On a day trip with friends yesterday we pitched up on the edge of a massive thunderstorm in a place called Lewes, Delaware. In one shop we saw a range of the sorts of twee or sentimental sign some people might be tempted to hang in their house.

Then, one wooden carved sign grabbed my attention. Rather surprisingly, it read:

“Raising children is like being pecked to death by chickens”.

What sort of person would buy it? Where would they hang it? Why?

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