare for up to three hours, as long as he's trained to put the toilet seat back down. She also has to sign a waiver that she's responsible for any spills or messes he makes, though most of the women are already used to that anyway.
The patented Hobby Lobby Husband Daycare is fully stocked with beer, pizza, video games, televisions, and even an old car to work on with a provided set of tools (though most men seem to stand there nodding and saying "yep" even though they don't know what's wrong with the car). The two to three hours their wives spend browsing wooden and metal decor will fly by as they knock out a game of Madden or watch a baseball game.

Upon the opening of the daycares, Hobby Lobby's sales increased fourfold, as husbands began begging their wives to spend as much time as they wanted in the craft store.

At publishing time, Hobby Lobby had announced that you can leave your husband in the daycare Saturday night, let him hang out there all day Sunday, and come back to pick him up Monday morning, further increasing demand for the feature.


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You do realize this is like an Onion article, correct?


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Yes sir that's why I put "satire" in the tags above the title :V
Oh, I missed that.

It would be pleasant if this was actually a thing that existed though.


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1. Hobby lobby sucks ass, go to Michaels.
2. Clearly whoever wrote this satire has not met tabletop wargamers.
3. Felt

Felt is nice.
Agreed, they should have mentioned tabletop games.


But I like walking through Hobby Lobby, they have some cool acrylic paints, polymeric clay, Bob Ross brushes and Duck Dynasty rubber stamps