I was recently surprised to find a copy of this magazine in my mailbox. I didn't subscribe to it. I've never been a subscriber. I remember Redbook as kind of cousin to Better Homes & Gardens and Ladies Home Journal. Sort of middle of the road, not too controversial.
But now I don't think Redbook knows quite who they are. Their focus is a little scattered—part Cosmo, part Parenting, but definitely not AARP!
So, how did I manage to get on their mailing list? I'm 69 years old for God's sake.
Here's some reasons why Redbook shouldn't be sending me a free magazine:
I no longer worry about cellulite. It's kinda late for a bump free booty.
Nothing all that crazy happens to me in bed
This might be a national scandal, but no man could actually force me to get pregnant. Let him try!!
The Kardashians don't thrill me - they make me sick
I would look really silly in these under $50.00 fashions
The only bra maneuver I need is one that comes with a crane
The last time my kid asked for a sippy was in 1977.
I can't image why I would need vaginal rejuvenation, maybe just general rejuvenation.
I don't mind getting Redbook as long as it's free. But I'm going to be really angry if they start billing me. Anyone know how I can stop this magazine?